We are a collection of departments with students and staff committed to ensuring that all students have community, access, and resources to thrive at Stanford. We work to provide a sense of belonging for students from historically marginalized communities, and to foster a more inclusive environment for all students on campus. All of our websites are linked below, along with recordings of several information sessions hosted for newly admitted students throughout the month of April. Not all of our information sessions were recorded.
You can also watch a panel discussion from our Virtual Admit Weekend on April 25, 2020 with representatives from the Centers for Equity, Community, and Leadership (ECL) community and cultural centers and the First Gen and/or Low Income (FLI) Office addressing how they found and continue to foster community at Stanford. The panel featured eight Stanford students and was moderated by Jan Barker-Alexander, Assistant Vice Provost of Student Affairs Centers for Equity, Community, and Leadership (ECL) & Offices of First Generation/Low Income Programs and Military Affiliated Communities.
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