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Resources for Our Communities

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Student Affairs offers our communities support and we are continually seeking ways in which we can provide resources to those who may need it, whether on or off campus.

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We've created this hub as a way to share and connect individuals to a variety of services, guidance, and more. Take time to take care of yourself and share what you are going through with others. You do not have to experience anything on your personal journey on your own.  

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COVID-19 Guidance for Students

As we continue to live with COVID-19 and the many ways in which it impacts student life, we've set-up this section to share relevant information with Stanford's communities.

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Trees Together, Transition Together

Exhale, reflect, and acknowledge all that you have been through. Let us find the support that we need to be our best selves as we begin fall quarter together. 

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Red Folder

Guidance for faculty and staff supporting student well-being in a virtual campus environment.

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Alcohol and Other Drugs

Access opportunities and programming, review policy, learn about recent news, and more. 

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Loneliness & Connection

Loneliness and social isolation have been top of mind for many of us during the pandemic. We've created a space to explore these feelings as well as connect with relevant resources. 

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Mental Health Resources at Stanford

We know that you will experience new and unexpected challenges while on-campus. Here you'll find a wealth of mental health resources. 

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Protected Identity Harm Reporting

We envision a process that will create an environment where students who report harm feel heard and supported. 

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Black Lives Matter Resources

Access BLM-related resources for education, self and community care, and beyond. 

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Harassment & Hate Towards Asians, Asian Americans, and Pacific Islanders during COVID-19

Learn more about AAPI-related hate crime and access resources for education, self and community care, and beyond. 

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Graduate Student Support Resources

If you are in a crisis and need immediate assistance, the GLO deans are accessible 24/7 through email, text, or call. 

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Undergraduate Student Support Resources

Connect with undergraduate student support and more.

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Bechtel International Center

We believe that international educational exchange nurtures a lifelong global perspective and aspire to play a key role in increasing Stanford’s visibility around the world, strengthening Stanford’s position as a global university of consequence.

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Office of Accessible Education

The Office of Accessible Education (OAE) is the campus entity designated to work with Stanford students with disabilities, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels (including the professional schools). 

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Vaden Health Services

Vaden Health Services is the first stop for diagnosis and treatment of illness, injury and ongoing conditions, as well as for preventive counseling and education.