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Engage with Stanford University to accelerate solutions on mutual challenges, enjoy the quiet beauty of the campus, and partake in world-class art and performances, premier athletics, and opportunities for lifelong learning.

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Long-Range Vision

Fueled by optimism, ingenuity and a sense of responsibility, we seek to accelerate our purposeful impact in the world.

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Rise Up Exhibit: In response to the precipitous increase in Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) hate crimes throughout the United States, the staff of Stanford Libraries created the Rise Up against AAPI Hate exhibit which focuses on the history of systemic racism against the AAPI community. This exhibit has both an online and physical presence. The physical exhibit is in the East Asia Library 

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Stanford Facts

Founded by Leland and Jane Stanford in 1885 as a memorial to their only son, Stanford is affectionately known as “The Farm.”

About Us

Part of External Relations, the Office of Community Engagement (OCE) creates a more purposeful and organized engagement between Stanford and the external communities with which the university interacts. OCE leverages the expertise and resources of dozens of diverse campus engagement hubs to strengthen and advance collaboration with external communities, with a focus on addressing mutual challenges around affordability, education, health, and sustainability.

Meet the Office of Community Engagement