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Stanford students create and apply knowledge by thinking and doing, preparing for leadership in a rapidly changing world.

2,304 Faculty members
5:1 Student-to-faculty ratio
Nearly 200 Graduate fields of study

Undergraduate Studies

Undergraduate Education

Stanford Undergrad is your guide to undergraduate academics and opportunities run by the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education.

Stanford Undergrad


Explore the 67 major fields of undergraduate study at Stanford.

Explore Majors

Undergraduate Facts & Figures

Approximately 7,700 undergraduate students attend Stanford. Learn more about the undergraduate program and student body.

Facts about the Undergraduate Program

Seven schools on one campus offer students boundless opportunities to pursue their passions and collaborate on solving complex global problems.

Learn more about our seven schools

Graduate Studies

Office of the Vice Provost for Graduate Education

The VPGE office works collaboratively across the University to ensure that every graduate student has the best possible education.

Graduate Education

Graduate Facts & Figures

Today, 9,565 students are pursuing 14 distinct postbaccalaureate degrees in nearly 200 graduate programs in all seven of Stanford’s schools. Learn more about graduate studies at Stanford.

Facts about Graduate Studies

Lifelong Learning

From Pre-K to College Readiness

Stanford offers a wide range of programs, classes, internships, and an entire online high school. Our world-class faculty challenge young people to explore and achieve – through STEM research, internationally focused courses, and arts experiences.

Pre-K to College Readiness

Professional Development

Learn from our expert faculty as you grow your knowledge in your professional sphere or prepare to pivot into a new career.

Professional Development

Learning for Exploration and Enrichment

No matter where you live or work, Stanford offers learning opportunities that empower you to feed your curiosity, seek meaning, and engage wholeheartedly in the world.

Learning for Exploration and Enrichment