GRAD Diversity Day is an invitation only event for selected admitted students and promising applicants from Stanford's schools of Business, Humanities & Sciences, Engineering, Earth Sciences and Education.
Upcoming: GRAD Diversity Day 2016 - Friday, March 11
Why GRAD Diversity Day?
We want prospective students to see that Stanford offers a combination of commitment, resources, and community to allow diverse students to thrive.
These activities are planned to help prospective students make an informed choice about graduate school selection.
Information for Attendees
What Will Happen?
The agenda for the day includes:
- Meetings and meals with faculty and Stanford graduate students
- Campus tours and special workshops
- Talks with Stanford university administrators
- Elegant reception hosted by Provost John Etchemendy and Vice Provost for Graduate Education Patricia Gumport
Key events happen on Friday, but you can also stay for the weekend. Additional time lets you:
- Tour campus housing
- Explore the San Francisco Bay Area
- Asian American Activities Center
- Associated Students of Stanford University (ASSU)
- Black Community Services Center
- Diversity and First Gen Office
- El Centro Chicano y Latino
- Haas Center for Public Service
- James W. Lyons Awards & SAL Campus Impact Awards
- LGBT Community Resources Center
- The Markaz: Resource Center
- Native American Cultural Center
- Student Activities and Leadership (SAL)
- Women's Community Center