Class of 2025 & Transfers
Welcome! We are excited to welcome you to our Stanford family and help you prepare for your first year on The Farm. Approaching Stanford began on May 10 for the Class of 2025, and on June 7 for new transfers. Please use your SUNet ID to check your Stanford email account and to log into Canvas to view your Approaching Stanford Requirements. All Approaching Stanford and official university communications will be sent to your Stanford email account - please check your Stanford email regularly and complete required action items.
Approaching Stanford is the process that guides all new undergraduates in the transition to life on The Farm. Throughout the summer, you'll be introduced to the Stanford community while completing new student requirements. The process culminates with New Student Orientation when you move to campus in September.
Move-In & New Student Orientation
We are excited to welcome you campus! Incoming frosh and transfers will move in September 11-13 and New Student Orientation will take place September 14-19, 2021. All new students are required to live on campus and participate in New Student Orientation.
A Note About Campus Events and Meetings
Please note that as an admitted or incoming student, you are not yet an enrolled student at Stanford and therefore you should not attend university-sponsored events or meetings (virtual or in-person) or join student organizations intended only for current students, before the beginning of the 2021-22 academic year. You will be able to engage with student groups and campus offices and programs through Cardinal Quad and Cardinal Days, both managed by the Office of Undergraduate Admission, and through Approaching Stanford. You are welcome to attend any university-sponsored events that are open to the public.
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