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Important Information Regarding COVID-19

For quickest response to an issue, please submit a ServiceNow Ticket to the Student Services Center. If you prefer to talk to an SSC Specialist, we offer advising sessions via Zoom by appointment.


Latest information about the University's response to COVID-19 • Academic questions are extensively answered in the TeachAnywhere FAQ • Latest updates for: UndergraduatesGrad Students and Postdocs


See the Registrar's COVID-19 and Academic Continuity page for information for students, faculty, and staff relevant to classes and academic activities and administration.

Resources

Academic Assistance

Academic Skills Coaching

Academic life at Stanford can be challenging. The pace, complexity, and volume of material encountered in the quarter system challenges students to learn more effectively and efficiently. Our academic coaches help you navigate these challenges by providing you with the tools to balance the many demands that are placed on you as a Stanford student. We work one-on-one with you to help you improve your academic strategies, suggest changes to your approach, find school/life balance, and provide encouragement as you implement new ways of learning. https://learningconnection.stanford.edu/academic-skills-coaching/academic-coaching

Office of Accessible Education 

The Office of Accessible Education (OAE) is the campus office designated to work with Stanford students with disabilities, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels (including the professional schools). The OAE provides a wide array of support services, academic /housing accommodations, and programs to remove barriers to full participation in the life of the University.  https://oae.stanford.edu/about-us

Contact and Location Information: 

650-723-1066
563 Salvatierra Walk
Stanford, CA 94305
oae-contactus@stanford.edu

Schwab Learning Center 

The Schwab Learning Center (SLC) offers learning strategies for undergraduate and graduate students with learning differences (dyslexia, ADHD or other learning disabilities) or suspected learner variability. Working with a Learning Specialist, the student obtains a comprehensive Personal Learning Profile, which includes recommended services, such as executive function training, one on one subject tutoring, assistive technology training, and/or other learning strategies. There is no cost to use services and students may self-refer to the SLC. https://slc.stanford.edu/

Contact and Location Information: 

563 Salvatierra Walk, Room 126
Stanford, CA 94305
schwablearningcenter@stanford.edu

Continued Service

Continuing Education:

GoGrad.org is dedicated to matching students to the perfect graduate degree program. http://www.gograd.org/financial-aid/scholarships/military-veterans/

Networking/Professional

Veteran Services

  • www.Vetcenter.va.gov
  • San Mateo Veterans Services Office: (650) 802-6598
  • California Dept. Veterans: (510) 286-0627
  • Disabled American Veterans: (510) 834-2921

Veterans Administration Medical Facilities

  • Palo Alto: (650) 493-5000
  • San Francisco: (415)221-4810
  • San Bruno Outpatient Clinic: (650)615-6000

VA GI Bill® Official Web Site

Our VA regional processing center is the Buffalo Regional Office. Contact Information is:
Education Benefits Phone Number: 1-888-GIBILL-1 (1-888-442-4551)