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Key Undergraduate Initiatives

Donor support is critical to sustaining programs and resources that equip Stanford students to thrive during their undergraduate years, and to prepare them for lives of purpose and meaning.

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The Stanford undergraduate experience

Expanding access and opportunity through financial aid is the first part of an undergraduate experience that nurtures the entire student, inside and outside the classroom. Through academic and social enrichment initiatives, public service commitments, experiential learning opportunities, and on- and off-campus support programs, Stanford students gain not only skills and knowledge, but also breadth, compassion, resilience, and the capacity for leadership.

Priorities and programs

Infographic showcasing how three key undergraduate initiatives work together to support education for a life of purpose. Those priorities are expanding access and opportunity, equipping students to thrive, and educating leaders and global citizens

Questions? Want to learn more?

For information on how to support the undergraduate experience at Stanford, contact:

Julia Hartung, ’82
Executive Director of Development, Undergraduate Education
(650) 723-9053
julia.hartung@stanford.edu