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  • Moving to the Farm | Undergraduate Academic Life
    In On Tuesday September 18 you will go directly to your residence where check in will begin at 8 00 a m Please do not arrive before 8 00 a m we will not be ready for you yet Prior to move in day review our information on getting to campus and print a move in map and arrival day parking pass Back to Top Packing versus Shipping versus Shopping Packing Moving from across the country or across the globe can be difficult in terms of getting the necessities here If you are flying packing some items like a desk lamp office supplies and laundry detergent may be impractical Buying some items after you arrive is easier than shipping them Some items such as linens and towels for example lend themselves well to being shipped but you will want to make sure that you bring enough with you for your first couple of nights For your first week be sure that you have bed linens a pillow a blanket or comforter an alarm clock and essential toiletries Shipping If you elect to ship some of your belongings to campus it is critical that you follow the guidelines that have been outlined in the Approaching Stanford handbook and in your Student Housing assignment letter Please note that mail and packages are NOT received at or delivered to on campus residences Each incoming freshman and transfer is assigned a U S Post Office box number for the purpose of receiving mail and packages at Stanford You may view your P O box assignment as of September 10 by following this path Log in to Axess http axess stanford edu Go to the Student Center tab Scroll down to the Personal Information section of the page and refer to the Contact Information box

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  • Navigating Stanford Forum | Undergraduate Academic Life
    speaking both inside and outside the classroom Presenters Xinhong Lim Room Arrillaga Wellness Room Beyond First Year Writing Resources and Strategies Get ready to write This interactive session will gear you up for the kinds of writing assignments you will encounter in your sophomore year and beyond You will learn about the resources available to support you with more advanced writing assignments for courses as well as other writing you will do this year such as applications for jobs grants or study abroad We will also discuss time management and peer review strategies that will help you continue to improve as a writer Presenters Julia Bleakney and Marissa Gemma Room Arrillaga Study Room back to top Friday September 7 SESSION 6 12 00 1 00 Catching the Perfect Social Zone Buzz Without Puking Join us for lunch mocktails and the popular program Catching the Perfect Social Zone Buzz without Puking The program examines alcohol and its cultural role on a college campus We explore the question Why do we drink and deconstruct common misperceptions and myths regarding our urge to drink Students learn about the Idiot Zone Danger Zone and how to stay in the Social Zone Presenters Jarreau Bowen and OAPE Room Arrillaga Dining Balcony back to top SESSION 7 1 30 2 20 Next Steps Building Your Career During this workshop you will gain valuable insights and tips to help you navigate the career development process Learn what you can do to tackle the challenge of figuring out your career plans Find out how to leverage the Stanford experience to help you find your career passion Discover what employers look for in qualified candidates and what you can do to build the skills and experiences that employers seek Gain a better understanding of the relationship between majors and careers Presenters Lance Choy Room Sweet Hall 216 Exploring Teaching and Other Opportunities in Education Do you want to have a career in education Learn about the various avenues to pursuing a career in teaching or education including Stanford Teacher Education Program STEP Teaching on an emergency credential Other masters and credentialing programs Teaching in a private school Teaching abroad Peace Corps Teaching Overseas English as a second language Guest Speakers Sally Mentzer Academic Advisor UAR Kristin Conner Career Counselor CDC Susana Carranza STEP Outreach Coordinator and Credential Analyst Presenters Sally Mentzer Kristin Conner Susana Carranza Room Sweet Hall 303 Research Honors Sophomore year is the perfect time to become part of a research community Whether you are participating in a faculty member s project or lab or working with a faculty mentor to design your own project Undergraduate Advising Research has resources to support your research Learn which opportunities will work best for you how to turn an interest or a passion into a rigorous research or creative project and how to get faculty and financial support for your work We will talk about the wide range of interests and methods that constitute research student grants departmental research opportunities

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  • Sophomore College:  Darwin, Evolution, and Galapagos | Undergraduate Academic Life
    11 during which the class will review summer readings and strengthen your analytical toolkit for understanding and appreciating the flora and fauna of Galapagos There are double class meetings that week because of the travel schedule thereafter On Sunday evening September 9 a lovely group of Stanford alumni and friends who come to campus for their own refresher course on evolution conservation and Galapagos will join the class Joint seminars with the class and alumni will occur on September 10 and 11 On Wednesday September 12 everyone will fly together to Ecuador and spend 8 days in Galapagos one day in the town of Puerto Ayora on Santa Cruz Island and then a week aboard our chartered ship La Pinta one of newest and finest ships in all Galapagos concluding with one day in Quito Ecuador s capital You will return to campus on Sunday September 23 just in time for fall quarter You must Make an appointment right away today even with the Travel Clinic at Vaden Student Health Service 498 2336 to find out about recommended immunizations for travel to Quito Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands Apply for a passport if you don t already have one or to check its expiration information if you do while you are relatively close to a US Passport Office in S F Print and read the Participant s Checklist available at the Coursework site Among other things it draws your attention to activities we may need to carry out during religious holy days in the fall Stanford has a long tradition of supporting faculty students and staff in their observance of such days However due to the extraordinary nature and location of our Galapagos Field Seminar we cannot alter our travel arrangements that include travel and other group activities during religious

