To help students find and foster their passions while developing leadership and life skills.
- Respect for diversity
- Organization well-being
- Effective communication
- Personal balance
- Drop-in Hours: Wednesdays, 3-5 pm. Peer Advisor Hours: Thursdays 7-9 pm and weekly calendar.
- Office Hours: 8 am - 5 pm (Mon-Fri) Phone: 723-2733. Location: Old Union, 206.
- Peer advisors are available on a drop-in and scheduled basis about 40 hours each week, including Thursdays 7-9 pm. See our calendar.
- They are experienced student leaders and excel with financial, banking and event planning advice.
- For specialized or complicated issues start with your assigned advisor, below.
Chris Mathy '16
About Chris: Chris is a junior majoring in Bioengineering. He's originally from Champaign, Illinois, but he likes the Bay Area in spite of its lack of corn and soybeans. He was a bass/beatboxer for the Stanford Harmonics during his first two years at Stanford, and now spends his time with SAL, the ASSU Exec funding team, and his laboratory research. He loves playing the guitar, camping, and talking all things NBA.
Lauren Miller '15
About Lauren: Lauren is a senior from Chicago majoring in history and political science. In addition to her work with SAL, she's involved in Stanford's Pre-Law Society, the ASSU, and Pi Beta Phi Sorority. Lauren is very passionate about political TV dramas and is always looking for someone to discuss the West Wing or House of Cards.
Sean Scott '15
About Sean: Sean is a junior from Ridgefield, Connecticut, majoring and co-terming in Computer Science. He is involved with Redwood Outdoor Club, SPOT (Stanford Pre-Orientation Trips), Stanford Prison Experiment (the club Frisbee team), and Habitat for Humanity. On a typical weekend, you'll find Sean biking, backpacking, playing tennis, or traveling!
Liaison to: Community Service, International and Athletic Orgs, including Outdoor recreation, Club Sports, Recreational, and Martial Arts.
- Professional staff are most helpful for major events, complicated issues and personal concerns.
- They are available on a drop-in basis, first-come, first-served every Wednesday 3-5 pm.
- Appointments can be made by calling 723-2733.
Associate Dean & Director
About Nanci: Nanci was writing this bio when a student walked in the door asking for help. While we await Nanci's full bio, check out the picture of her with a goat.
Photo: Nanci holding a goat as a part of the Stanford Goat Project, a fundraiser in White Plaza put on the by the Intervarsity Graduate Christian Fellowship.
Areas of Responsibility: ASSU/GSC/Undergraduate Senate, Arts (Dance, Drama, Music, Other Orgs), Athletic (Outdoor Rec Orgs), Political events and groups, Sophomore Class Presidents, Student Activities Advisory Board, Policy development and interpretation, Off-campus Fundraising, New Group Processes, ASSU Speaker's Bureau, The Daily, Recreational Orgs, Social Orgs, Debate, and Social Awareness Orgs.
Assistant Dean and Associate Director
About Snehal: Snehal came to Stanford after working at universities in Boston, New York City and Monterey. As an UCSD undergrad he was active in student government, campus programs and concert planning. He also served as an orientation leader and RA. Snehal goes to as many student events as he can - - riding a camel at Israeli Independence Day was a highlight.
Areas of Responsibility: Athletic (Club Sport, Other), Academic groups, Health and Wellness groups, Stanford Concert Network Advisory Board, International Orgs, Peer Advisor Program, Workshop Schedule, White Plaza, Junior Class Presidents, Alcohol Advisory Board, and Pre-Professional Orgs.
About Ankita: Ankita has worked at Stanford since the summer of 2012. She previously worked at Santa Clara University. Trinity University (TX), and The Ohio State University. As an undergrad at Vanderbilt University, Ankita held leadership positions in the South Asian student organization; a mentoring and tutoring organization; her sorority, Alpha Delta Pi; and in new student orientation. She was an assistant hall director in residence life at The Ohio State University, where she also went to graduate school. Ankita is very excited to be working at Stanford and loves working directly with the student orgs she advises because it allows her to see passion and dedication fostered in this environment.
Areas of Responsibility: Athletic (Martial Arts) Orgs, Community Service Orgs, Ethnic/Cultural Orgs, Media/Campus Publications, Religious Orgs, the Stanford Fund Partnership, OrgSync, SAL Website, Social Media & Communication, Student Activities Fair, The Leadership INITIATIVE, and Re-registration Process.