Help and Support For Students
If you are a STUDENT and…
- are a non-U.S. citizen seeking information about immigration or travel issues related to the federal travel ban, please contact the Bechtel International Center (email@example.com) for assistance. Bechtel staff can facilitate scheduling a free consultation with an immigration attorney through the Immigrants’ Rights Clinic of Stanford Law School to discuss your specific situation. **NEW: If you have concerns about travel outside the United States during the summer and are seeking assistance with housing in the local area, please also contact the Bechtel International Center.
- need help with an issue or concern regarding undocumented status, please contact the Bechtel International Center (firstname.lastname@example.org) for assistance. Bechtel staff can facilitate scheduling a free consultation with an immigration attorney through the Immigrants’ Rights Clinic of Stanford Law School to discuss your specific situation.
- are seeking mental or emotional health support, contact Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at (650) 723-3785. Individual short-term counseling and consultation sessions which specialize in international student concerns, known as CAPS Connects sessions, are offered by Counseling and Psychological Services. These sessions are web-bookable through vadenpatient.stanford.edu and available during the academic year. In addition, CAPS is partnering with campus community centers to offer a range of additional sessions through the Asian American Activities Center, El Centro Chicano y Latino, and The Markaz: Resource Center, among others. Please check vadenpatient.stanford.edu or contact these community centers directly about scheduling.
- need assistance with impacts on your graduate study at Stanford, please contact the Graduate Life Office at (650) 736-7078.
- need assistance with impacts on your undergraduate study, please contact your Academic Advising Director (AAD) or, if you are a student athlete, the Athletic Academic Resource Center (AARC).
- are seeking other kinds of support, dialogue or connections with others, engage with Residential Education or one of Stanford’s community resource centers.
- your plans to seek employment, internships or postdoctoral opportunities have been affected by the executive order, contact these individuals at the appropriate university career centers for guidance and assistance:
- Farouk Dey, BEAM, Stanford Career Education
- Stephanie Eberle, School of Medicine Career Center
- Sofie Kleppner, Office of Postdoctoral Affairs
- Maeve Richard, Graduate School of Business Career Management Center
- Susan Robinson, Stanford Law School Office of Career Services
- Nereyda Salinas, Stanford EdCareers at the Graduate School of Education
The Opportunity Fund makes financial assistance available to students for urgent, short-term needs. Click here for additional information and an application.
Another resource for students is the Dean of Students Office.