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  • Sophomore College: Economic Policies of the Presidential Candidates | Undergraduate Academic Life
    Galápagos Economic Policies Energizing a Sustainable Future Sophomore College Economic Policies of the Presidential Candidates Sophomore College Economic Policies of the Presidential Candidates As the lucky class of a presidential election year The Economic Policies of the Presidential Candidates seminar includes a three day trip to Washington D C from September 5 8 The course will begin on campus and you are responsible for arranging and paying your own transportation to campus arriving on Monday September 3 Labor Day between noon and 5 p m PACK LIGHT as you will move everything you bring into your fall housing assignment bring three days of business casual attire to wear in D C You will depart for Washington DC with your class on September 5 th directly following your regularly scheduled class time 10AM to Noon All transportation to and from Washington as well as your lodging and meals will be paid for by the program In Washington DC Sept 5 8 you will be staying at the JW Marriott 1331 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington District Of Columbia 20004 1 202 393 2000 You will be returning to campus early on the morning of Saturday September 8 th Ideally you should be

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  • Sophomore College: Energizing A Sustainable Future | Undergraduate Academic Life
    for those who will observe Rosh Hashanah Your lodging meals and transportation while in D C and your flight back to campus are covered by the program PACK LIGHT You can be reimbursed for one checked bag on your return flight 25 when you turn in THE ORIGINAL RECIEPT to September Studies office when you are back on campus The Bass Center at Stanford in Washington is Stanford in Washington The Anne T and Robert M Bass Center 2661 Connecticut Avenue NW Washington DC 20008 The Bass Center has provided a checklist to help you prepare for your visit You will then move into your fall housing assignment when you arrive on campus Sunday September 16 Below are a list of hospitals and clinics should the need arise Hospital Name Distance Type of Institution Hours of Operation Address Phone Comprehensive Primary Care 217 Ft Clinic appointment needed Monday Wednesday Friday 7am 4pm Tuesday Thursday 11am 7pm C100 2639 Connecticut Avenue Northwest Washington DC 202 588 1878 George Washington University Hospital 1 7 miles Hospital 901 23rd Street Washington DC 202 715 4975 Metro Immediate and Primary Care 3 7 miles Walk in Clinic Monday Friday 8am 10pm Saturday Sunday 8am

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  • Stanford University: Student Services Center
    721 1585 Visit us Mon Fri 9am 5pm Special hours see Tresidder Memorial Union 2 nd floor above CoHo Mailing Address 459 Lagunita Drive Suite 7 Tresidder Memorial Union 2nd floor Stanford CA 94305 Give Us Feedback about Our Service Our Web site To view this page ensure that Adobe Flash Player version 10 0 0 or greater is installed Either scripts and active content are not permitted to run or Adobe Flash Player version 10 0 0 or greater is not installed Announcements On Tuesday November 27 2012 the Student Services Center will open at noon We Can Assist You with University Billing Financial Aid Disbursements Refunds Cash Advances Payroll Deductions Enrollment Stanford Degree Policies Procedures Stanford ID Card Forms Pickup Dropoff and more The Student Services Center Staff including Student Financial Services and the University Cashier s Office and Payroll Payments Services Will Call Our Commitment to You We are committed to providing a single point of friendly professional service for answers to questions concerning administrative and financial issues We strive to resolve 90 of students issues upon first contact Offices Represented Student ID Card Services Office of the University Registrar Student Financial Services Financial Aid Submit Photo

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  • Guidelines for Packing | Undergraduate Academic Life
    for each roommate Overhead light Bookcase either attached to the wall or freestanding for each roommate Wall to wall carpeting Small closet or freestanding wardrobe shared or individual Mirror shared or individual Dresser drawers for each roommate Desk and chair for each roommate Wastebasket and recycling bin for each roommate Window covering Robe hook or towel bar shared or individual Heating system At least one communication outlet with two Ethernet ports a telephone line cable and a shared landline telephone Back to Top The Necessities Personal ID and necessary cards e g insurance cards ATM bank card driver s license etc You will need a photo ID to check into your residence hall If you plan to pursue part time employment on or off campus you will need multiple forms of ID Bedding twin extra long sheets fit our 80 long mattresses Clothing remember a rain jacket or a warm coat Toiletries including a shower caddy with which to transport them to the bathroom Shower sandals plastic flip flops Laundry supplies Alarm clock Desk lamp preferably LED design Surge protector get the largest one available we recommend getting one which also helps prevent cord fires Extension cord UL approved two or three pronged you do not need a heavy duty one Hangers Flashlight and batteries choose an LED flashlight for longer life First aid kit click here for Vaden Health Center s checklist of health related items Back to Top The You Decide List The following contains items some view as necessities and others can easily live without Camera Large plastic storage tubs Music and movies Books only a few you will pick up plenty more for your classes Formal wear you can wait to see if you need it then have it shipped if you do Sports equipment baseball

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  • Stanford University: Student Services Center - How-To Demos
    Our Service Our Web site Offices Represented Student ID Card Services Office of the University Registrar Student Financial Services Financial Aid How To Click to learn Add a class Drop a class Use ExploreCourses Log into Stanford ePay Edit personal information Declare major minor Evaluate courses Set up privacy limitation Submit an e Dissertation e Thesis View Weekly Calendar back to top ASKJANE Find answers 24 7 Submit Photo for

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