Vaden Health Center provides care, support, and education to Stanford students, including medical care, counseling and psychological services, wellness and health promotion services and more. Health resources are available on alcohol, anxiety, depression, emotional distress, colds and flu, eating well, goal setting, insomnia, loneliness, sexual assault, stress and other potential student issues/needs.
The Graduate Life Office ( GLO ), a unit in the Student Affairs division, is a source of comprehensive and impartial guidance and information about all aspects of life as a graduate student that can help students with many personal, academic, and financial issues.
Stanford University provides a variety of subsidized on-campus housing options for law students. Students may choose from furnished single dormitory rooms to four-bedroom apartments equipped with full kitchens. The Munger Graduate Residence built specifically for Stanford Law students and other graduate students from around campus intensifies the interdisciplinary learning experience.
Stanford Law School, located in the City of Palo Alto at the heart of Silicon Valley, is 45 minutes from San Francisco, 30 minutes from the beach, and 3 1/2 hours from the snow. More than 100 years old, Palo Alto is home to approximately 61,000 residents. On weekdays, due to daily commuters, the population increases to nearly 140,000. Palo Alto encompasses an area of approximately 26 square miles, of which one-third is open space. Known as the "Birthplace of the Silicon Valley," Palo Alto was also, in 1994, the first U.S. city to have an Internet home page. Palo Alto has over 300 local restaurants and offers access to outdoor hiking and a myriad of cultural activities.
The Office of Accessible Education (OAE) at Stanford University has a strong commitment to maintaining a diverse and stimulating academic community. Students with disabilities, actively participating in the various aspects of life at Stanford, are an essential part of that diversity. So that all students at Stanford have an equal opportunity for personally and academically rewarding experiences, the OAE provides a wide array of accommodations, support services, auxiliary aids and programs to remove barriers to full participation in the life of the University.
The Residential Computing program aims to enable students to make effective use of information technologies. Resident Computer Coordinators (RCCs) are the first line of support for students living in on-campus housing. Your RCC can help you with your in-room network connection, your computer or any other questions you may have about computers and computing at Stanford.
Parking and Transportation Services is the one-stop shop for transportation in and around Stanford, from parking places and permits to public transportation options to the Marguerite campus bus schedule to best bike routes in the area and more. Every conceivable map of the campus and its routes for pedestrians, cyclists, cars, trucks, etc. are available here too.