Stanford On & Off Campus Learning Opportunities
Students: Find academic opportunities on & off campus (from the Haas Center, Stanford Global Studies, Global Engineering Programs and many more units)
Explore Campus Cultures
Experience other cultures without leaving the Farm through the rich and diverse community of student clubs all over campus. The Office of Student Engagement values of belonging, equity & access, integrity, learning, and well-being, and engages and support our students as they build a community within their student organizations and develop as leaders.
Key Travel Steps for Students
View the full student travel checklist
• Identify in-country challenges and develop a contingency plan. Use these tools to assess travel risk and your itinerary.
• Obtain important documents: passport, visa(s)
• Book your travel
The Provost's International Travel Policy has been updated to follow the more nuanced medical and security advisories from our partner International SOS.
Per the policy, undergraduates are prohibited to travel to countries, regions, or locations within a country where the International SOS travel or medical risk rating is “High” or “Extreme” or where there is other reliable information of significant health or safety risks.
Find Housing for Your Abroad Experience
If you are a Stanford student traveling abroad and are responsible for arranging your own housing, there are several factors to consider. Regardless of where you’re planning to stay, you should conduct a safety and security assessment of the housing prior to booking. Useful tips and a checklist have been compiled to provide you with guidance.
Book Through Stanford Travel
Stanford requires students traveling as part of a university-funded/sponsored program to book air travel, hotels and rental cars through the Stanford Travel program.
Bechtel International Center
Obtain/maintain legal status in the U.S.
Maximize academic, cultural and personal benefit while in the US.
Find information to help you plan your international research and other activities. DoResearch contains several resources to help anyone doing Stanford research navigate these waters.