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    in New York City SiNYC Opportunities Research Research Research and Independent Projects Research Support Academic Excellence Fellowships Awards and Graduation Honors Opportunities Arts Humanities Overseas Off Campus Leadership Public Community Service Diversity Outreach Opportunities After Stanford Graduate and Professional School What s Next Tutoring Support Tutoring Subject Tutoring and Language Practice Hume Center for Writing and Speaking Support Academic Skills Coaching Community Center Resources Health Wellness Resources Workshop Art of Writing Come study the Art of Writing in intensive fun hands on workshops held at the Hume Center Weekly sessions are led by the dynamic faculty of the Creative Writing Program You ll leave with an expanded understanding of writing and a sheaf full of pages Project Showcase SURPS The Symposium for Undergraduate Research and Public Service is a forum where undergrads from all disciplines present current and recent research arts senior synthesis and public service projects to the Stanford community Find out more and join us on October 23 Scholarships and Fellowships Truman Scholarship The Truman Scholarship seeks juniors with exceptional leadership potential who are committed to careers in government the nonprofit or advocacy sectors education or elsewhere in public service Find out more here and at our application workshop on September 30 Pictured 2013 Truman Scholars Jessica Anderson and Meredith Wheeler How Do I PWR Enrollment Process Click here for more information about the PWR enrollment process section assignments and more Home Undergrad Events Germany Seminar Info Session Oct 13 12 00pm to 1 00pm Palau Seminar Info Session Oct 14 11 45am to 12 45pm Cambodia Overseas Seminar Info Session Oct 14 1 30pm to 2 30pm View Undergrad Calendar Spotlight Life In The Zoo Behavior Welfare and Enrichment A dozen Stanford sophomores have designed ways to enrich the lives of animals at the SF Zoo READ

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  • Advising | Stanford Undergrad
    Campus Leadership Public Community Service Diversity Outreach Opportunities After Stanford Graduate and Professional School What s Next Tutoring Support Tutoring Subject Tutoring and Language Practice Hume Center for Writing and Speaking Support Academic Skills Coaching Community Center Resources Health Wellness Resources Advising Advising Overview The Office of Undergraduate Advising and Research UAR is dedicated to introducing you to the full intellectual richness of undergraduate study at Stanford supporting you in your academic and intellectual pursuits and instilling within you a deep sense of identity within and belonging to the community of scholars at Stanford How Advising Can Help You Advising Essentials for Undergraduates Academic advising is key to a successful undergraduate experience Stanford offers a wealth of intellectual opportunities both in and outside the classroom The Office of Undergraduate Advising and Research UAR helps you take full advantage of all that is available as you create your own unique path through your undergraduate career About Your Advisors It is in your best interest to seek advice early and often from many different sources Our multiple mentor model gives you the freedom and flexibility to develop advising relationships that are both rewarding and useful Make an Appointment Who to go to

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  • Student Guides | Stanford Undergrad
    Planning for Honors Requirements Degree Requirements Academic Policies Programs Autumn Winter Spring Introductory Seminars Program in Writing and Rhetoric Thinking Matters Ways of Thinking Ways of Doing Residential Programs Special Focus Programs Summer Leland Scholars Sophomore College Arts Intensive Leadership Intensive Bing Honors College Off Campus Bing Overseas Studies Program Community Engaged Learning Stanford in New York City SiNYC Opportunities Research Research Research and Independent Projects Research Support Academic Excellence Fellowships Awards and Graduation Honors Opportunities Arts Humanities Overseas Off Campus Leadership Public Community Service Diversity Outreach Opportunities After Stanford Graduate and Professional School What s Next Tutoring Support Tutoring Subject Tutoring and Language Practice Hume Center for Writing and Speaking Support Academic Skills Coaching Community Center Resources Health Wellness Resources Student Guides FIND YOUR PATH Stanford offers a wealth of intellectual opportunities both in and outside the classroom The goal of these guides is to help you take full advantage of all that s available as you create your unique path through your undergraduate career No one path is right or recommended The guides are meant to provide a compass for you not a roadmap and encourage you to take intellectual risks About This Site Stanford Undergrad is your

