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We meet the full demonstrated need, without loans, for every admitted undergrad who qualifies for financial assistance.

In the Spotlight

U.S. Constitution

Constitution Day Lecture

In observance of the anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution, Stanford History Professor Jack Rakove will speak on "The Electoral College and the Crisis of Presidential Legitimacy: Some Dark Concerns." Tuesday, September 20, 4:30pm. See the event page for location, details, and free registration.


Creating Your Personal Budget

This video from Federal Student Aid provides tips on creating and following a budget to manage your expenses while you are in college. Stanford gives you a head start on budgeting—check out the Cost of Attendance section of your financial aid award letter!

Munger Graduate Housing

Graduate Housing Loan

Graduate and professional students may apply for loan funds from the University to help with move-in costs for off-campus housing, such as first and last month's rent and security deposit.