We understand that there are many considerations for you to take into account as you navigate your academic planning during this unusual year. We hope to outline the most important information below, in order to keep you informed and well-prepared for a remote learning experience.
If you're looking to get a better grasp of all the considerations regarding your enrollment this year, check out the video in the sidebar to hear from two academic advisors in Academic Advising, Melissa Stevenson and Gabriel Wolfenstein.
Additionally, the Registrar's Office has consolidated all of the need-to-know information for whichever undergraduate group you maybe belong to:
For more information on topics such as the Flex Term, Timing of Enrollment, and Leave of Absence please visit the Registrar's Office here.
There are a wide variety of circumstances affecting students' learning environments at home and on campus. Priorities may have changed and we know you may have substantial challenges performing in the same manner as you would during a typical academic year.
For more information on grading policy changes for your specific department go here.
You may have some concerns related to the technological aspect of remote learning. If so, visit Stanford Teach Anywhere's student page to receive a wide variety of information on anything from internet and software access to Canvas and Zoom support.
- Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education (VPUE)
- Registrar’s Office
- Academic Advising
- Hume Center for Writing and Speaking
- Learn Anywhere (Teach Anywhere)
- Learning Connection (Center for Teaching and Learning)
- Lathrop Learning Hub
- Office of Accessible Education
- Honor Code (Office of Community Standards)
- Schwab Learning Center
- Stanford Arts