Students can choose from over 70 undergraduate programs.
The student-to-faculty ratio is 5:1 and nearly 70% of classes have fewer than 19 students.
Stanford believes that the best education develops from a vibrant, diverse community that actively affirms both the differences among its members and their numerous points of connection.
Stanford is committed to the liberal arts and offers many interdisciplinary programs, which draw from multiple departments.
Stanford operates on the quarter system, which provides the flexibility to double major, minor, graduate with honors and/or pursue a master’s degree through its coterminal degree program.
Students have the opportunity to get involved in cutting edge research with notable faculty even as first years.
Stanford Introductory Studies offer students a chance to take electives especially designed for first- and second-year students, including introductory Seminars, Sophomore College, Arts Intensive and Bing Honors College.
Frosh 101 courses support students as they transition to Stanford's dynamic campus, creating a space to establish friendships, gain advice, and reflect in their new community.
Pre-professional advising is available for students interested in pursuing medicine, law, and business.
The Bing Overseas Studies Program presents undergraduates with numerous opportunities for enriching and diversifying their undergraduate experience.