IMPORTANT UPDATE: Stanford Visitor Center closed until further notice; all tours, programs, and information sessions suspended from Monday, March 9 through at least Sunday, May 3. (Updated 4/2/2020)
In response to COVID-19 and in accordance with recently released guidelines from federal and county agencies, all Visitor Center tours from Monday, March 9 through at least Sunday, May 3 have been suspended, and no student led tours of campus will be offered this spring. The Visitor Center is now closed as well until further notice.
We are sorry for this inconvenience. We know many of you have been looking forward to touring our campus, but with recent developments, it is our responsibility to do our part to protect the public and our campus community. This includes taking measures to reduce visitor traffic to the University. For those of you already on campus or in the area, paper maps are available outside the Visitor Center doors. We recommend, however, the use of downloadable maps and virtual tours (available on this website). We also strongly recommend downloading the free and highly useful Stanford Mobile app (https://uit.stanford.edu/stanford-mobile) for University information, updates, maps, and services.
Urgent Announcement Regarding Admit Weekend
We are canceling the in-person version of this year’s Admit Weekend, our annual spring event for prospective undergraduates who have been or will be offered admission to Stanford. This year’s event was originally scheduled for the weekend of April 23-26. While we are disappointed to take this step, we believe it is prudent given the continued spread of COVID-19 and changing travel conditions.
We are working, however, to develop replacement programming and are excited by the possibilities for an innovative and compelling virtual experience for our admitted students to the Class of 2024. Go Cardinal!
Update on COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) as it pertains to Stanford University
Stanford University is continually monitoring the status of COVID-19, also called novel coronavirus, with the health and well-being of our community firmly in mind. We are continuing to follow the guidance of the federal Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Santa Clara County Department of Public Health as we evaluate conditions, make decisions and provide updated information to our community regarding COVID-19.
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