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  • Approaching Stanford | Stanford Undergrad
    happens when you come together as classmates and share those parts of yourself with one another In the days and weeks ahead we will be communicating with you regularly as you get ready to start your Stanford journey Our Freshman Transition Coordinators FTCs as well as our entire professional staff in Undergraduate Advising and Research are here to answer your questions and ensure that your transition to Stanford is a smooth one Be sure to let us know how we can help you whether by email phone or using our online platform Stanford InYourClass Rob Urstein Dean of Freshmen New Student Orientation New Student Orientation NSO 2014 will be held from Tuesday September 16 to Sunday September 21 2014 the day before Autumn Quarter classes begin NSO is required for all new students and you are expected to participate fully in NSO activities which will take place from morning to late evening each day NSO is designed to provide you with an introduction to the wide array of academic intellectual leadership cultural and social experiences available to you at Stanford Moving to the Farm As September 16 draws closer you will be planning what to pack and preparing for your move to Stanford Find maps parking permits and more on this page to help you move to the Farm Stanford InYourClass Connect with students and Stanford administrators on our new social media platform Stanford InYourClass Start talking with each other and with us You will need your SUNet ID and password to log in Updates are installed periodically if the site has trouble loading please clear your cookies and cache and try logging in again If you have any questions or concerns about Stanford InYourClass please send an email to approaching stanford edu Three Books Course Site Chat about the Three Books on our Stanford Online course site This year s theme is science Join us for the second Three Books chat on our course site on August 28th 10 00am 11 00am PDT with Paula Moya Associate Professor of English and Director of the Program in Modern Thought and Literature Approaching Stanford Guide Browse the topics in this online guide to learn how to prepare for Stanford It contains all of the information in the Approaching Stanford Handbook including detailed information for each form and more Important Summer Dates and Deadlines In preparation for your arrival Stanford will send you frequent communications by email and postal mail from mid May to September Those listed on this page are essential to your transition process Summer To Do List Complete the items on this helpful and comprehensive to do list to ensure that you will be ready for Stanford in September Updates Contact Information and Frequently Asked Questions Do you have a question Check this list of contact information for campus resources to see who you should contact and review these updates and frequently asked questions that new students may have about the transition to Stanford The FAQs will be updated

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  • Freshman Guide | Stanford Undergrad
    Research Support Academic Excellence Fellowships Awards and Graduation Honors Opportunities Arts Humanities Overseas Off Campus Leadership Public Community Service Diversity Outreach Opportunities After Stanford Graduate and Professional School What s Next Tutoring Support Tutoring Subject Tutoring and Language Practice Hume Center for Writing and Speaking Support Academic Skills Coaching Community Center Resources Health Wellness Resources Freshman Guide Requirements General Advising Academics Pop Quiz When Is the Deadline to Change Units Answer You must have your units set by Friday of Week 3 5pm the same as the add drop deadline If you are taking a variable unit course make sure Axess shows the correct number of units by Friday of Week 3 It s a common confusion that students think they can adjust units on a variable unit class until Friday of Week 8 but this is incorrect After Friday of Week 3 the only way you can change your total number of units is to withdraw from a class Read More Requirements General Advising Academics Pop Quiz When Is the Deadline to Change Units Answer You must have your units set by Friday of Week 3 5pm the same as the add Advising Planning a Heavy Quarter Create a Quarter at a Glance tool to manage a heavy courseload Advising Majors Minors How Do I Declare a Major It depends on the department Cardinal Compass Advising What Should I do If I m interested in the Natural Sciences Read about how to get started in the Natural Sciences at Stanford Before NSO If Cardinal Compass Advising Designing Your First Quarter In Designing Your First Quarter your Academic Director went through a lot of Cardinal Compass General IntroSems What Do the Letters After Course Numbers Mean There are a few standard guidelines that you will see across many departments N

