Graduate students living in student housing with a full-year license can find a non-undergrad, adult Stanford affiliate to sublicense for one academic term per year. Only Stanford affiliates of graduate student age are eligible and rates charged cannot be higher than the rates paid by the students. Gender, occupancy, and other limits apply. During the Autumn and Winter quarters, only matriculated graduate students can contract for a sublicense until demand has been met from un-houses matriculated graduate students.
Many individuals come to Stanford each summer to do research, work, or attend a conference which does not provide housing. Limited accommodations are available to these Stanford affiliates. Guests must be at least 18 years old, and the minimum stay in most locations is 14 nights. Rates are higher than the student rates, as they are not subsidized by the University. The applications is available through the Stanford Conferences web site.
Dates for 2013 are June 22 to August 18. Housing for guests under the age of 21 is very limited.
Faculty and executive-level staff are eligible to rent or purchase faculty housing located on campus. Visiting scholars who will be at Stanford for six months or longer are eligible to rent these on-campus homes. There are condominiums, duplexes, and single family homes available, which may be advertised through any and all advertising resources.
Stanford affiliates and visitors can stay at the Stanford Guest House, located off of Sand Hill Road near Highway 280. There is a free shuttle to the main campus. Amenities include free wired and wireless Internet, air conditioning, and cable television.
Stanford has partnered with Places4Students to maintain a database of rentals advertised by local landlords who wish to rent to Stanford affiliates. Only current and incoming Stanford affiliates can access the Stanford listings. A Stanford email address is needed, but incoming affiliates who do not yet have a Stanford email address can contact the Community Housing office for access.
Last modified Wed, 23 Oct, 2013 at 13:06