In 2005 Stanford University broke ground on the renovation and expansion of the building adjacent to the main building. Victoria, ’61, and Roger Sant made this expansion possible.
The Sant Building houses several more classrooms and gathering spaces for students as well as our Art Gallery, which is open to the public.
The MaryLou and George Boone Distance Learning Center
is a state of the art room built with teleconferencing technology. The DLC, as we call it, is used for classes, speakers, bicoastal meetings, and cross country classes, conferences, and presentations.
The J. Susan Rosse Library, AB ’76
is a classroom and study area as well as a library with collections pertaining to Washington-focused study, including health, economic, and foreign policy.
The J. Fred Weintz, Jr., ’48 Study
is a gathering space for small groups and opens out onto our Terrace and Green Roof.
has come to be quite popular with the Washington community. Our exhibits range from 3 to 6 months in length and feature artists of all mediums.
is a second lounge for students to gather, watch movies and enjoy each others’ company.
Clockwise from top left: green roof, library, learning center, dining room, lounge, library. Photos by Stacey Vaeth Photography.