As one of the top universities in the world, Stanford University provides undergraduate and graduate students with a world-class education, producing globally engaged scholars and leaders.
A Beacon of Excellence
In 1885, U.S. Senator Leland Stanford and his wife established Stanford University in honor of their child. Since then, the University has flourished as an innovative, highly coveted beacon of academic excellence. The campus is home to approximately 7,000 undergraduate students—and 9,000 graduate students—taught by professors at the forefront of their respective fields. Stanford students hail from all 50 states in the U.S. and 91 countries. With over 20 libraries and 18 laboratories on campus, students and members of the University at all levels have access to innovative, groundbreaking research.
2017 – Operations – Gregory Annenberg Weingarten Scholarship Fund for Undergraduate Education
2014 – Programming – Bing Overseas Study Program in Paris
2011 – Programming – Camera as Witness Program, Stanford University School of Education
2007 – Operations – The Stanford Fund for Undergraduate Education
2003 – Operations – Gregory Annenberg Weingarten Scholarship Fund for Undergraduate Education
2003 – Operations – The Stanford Fund for Undergraduate Education
2002 – Programming – Overseas Study Campus in Paris
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