Student Affairs Initiatives
Student Affairs is constantly evolving and growing to meet the needs of our diverse communities. Here you can find more information about what we are working on along with recent updates.
Committee of 12
The Committee of 12 (C12) is a committee comprised of students, faculty, and staff tasked with examining and making recommendations regarding the Honor Code, Judicial Charterand Process, and interpretations of the Fundamental Standard. It is specifically charged with examining whether these documents and processes reflect a system of accountability that fairly aligns with the values and needs of today’s campus community, prioritizing student development and learning.
Core 10 Student Org Policies
Brief, clear, consistent guidance streamlines more the 45 policies covering membership, events, travel, financial management and more.
An update on alcohol and other drugs
We are committed to continuously evaluating what we are doing – and responding in a timely way to emerging issues. Here are our plans for winter 2022.
Mental Health & Well-Being Initiatives
Student Affairs aims to create a culture of physical, emotional, and social well-being to promote student flourishing.
Neighborhoods: 2022-23 Updates
Progress on our transition to neighborhoods, adjustments we’re making to respond to challenges students have helped to identify, and long-term plans.
Protected Identity Harm Reporting
We envision a process that will create an environment where students who report harm feel heard and supported.
Social Life Accelerator Task Force
Stanford’s long been known for its fun, irreverent, whimsical social scene. Yet it just hasn’t felt as vibrant as it could be. Now, a group of alumni, students, staff and families are getting together to accelerate undergrad social life on The Farm.
Stanford Group Accountability Process
Simplified policies and a common accountability process for all student orgs and groups.
Task Force on Students with Disabilities
This task force will examine the educational experience of the broad community of students with disabilities and recommend steps Stanford could take to further advance equitable access to opportunities.