At Stanford Engineering, we aim to support students at every step of their academic journey.
The Equity and Inclusion team in the Dean’s Office of Student Affairs hosts a variety of programs and events for admitted and matriculated graduate students.
Explore Stanford. To increase the yield of graduate students who come from diverse backgrounds, GRAD Day introduces admitted students to resources available to them at Stanford.
Advance early. Incoming doctoral students get a jumpstart on their academic journey during an intensive eight-week residential program.
Give back. Earn additional funding by teaching weekly small group sessions for undergraduates needing additional support in introductory courses in math, computational and mathematical engineering, and computer science.
Womxn of Color in Engineering
Deepen connections. We encourage Black and Latinx womxn graduate students to bond over shared experiences, ally with mentors, and enhance their leadership and professional development skills as part of an extensive network of university-wide support services.
Engineering Equity and Innovation Partnership
Become a change agent. Apply for micro-grants that provide you with the agency to plan and coordinate your own projects related to diversity, inclusion, belonging, and wellness.
Build community. Student organizations offer community involvement opportunities, professional development workshops, and academic assistance.
The School of Engineering Dean’s Graduate Student Advisory Council (DGSAC) is a crucial part of Stanford Engineering’s efforts to increase transparency and communication between our graduate students and Stanford Engineering leadership. 2020-21 Council Self nomination form