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The Office of Student Financial Services and the Registrar’s Office work closely together to accurately generate your bill. The role of the Registrar’s Office is to record the academic statuses such as degree program(s), major(s), and TGR (terminal graduate residency) that may affect your bill. Based on that information, the Office of Student Financial Services assesses your tuition and fees.
Their site provides general information for prospective students, currently enrolled students, families, and alumni about the aid application process, types of aid available, loan processing procedures, and many other topics.
Students are required to carry health insurance; the Vaden Health Center offers Cardinalcare. All students enrolled on the main Stanford campus are also required to pay the Campus Health Service Fee which covers most of the services provided by Vaden Health Center, including primary care medical visits, psychological evaluation and short-term therapy at Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), and health and wellness programs. Spouses and domestic partners may use most services on a fee basis.