Support Undergraduate Education
Other Support for Undergraduate Education
- Cardinal Service is an immersive, sustained public service experiences let students develop the skills and commitment to become devoted citizens at the local, national, and global levels.
- The Opportunity Fund through the First-Gen and/or Low-Income Office provides financial assistance for undergraduate students experiencing a temporary financial hardship. Students can apply for needs such as an emergency plane ticket to visit a sick family member, registration fees for a professional conference, or help with rent to make an unpaid summer internship possible.
- Undergraduate research grants and programs involve students in original research and scholarship with faculty mentors.
- The Office of Student Productions is a one-stop shop for students who need space, materials, or other resources for extracurricular, artistic productions. The OSP offers advising, an equipment library, and access to Roble Arts Gym, an open space where students can create art, practice dance and theater, record music, and more.
These are just a few of the programs donors can support by creating endowed or expendable funds. To learn more about the myriad undergraduate programs throughout Stanford's schools and institutes, please speak with a member of the development staff.