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  • Sophomore Guide | Stanford Undergrad
    Research Support Academic Excellence Fellowships Awards and Graduation Honors Opportunities Arts Humanities Overseas Off Campus Leadership Public Community Service Diversity Outreach Opportunities After Stanford Graduate and Professional School What s Next Tutoring Support Tutoring Subject Tutoring and Language Practice Hume Center for Writing and Speaking Support Academic Skills Coaching Community Center Resources Health Wellness Resources Sophomore Guide Requirements General Advising Academics Pop Quiz When Is the Deadline to Change Units Answer You must have your units set by Friday of Week 3 5pm the same as the add drop deadline If you are taking a variable unit course make sure Axess shows the correct number of units by Friday of Week 3 It s a common confusion that students think they can adjust units on a variable unit class until Friday of Week 8 but this is incorrect After Friday of Week 3 the only way you can change your total number of units is to withdraw from a class Read More Requirements General Advising Academics Pop Quiz When Is the Deadline to Change Units Answer You must have your units set by Friday of Week 3 5pm the same as the add Advising Planning a Heavy Quarter Create a Quarter at a Glance tool to manage a heavy courseload Advising Majors Minors How Do I Declare a Major It depends on the department General Advising Academics Make a Quarter At A Glance Plan It s a really good idea in Week 1 to get an overview of your entire quarter If Cardinal Compass General IntroSems What Do the Letters After Course Numbers Mean There are a few standard guidelines that you will see across many departments N Requirements General What Is an Activity Unit Here s what you need to know about activity units Only 8 completed activity units

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  • Junior Guide | Stanford Undergrad
    Awards and Graduation Honors Opportunities Arts Humanities Overseas Off Campus Leadership Public Community Service Diversity Outreach Opportunities After Stanford Graduate and Professional School What s Next Tutoring Support Tutoring Subject Tutoring and Language Practice Hume Center for Writing and Speaking Support Academic Skills Coaching Community Center Resources Health Wellness Resources Junior Guide Requirements General Advising Academics Pop Quiz When Is the Deadline to Change Units Answer You must have your units set by Friday of Week 3 5pm the same as the add drop deadline If you are taking a variable unit course make sure Axess shows the correct number of units by Friday of Week 3 It s a common confusion that students think they can adjust units on a variable unit class until Friday of Week 8 but this is incorrect After Friday of Week 3 the only way you can change your total number of units is to withdraw from a class Read More Requirements General Advising Academics Pop Quiz When Is the Deadline to Change Units Answer You must have your units set by Friday of Week 3 5pm the same as the add Advising Planning a Heavy Quarter Create a Quarter at a Glance tool to manage a heavy courseload General Advising Academics Make a Quarter At A Glance Plan It s a really good idea in Week 1 to get an overview of your entire quarter If Cardinal Compass General IntroSems What Do the Letters After Course Numbers Mean There are a few standard guidelines that you will see across many departments N Requirements General What Is an Activity Unit Here s what you need to know about activity units Only 8 completed activity units General Opportunities Summer Steps No internship No problem If you happen to find yourself without a formal internship this

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  • Senior Guide | Stanford Undergrad
    Awards and Graduation Honors Opportunities Arts Humanities Overseas Off Campus Leadership Public Community Service Diversity Outreach Opportunities After Stanford Graduate and Professional School What s Next Tutoring Support Tutoring Subject Tutoring and Language Practice Hume Center for Writing and Speaking Support Academic Skills Coaching Community Center Resources Health Wellness Resources Senior Guide Requirements General Advising Academics Pop Quiz When Is the Deadline to Change Units Answer You must have your units set by Friday of Week 3 5pm the same as the add drop deadline If you are taking a variable unit course make sure Axess shows the correct number of units by Friday of Week 3 It s a common confusion that students think they can adjust units on a variable unit class until Friday of Week 8 but this is incorrect After Friday of Week 3 the only way you can change your total number of units is to withdraw from a class Read More Requirements General Advising Academics Pop Quiz When Is the Deadline to Change Units Answer You must have your units set by Friday of Week 3 5pm the same as the add Advising Planning a Heavy Quarter Create a Quarter at a Glance tool to manage a heavy courseload General Advising Academics Make a Quarter At A Glance Plan It s a really good idea in Week 1 to get an overview of your entire quarter If Cardinal Compass General IntroSems What Do the Letters After Course Numbers Mean There are a few standard guidelines that you will see across many departments N Requirements General What Is an Activity Unit Here s what you need to know about activity units Only 8 completed activity units General Opportunities Summer Steps No internship No problem If you happen to find yourself without a formal internship this

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