Welcome Class of 2024!
The Sophomore Welcome team is thrilled to welcome you as a full class to the Farm! We know your class has been eagerly waiting to come together and we are excited to help you get ready to come to campus and to give you opportunities to connect with your class.
Sophomore Move-in (September 15-19)
Details for booking your move-in appointment have been provided from R&DE Student Housing. If you have not yet signed up for a move-in appointment, please log into the move-in portal to do so. Each student will be permitted to have two guests to accompany them into their residence to assist with move-in.
Sophomore Convocation at Frost Amphitheater
September 19, 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
We are thrilled to share that it is now possible for us to do a sophomore convocation! President Marc Tessier-Lavigne will welcome sophomores and their families to Stanford at the 1st Sophomore Opening Convocation Ceremony, the formal inauguration of the academic year. Together with their classmates, students will participate in celebrating the beginning of the year at this time-honored tradition, held this year in Frost Amphitheater. We invite all families to share this experience with your student by watching the Convocation Ceremony with us via livestream (more info soon!). For family members visiting campus on this day, each new student may invite up to two guests to join us at this in-person event outdoors. Guests must adhere to Stanford's Visitor Policy and reserve tickets in advance. More soon! Please note that this event is subject to change, due to health and safety considerations related to COVID-19. Thank you for your understanding.
A Note About Accessibility & Accommodations
Accommodations are available for those with accessibility or disability needs during Sophomore Welcome. Contact the Diversity and Access Office by calling (650) 725-0326 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org for disability access information and/or to request assistance for Sophomore Welcome.
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