CENTRAL UNIVERSITY RESOURCES FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
Diversity and Access Office: Provides an array of services and resources designed to ensure equal opportunity and address bias and discrimination, as well as assists individuals with disabilities who have requests for accommodations in the workplace and access to Stanford facilities, programs, and activities.
Office of Accessible Education: The campus office designated to work with Stanford students with disabilities, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels (including the professional schools). The OAC provides a wide array of support services, accommodations, and programs to remove barriers to full participation in the life of the University.
Schwab Learning Center: Offers students with learning disabilities and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder a wide array of state-of-the-art services and resources to enrich the learning and research opportunities at Stanford.
Disability@Stanford: A website featuring the achievements, events, and work of the disability community and its allies at Stanford University. It is maintained by The Stanford Disability Initiative, a working group launched in 2017 by a coalition of students, faculty, and staff who aim to push forward the ongoing need for access rights and disability equity at Stanford University through community-building and academic scholarship.
SCHOOL DIVERSITY OFFICERS
Each of Stanford's seven Schools has diversity officers who can answer questions about graduate studies in their school. For the three Schools involved in this Program those individuals are:
STUDENT GROUPS & COMMUNITY CENTERS
A complete list of Stanford community and ethnic centers: LEARN MORE >>