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Tour Campus by Bike
Vanessa Joy Onuoha, ’25, leads a tour of Stanford University by bike, the most popular form of transportation on campus. See iconic landmarks like Memorial Church, Hoover Tower, and more. Learn a couple safety tips along the way, including how to proceed through a roundabout and how to lock your bike.
This 13-minute student-hosted virtual tour is best viewed at 1080s. For optimal experience, we suggest viewing on a mobile device or with cardboard or 360° glasses. Otherwise, you can navigate on a stationary monitor by clicking-and-dragging or by using the compass in the upper left. Welcome virtually to The Farm!
Campus Walking Tour
Enjoy the campus and its surrounding area with a number of themed walks or trails below. Click here for a main campus map that provides estimated travel times when walking. For any walks through buildings, please note that there are restrictions for interior building access due to the pandemic. Please check the website of any department buildings for the most current guidelines and hours.
Witness to more than 130 years of history, the Stanford campus is full of interesting – and in some cases, mysterious – items, dispersed throughout the grounds. With abundant help from the Stanford community, Stanford News highlights a few.
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Further Your Learning
Stanford Organization Spotlight
The goal of the Stanford University Minority Medical Alliance (SUMMA) is to increase diversity in the health professions in order to better care for underserved communities.
COMMET Scribe Program
Medical scribing is a unique opportunity for prospective healthcare students to observe and participate directly in patient care.