Graduate students may sublicense their rooms/apartments under certain circumstances if established procedures are followed.
- Students who violate the sublicensing policies and/or the Residence Agreement risk permanently losing their housing privileges, incurring fees, and being referred to the Office of Community Standards for judicial review
- Undergraduates are not eligible to sublicense
- Extended family of students are not eligible to sublicense
- Sublicensing is not permitted within off-campus subsidized housing
- Unauthorized sublicense arrangements will result in a minimum charge of $450
Stanford students may post a listing for their space in graduate housing in order to sublicense for up to one term per academic year. Current or incoming Stanford affiliates who are looking for a short-term room or apartment may view the listings. A Sublicense Agreement form and other documents must be submitted to Housing Assignments for review and approval before an agreement can be finalized.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Office: 650-725-2810 Fax: 650-736-1297
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