Stanford University

Stanford, CA 94305 | (650) 723-2300

#5 (tie) in National Universities | Overall Score 95/100.0

Stanford University. Front entrance with Oval. (Credit Linda A. Cicero / Stanford News Service)

Palm trees in the Stanford University Quad. (Linda A. Cicero / Stanford News Service)

Stanford University, Main Quad portal, view from Lomita Mall. (Credit Linda A. Cicero / Stanford News Service)

Aerial view of Stanford University. (Linda A. Cicero / Stanford News Service)

Stanford's Bing Concert Hall (Linda Cicero, Stanford News Service)

Stanford's Huang Engineering Center (Linda Cicero, Stanford News Service)

Student walking on Stanford's Main Quadrangle (Linda Cicero, Stanford News Service)

Stanford's Main Quadrangle at night (Kate Chesley, Stanford University Communications)

Stanford's Memorial Church at night (Kate Chesley, Stanford University Communications)

Stanford University students at graduation (Kate Chesley, Stanford University Communications)

Members of the Stanford football team celebration graduation (Linda Cicero, Stanford News Service)

The Tree is the unofficial mascot of Stanford University (Linda Cicero, Stanford News Service)

A Stanford class on the Main Quadrangle (Linda Cicero, Stanford News Service)

The staff of residence hall Ujamaa at Stanford University prepares to welcome new students. (L.A. Cicero, Stanford News Service)

Stanford students sitting on the university Main Quadrangle. (L.A. Cicero, Stanford News Service)

Undergraduate Richie Sapp was part of a Stanford team whose research could make it easier for adults to learn, and possibly heal after brain. (L.A. Cicero, Stanford News Service)

Members of the Stanford women's rowing team at an early morning practice. (Stanford Athletics)

Angell Field on the Stanford University campus. (Kate Chesley)

The McMurtry Building houses the Department of Art and Art History. (Linda Cicero)

The Stanford Dish is located in the foothills near the university. (Aaron Kehoe)

Cardinal fans at a Stanford football game. (John Todd, Stanford Athletics)

Theater students at Stanford prepare for a performance. (Linda Cicero)

Stanford University. Corridor in the Quad. (Linda A. Cicero / Stanford News Service)

Stanford University. Front entrance with Oval. (Credit Linda A. Cicero / Stanford News Service)

Palm trees in the Stanford University Quad. (Linda A. Cicero / Stanford News Service)

Stanford University, Main Quad portal, view from Lomita Mall. (Credit Linda A. Cicero / Stanford News Service)

Aerial view of Stanford University. (Linda A. Cicero / Stanford News Service)

Stanford's Bing Concert Hall (Linda Cicero, Stanford News Service)

Stanford's Huang Engineering Center (Linda Cicero, Stanford News Service)

Student walking on Stanford's Main Quadrangle (Linda Cicero, Stanford News Service)

Stanford's Main Quadrangle at night (Kate Chesley, Stanford University Communications)

Stanford's Memorial Church at night (Kate Chesley, Stanford University Communications)

Stanford University students at graduation (Kate Chesley, Stanford University Communications)

Members of the Stanford football team celebration graduation (Linda Cicero, Stanford News Service)

The Tree is the unofficial mascot of Stanford University (Linda Cicero, Stanford News Service)

A Stanford class on the Main Quadrangle (Linda Cicero, Stanford News Service)

The staff of residence hall Ujamaa at Stanford University prepares to welcome new students. (L.A. Cicero, Stanford News Service)

Stanford students sitting on the university Main Quadrangle. (L.A. Cicero, Stanford News Service)

Undergraduate Richie Sapp was part of a Stanford team whose research could make it easier for adults to learn, and possibly heal after brain. (L.A. Cicero, Stanford News Service)

Members of the Stanford women's rowing team at an early morning practice. (Stanford Athletics)

Angell Field on the Stanford University campus. (Kate Chesley)

The McMurtry Building houses the Department of Art and Art History. (Linda Cicero)

The Stanford Dish is located in the foothills near the university. (Aaron Kehoe)

Cardinal fans at a Stanford football game. (John Todd, Stanford Athletics)

Theater students at Stanford prepare for a performance. (Linda Cicero)

Stanford University. Corridor in the Quad. (Linda A. Cicero / Stanford News Service)

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