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The following are additional program and resources available to undergraduate and graduate Stanford students.

OrganizationPurposeHow to Contact
Undocumented at Stanford UniversityUndocumented at Stanford provides information and resources for current members of the Stanford community, prospective students and all others who may have questions about issues related to undocumented status.Visit
Stanford | DisabilityThe Stanford Disability Initiative aims to increase visibility of disability at Stanford and to provide a guiding framework so that the university is proactive, accessible, and inclusive.Visit
Student Affairs: Black Lives Matter Resources and SupportFind information shared by the ASSU, Asian American Activities Center, Black Community Services Center, El Centro Chicano y Latino, The Markaz: Resource Center, Queer Student Resources, the Women's Community Center, the Centers of Equity, Community and Leadership, the First Generation and/or Low-Income Office, and more. Visit
Student Affairs: Stop AAPI HateStanford commits to supporting its Asian, Asian American, and Pacific Islander communities within the wake of this new wave of hate and xenophobia. As a small step in ensuring this support, Stanford has created a page of materials and suggestions to help you feel resourced, empowered, and heard. While this is not an exhaustive list, we will be continually updating it with vetted resources. Visit
Student Affairs: Loneliness and ConnectionLoneliness and social isolation have been top of mind for many of us during the pandemic. Our very basic human need for connection with family, loved ones, and community members can feel at odds with physical distancing, avoiding gatherings, and stay-at-home orders.Visit 
Grieving at Stanford UniversityYou’ve had a serious loss, and you’re feeling a bit lost yourself. And you need some help, whether to cope with a death of someone you love or know, or with a deep disruption in your life or to your future. Grieving is natural and necessary, but there’s no one way to deal with loss. Certainly, there’s no “correct” way, since everybody is different. We can offer assistance and resources at Stanford that we hope can help get you and your community through this difficult time and find your way to healing and peace. Visit
Student Affairs: Weiland Health InitiativeOur mission is to promote mental health and wellness across the spectrum of gender identities and sexual orientations through education, training and clinical services at Stanford and beyond.Visit
Wellbeing at Stanford Coaches – Vaden CenterWell-Being at Stanford Coaches are experts in the change process and serve as skilled partners to help you make shifts in beliefs and behaviors to improve your overall well-being, or simply offer support when you’re struggling.  With them, you can clarify values, set goals and priorities, talk through challenges, and create your own vision for well-being.Visit
FLI Student Success CenterThe FLI Student Success Center aims to provide holistic support for First Generation and/or Low Income (FLI) students at Stanford. This includes providing them with critical resources, networks, and services that set them up for success.Visit 
Office for Military-Affiliated CommunitiesThe Office for Military-Affiliated Communities (OMAC) focuses on the administration and management of VA financial benefits, coordinates and supports educational opportunities for military-affiliated communities. OMAC provides centralized support for Stanford’s student veterans.Visit
Bechtel International CenterResources and support for international students and scholars and their familiesVisit