How do I arrange a visit or tour of campus in August?
You can easily just help yourself and do a self-guided tour. Otherwise participate in an official Campus Walking Tour and spend an hour with a student guide exploring the highlights of Stanford’s beautiful campus. A great introduction for first-time visitors and tourists.
The Campus Walking Tour departs from the Stanford Visitor Center.
Schedule-7 days a week
11:00am & 3:15pm
The tour may be limited or closed during academic breaks and holidays.
No reservations are required for parties of 8 or fewer. We cannot accommodate parties larger than 8 on the Campus Walking Tour. Groups of 9 or more must book a group tour.
Hope this helps!
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Tresidder Memorial Union, 2nd floor
Stanford, CA 94305
Please contact Student Services to see if they can help or guide you.
Stanford University has a great home page on the web and it probably has a specific answer, but I know that they do have student tours on a daily basis, but I'm afraid I don't know who organizes them or the specific times. The art museums all have tours but those are specific to each location. The Rodin sculpture gardens are mostly outdoors and, as such, can be toured @ your convenience. The athletic facilities are opened predominantly year round so you can tour yourself through those hallowed grounds @ your convenience. Basically my recommendation is that you get yourself on campus and let the whole experience unfold before you. P.S. Tours go up Hover Tower daily (every 15minutes or so) and from the observation platform you can see the entire Bay Area on a clear day. Enjoy!
I think the above answer says all you need to know. (Love2Travel) And I believe the information about museums needs to be checked. We have taken house guests ourselves, and they have always enjoyed just walking around the campus. Don't miss the church!
we were fortunate to be there during the last day before spring break so there was a tour. My daughter enjoyed it. the tour was fine. No bells or whistles but what she needed to know about applying.
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