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Taking Care of Ourselves & Each Other

Holi, 2023. Credit: Nikolas Liepins / Ethography

Supporting Student Success

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Student Success takes many forms in Student Affairs. Here’s where you can learn more about registering for classes, paying your university bill, getting the technology you need for school, and exploring career options. We’re also home to the Bechtel International Center for international students and the Office of Accessible Education for students with disabilities.

Student Services

Your success is the heart of our mission! Welcome to the new Student Services website, designed specifically for you – and all Stanford students – to enable quick access to SimpleEnroll, academic dates and deadlines, transcripts, tuition and fee information, the Stanford Bulletin, and more. 

Bechtel International Center

Serves as a center for international students and scholars. It offers immigration advising and programming  which creates  a welcoming and supportive environment for the  international community. Bechtel also offers advising and resources for those seeking overseas scholarships.


Welcome to Stanford Career Education (CareerEd), formerly known as BEAM. We invite you to partner with us as you explore career options, search for a job or internship, network with alumni and employers, or change careers.

Lathrop Learning Hub

The Hub is a study space and a one-stop-shop for technology needs at Stanford.

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Mind Over Money

Mind Over Money is the financial wellness program for students at Stanford.

Office of Accessible Education

The mission of the Office of Accessible Education (OAE) is to promote an accessible and inclusive environment for all students with disabilities. Through both academic and housing accommodations, we work to mitigate physical and attitudinal barriers that students might face.

Tresidder Halloween Jam, 2022. Credit: Micaela Go

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.