Student Support Resources
Stanford’s Office of Accessible Education
The Office of Accessible Education (OAE) is the campus office designated to work with Stanford students with disabilities, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels (including the professional schools). The OAE provides a wide array of support services, accommodations, and programs to remove barriers to full participation in the life of the University. Office of Accessible Education, 563 Salvatierra Walk, Stanford, CA 94305, Phone: 650-723-1066.
Stanford's Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is the university’s counseling center dedicated to student mental health and well-being.
CAPS provides a broad range of services including
- crisis counseling
- individual therapy
- medication assessment and management
- group therapy
Many services are available without additional charge for students who have paid the Campus Health Service Fee. To speak with a clinician at CAPS, please call 650-723-3785 available 24 hours/7 days a week.
Stanford Medicine | Ears for Peers
Ears for Peers (E4P) is a student-to-student peer listening group for the Stanford School of Medicine community. Our trained E4P Peer Mentors provide free and confidential counseling to School of Medicine students.
Speak with a trained support medical student peer Sun-Fri 8-11pm | (650) 736-6145.
Community Engagement and Diversity
Stanford’s Community Engagement and Diversity unit is home to 10 centers and offices dedicated to empowering students to lead in a multi-racial, multi-ethnic and pluralistic society.
- Asian American Activities Center
- Black Community Services Center
- Diversity and First-Generation Office (DGen)
- El Centro Chicano y Latino
- Haas Center for Public Service
- LGBT Community Resources Center
- The Markaz: Resource Center
- Native American Cultural Center
- Student Activities and Leadership (SAL)
- Women's Community Center
Student Affairs Office and Centers
Student Affairs advances student development and learning; fosters community engagement; promotes diversity, inclusion and respect; and empowers students to thrive. Student Affairs comprises more than 25 offices and centers.
- Bechtel International Center
- BEAM, Stanford Career Education
- Cardinal Care
- Graduate Admissions
- Graduate Life Office
- Office of Accessible Education
- Office of Alcohol Policy and Education
- Office of Community Standards
- Office for Military-Affiliated Communities
- Office of the Vice Provost for Graduate Education
- Old Union
- Registrar's Office
- Residential Education
- School of Medicine Registrar's Office
- School of Medicine Office of Graduate Education
- Student Activities and Leadership
- Student Financial Services
- Student Services Center
- Tresidder Memorial Union
- Vaden Health Center
- Weiland Health Initiative
- Wellness Network at Stanford
- Windhover Contemplative Center