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Support Resources for Students

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This section can help you navigate the many campus services for students so you can refer your students to just the right place.

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Center for Teaching and Learning

Academic skills for students

These programs can help students become self-directed learners. Includes tutoring, academic skills coaching, language partners, study halls, and more.

Student Services

Student policies

This site is designed for students and contains comprehensive information on the many campus policies that affect them.

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Office of Accessible Education

Accessibility and accommodations

The campus unit aims to promote an accessible and inclusive environment for all students with disabilities. They will help students with academic and housing accommodations.

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Vice Provost for Graduate Education

Graduate career development

Grad Grow is a search and planning tool to help graduate students and postdocs explore professional development opportunities.

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Student Affairs

Student mental health

This comprehensive list of mental health resources includes links and information about emergency and crisis services, well-being coaches, counseling, psychological services, and more. It is provided by Student Affairs for instructors, staff, and student leaders.

Academic Advising

Specific student populations

This resource addresses the unique requirements of student-athletes, first-gen and/or low-income, international, returning, and transfer students, as well as community and cultural groups.

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Learning Technologies and Spaces

Student technology resources

Lathrop Learning Hub supports students with tech support, loaner equipment, software access, and more.

Student Affairs

Career development for students

Stanford Career Education (CareerEd) partners with students and recent alumni to explore career options, search for a job or internship, network with alumni and employers, or change careers.

James H. Clark Center. Underneath the circular outdoor stage in the courtyard is this round auditorium with 150 Cardinal-red seats.

Looking for even more student resources?

The Gateway for Students page has links to many more campus resources for students.