The physical plan of the Stanford campus recognizes that a true college experience can only exist with students and faculty living and learning in the same areas, a belief that has been preserved since the University first opened in 1891. Stanford's small-house system guarantees campus housing to entering freshmen for all four years, and all first-year students are required to live on campus.
Stanford provides varied housing options through nearly 80 residences including:
All houses foster abundant social opportunities, including dances, theme nights, intramural athletic games and off-campus day and weekend trips. Each type of residence offers a distinct lifestyle that tries to meet the needs of Stanford's diverse student body.
Dining at Stanford is residentially based and, as such, the dining table becomes an intimate space not only to share good company but also to discuss, debate and exchange ideas and perspectives. Students living on campus are required to purchase a meal plan and typically eat in the dining hall located within their dormitory (but they are welcome to eat at any of the dining halls on campus.)
Stanford Dining leads the industry in its commitment to providing the highest quality, best-tasting and most diverse menus possible. The award-winning chefs have years of experience in preparing an extensive selection of regional and international cuisine. Each meal served at every Stanford Dining location has vegetarian and vegan options. Stanford dining also guarantees one daily halal meat entr?e for dinner per dining hall, clearly labeled with the consistent "Halal Dish" sign and logo. Kosher dining is available through the Kennedy Kosher Coop and Florence Moore dining hall.
A number of additional campus eateries provide opportunities to grab a quick bite, including:
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