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Latest information about the University's response to COVID-19 • Academic questions are extensively answered in the TeachAnywhere FAQ • Latest updates for: Undergraduates • Grad Students and Postdocs
See the Registrar's COVID-19 and Academic Continuity page for information for students, faculty, and staff relevant to classes and academic activities and administration. (updated May 21, 2020)
Official online University publication containing information about the University and its schools, departments, and programs, and degree requirements for the schools of Earth Sciences, Education, Engineering, and Humanities and Sciences as well as degree requirements for masters and doctoral programs in the School of Medicine. The Bulletin publishes courses and scheduled classes on its ExploreCourses resource.
Undergraduate Graduation Checklist
A comprehensive list of steps required to graduate and resources available to assist students to prepare to graduate.
The coterminal degree program permits Stanford undergraduates to study for a bachelor's and a master's degree simultaneously, in the same or different departments. All coterm programs are accepting online applications. Applications can be submitted using the ApplyWeb system. For information regarding University eligibility for coterm admission, please see the Stanford Bulletin and the Registrar's Office web page.
Descriptions of graduate programs offered, specific application requirements, deadlines for applying, and description of housing facilities and expenses of study.
Graduate Academic Policies and Procedures Handbook
This Graduate Academic Policies and Procedures handbook (the GAP handbook) is a compilation of university policies and other information related to the academic progress of Stanford graduate students—from their application and admission, to the conferral of degrees and retention of records.
Guide for New Graduate Students
Information for newly admitted graduate students on financing graduate study, registration, health requirements, housing, and visas for international students.
See the Registrar's Dissertation and Thesis Submission page for information on preparing electronic dissertations and Theses, and paper dissertations and theses.