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Undergraduate Programs

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For many students, college is a life-changing experience. The Equity and Inclusion Initiatives team aims to support undergraduate students throughout their academic journey.

Through our programs, students can get a head start on college life, receive financial relief for summer sessions and get more experience in calculus and computer science with help from a graduate student mentor.  

Most important, students can build community and make lifelong connections through our many student societies.

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Stanford Summer Engineering Academy

Through labs, lectures and excursions on and off campus, SSEA offers incoming undergraduate students a preview of college life before the fall quarter begins.

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Summer Session Grants

Designed for undergraduate students on an engineering track, this grant provides financial aid so students can take courses during the summer and better balance their workload throughout the year.

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Additional Calculus for Engineers

ACE provides undergraduate students with individual tutoring, exam review sessions and other resources.

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Find community at Stanford Engineering

Get to know the student societies that make Stanford Engineering unique.

“As a first-generation student, navigating through college can feel overwhelming. Luckily, I was able to form part of the Stanford Summer Engineering Academy (SSEA) … that provided the exposure, guidance, and friendships that I needed to succeed in the field.”

— Alejandra Orozoco, Class of 2022