Expanded Advising Programs

Undergraduate Advising and Research, in conjunction with campus community centers, provides additional advising opportunities through Expanded Advising Programs (EAP) for first-year students who share a common interest or background. These programs are co-sponsored by the Asian American Activities Center, the Black Community Services Center, the Athletics Department, El Centro Chicano y Latino, the Native American Cultural Center , the Diversity and First Gen Office, and the LGBT Community Resources Center.

Designed to smooth the transition to academic and social life at Stanford, EAP offers access to graduate and undergraduate mentors, community-themed workshops, seminars and discussions on academic opportunities like scholarships, fellowships, and research, dinners with distinguished Stanford faculty, and networking with Stanford alumni. Students may elect to participate in EAP for 1 unit of credit during Autumn and/or Winter Quarters.