Stanford Graduate School of Education students have access to a wealth of resources available to the university community.
Vaden Health Center has medical services, a pharmacy and a counseling center open to students.
Vaden also maintains a list of health insurance resources.
The Bridge Peer Counseling Center offers confidential counseling 24 hours/day by phone or in person. Counselors are trained students and services are free and completely confidential.
Stanford Health Library is free, open to the public, and offers health information designed to help you make informed decisions about health and health care.
Office of Accessible Education works to mitigate physical and attitudinal barriers students with disabilities might face. They coordinate accommodations and provide grievance and complaint resolution.
The Centers for Equity, Community, and Leadership is a unit in Student Affairs comprised of the seven community and cultural centers on campus.
A home for people of all religious and non-religious traditions, the Office for Religious and Spiritual Life cultivates meaningful spaces to explore who you are and want to become for the sake of the world.
Hillel at Stanford aims to empower Jewish students at Stanford to explore and deepen their Jewish identities, and to envision their futures with choices inspired by Jewish values and commitments.
On any matters or questions of diversity and inclusion at the GSE, Eric Abrams would be happy to hear from you at firstname.lastname@example.org To discuss something that has taken place in association with the GSE that concerns you, reach out to Eric Abrams at this dedicated account: occurenceGSE@stanford.edu .
Stanford Ombuds provides confidential services to help you resolve and cope more effectively with tough situations that may arise in your academic or workplace environment.
Title IX Office provides students with broad protections from unlawful sexual harassment and sexual misconduct