Graduate Diversity Resources

Stanford Community Centers

Stanford Community Centers provide a gateway to intellectual, cultural and leadership opportunities for all Stanford students as each center has its own mission. Students seeking academic enrichment, connection to a broader community and / or individual services or support will find excellent resources in the Community Centers.

Black Community Services Center
418 Santa Teresa Street
Phone: (650) 723-1587
El Centro Chicano
Markaz Resource Center
514 Lasuen Mall (Old Union)
LGBT Community Resources
433 Santa Teresa St.(2nd Fl.)
459 Lagunita Dr., Suite #9
Asian American Activities Center A³C
Old Union Clubhouse
Phone: (650) 723-3681
Native American Cultural Center
524 Lasuen Mall
(Clubhouse Ground Floor)
Phone: (650) 725-6944
Women’s Community Center
433 Santa Teresa Street (1st Fl.)
Behind Tresidder Memorial Union
Phone number: (650) 723-0545

Find your group at!

International Students

Hillel at Stanford

Catholic Community at Stanford

Stanford Hindu Student Association

Associated Students of Stanford (ASSU)

ASSU is the student government at Stanford.

Graduate Student Programming Board (GSPB)

The GSPB seeks to enhance the quality of life for graduate students. It sponsors large and small social events, as well as educational and informational activities such as the GOALIE orientation event in September.

Graduate Student Council (GSC)
The GSC is elected each spring from various districts of the graduate population and is also open to any graduate student who wishes to join. It hosts event for all graduate students, advocates for graduate students on issues such as housing and health care, allocates student fee money to graduate student organizations, and provides services for all graduate students.

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Diversity Action Committee (DAC) of the (GSC)
The DAC strives to increase and support diversity in higher education, among undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty. Our top priority is to increase the numbers and support the lives of people belonging to groups underrepresented and/or marginalized within higher education. We work toward this end by collaborating with our Stanford peers, faculty, and administrators on three important aspects of the graduate education pipeline: recruitment, retention and the encouragement/development of the groups listed to consider academic careers.

Learn more about the various organizations on campus!

Bioscience Association for the Interest of Minority Students (BioAIMS)


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Stanford Society Of Chicano/Latino Engineers and Scientists

Latino Engineering Graduate Organization at Stanford (LEGOS)

Black Graduate Students Association (BGSA)

Chicano Latino Graduate Student Association (CLGSA)

Asian American Graduate Student Association (AAGSA)

GSB Hispanic Business Student Association

Black Business Students Association (BBSA)

Student National Medical Association (SNMA)

Latino Medical Student Association (LMSA)

Stanford Native American Graduate Students (SNAGS)

Stanford American Indian Medical Students (SAIMS)

Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association (APAMSA)

Black Law Students Association

Stanford Latino Law Students Association (SLLSA)

GradQ - LGBT and allied students in the graduate/ professional schools.

All new Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) Chapter!

Contact for more information or visit to learn more about the organization and annual conference.

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