STANFORD STUDENT HOUSING Jessica Engelson Student Affairs

					STANFORD STUDENT HOUSING

           Jessica Engelson
 Graduate Housing Assignments


                General Information:
        http://studenthousing.stanford.edu


   Email: housingassignments@lists.stanford.edu
               Phone: 650-725-2810

Address: Harold Modular, 630 Serra Street, Suite 110
                 Upcoming Dates and Deadlines
    April 14 – Axess (http://axess.stanford.edu) opens for
     applications
    April 16 – Deadline for students seeking special
     accommodations to submit special medical requests to
     Student Disability Resource Center and to file summer
     2010 and 2010-11 applications in Axess.
    May 6 – Disability assignments announced
    May 6 – Deadline for Single Grads, Couples and Families
     to apply on Axess for summer 2010 and 2010-11
    May 22 – Assignment results available on Axess
    May 30 – Deadline to apply for summer waiting list
    June 4 – Summer waiting list results announced
    June 11 – Deadline to cancel 2010-11 Single Grad, Couple
     without Children and Students with Children Housing
     assignments for just $100 fee
    June 14 – Summer start date for students on-campus
    June 19 – Summer start date for students off-campus
    July 1 – EFS summer contracts begin
    July 4 – Deadline to apply for the 2010-11 waiting list
    July 17 – Results of the 2010-11 waiting list are available
          On-campus Amenities

  Free ‘Just Like Home’ coinless/cardless
   laundry program All utilities included in rent
  High speed internet access, phone and local
   calls for ~$52/quarter
  Computer clusters
  Lounges, music practice rooms, and other
   common rooms
  Nearby parking (permit required)
  Cable TV with Stanford programming and
   educational channels; optional subscription
   services
  Free Stanford shuttle service to campus and
   off-campus locations, including local
   shopping areas and restaurants
  On-site professional and student residence
   staff
  Easy bike to the center of campus
                   2010-11 Families– Escondido Village
                Families can live in furnished or unfurnished apts. in
                 Escondido Village
Bedroom/Bath Occupancy                  Monthly Price   Description
Escondido Village - 2010-11
1 BR/1 Bath      Single parent 1        $1,476          Low rise apt. may not be in family
                 child                                  neighborhood
2 BR/1 Bath      1 to 2 children        $1,690          Low-rise apt. family neighborhood
3 BR/1 Bath      2 to 3 children        $2,042          Low-rise apt. family neighborhood




        Family neighborhood play area                           Low-rise apts.
                     2010-11 Couples – Escondido & Munger
                 Couples can live in furnished or unfurnished apts.
Bedroom/Bath                Occupancy                   Monthly Price Description
Escondido Village
1 BR/1 Bath                 Couple                      $1,475           Mostly mid-rise apts. &
                                                                         some high-rise apts.
1 BR/1 Bath plus den        Two student couple only     $1,678           Low-rise apts.
2 BR/1 Bath                 Two student couple only     $1,813           Low-rise apts.
Munger
Studio/1 Bath               Couple                      $1,514           Hard to Get!
1 BR/1 Bath                 Couple                      $1,980           Hard to Get!




Escondido Village Mid-rise apts.      Escondido Village Low-rise apts.           Munger apts.
            2010-11 Single Graduates – Escondido
              Escondido Village houses the majority of the single grads on
               campus in several styles of apartments
Bedroom/Bath             Occupancy Monthly Price Description
Studio/1 Bath            1 person   $1,141           Studio buildings full or academic yr.
1 BR/1 Bath              2 people   $612 each        Shared mid- or high-rise apt., one
                                                     person uses living room as bedroom
1 BR/1 Bath              1 person   $1,475           Very rare!
2 BR efficiency/1 Bath   2 people   $651 each        Shared high-rise apt., no living room
2 BR/1 Bath              2 people   $907 each        Shared low-rise apt.
2 BR/1 Bath              3 people   $612 each        Shared low-rise apt. one person
                                                     uses living room as bedroom
3 BR/1 Bath              3 people   $789 each        Shared low-rise apt.




     High-rise apts.                  Studio apts.                     Low-rise apts.
                  2010-11 Single Graduate – Rains

                  Rains is available for single students in academic- and
                   full- year contracts
Bedroom/Bath            Occupancy Monthly Price Description
2 BR/1 Bath             2 people         $907 each    Shared apt.
4 BR/2 Bath             4 people         $902 each    Shared apt.




                                                      Living Room
                        Rains Exterior




              Kitchen                      Bathroom                 Bedroom
               2010-11 Single Graduate – Lyman
                Lyman is available for single students in full year
                 contracts
Bedroom/Bath               Occupancy Monthly Price Description
2 BR/1 Bath                2 people       $907 each   Shared apt.




                                                         Living Room
                         Lyman Exterior




              Bathroom                      Bedroom                    Kitchen
                2010-11 Single Graduates – Munger

                 Munger has academic- and full- year contracts
Bedroom/Bath                   Occupancy Monthly Price Description
Premium Studio/1 Bath 1 person            $1,514          Private
Standard Studio/1 Bath 1 person           $1,414          Private
2 BR/2 Bath                    2 people   $1,206 each     Shared apt.
4 BR/4.5 Bath                  4 people   $1,192 each     Shared apt. Extra ½ bath for guests




           Munger Exterior                  Living Room                 Living Room




              Studio kitchen                Bedroom                     Bathroom
              2010-11 Single Graduates – Schwab

                Schwab is predominately first year GSB students
Bedroom/Bath            Occupancy Monthly Price Description
2 BR/2 Bath             2 people         $1,350 each       Private Living/Bedroom and bath
                                                           with shared kitchen




                    Schwab Interior Courtyard                  Living/Bedroom




              Kitchen                     Living/Bedroom                 Bathroom
       Application Process


  Must be an admitted student who has accepted his/her
   offer of admission
  Received Stanford ID number and created SUNet ID
  Log onto Axess between April 14 and May 6, 2010 to
   submit application
  If starting in the summer he/she needs to submit two
   applications (one for summer 2010 and one for 2010-11)
  The summer residence will be matched to the 2010-11
   residence if available
  First round assignments announced on May 22, 2010
   (view Axess for results)
  If a student misses the first round deadline, they should
   submit an application for the waiting list as soon as
   possible
                         Housing Priority Levels


 Determined by:
 (1) Student Status (new or continuing graduate student)
 (2) Total Number of Years Student live in Graduate Housing

Housing Priority Years for…                    Guaranteed   Limited Priority   No Priority
Matriculated Graduate Students                 1st year     2-6th year         7+



Assignment Priority Levels :
New Students (applied on time/will live anywhere) – Guaranteed first year of study @ SU
New Students (late) – High Priority
Continuing students with Priority Years left
Continuing students without Priority Years remaining
How does the Lottery work?




     Students are pulled into the Lottery by
     Priority Level in random number order
     1 – Renewing Students
     2 – New Students – Highest Priority
     3 – Continuing Students with
     Priority Years Remaining
     4 - Continuing Students without
     Priority Years Remaining
                    Move-in Dates

Graduate students    June 19, 2010    Summer – default move-in date for all
move-in on these                      students
dates for Summer     August 13        Autumn – Medical students
2010 and 2010-11     August 20        Autumn – 2nd & 3rd year Law students
                                      & students with school-aged children
                     August 23        Autumn – 1st year Law students &
                                      Sloan fellows
                     August 27        Autumn – 1st optional move-in date for
                                      all students
                     September 3      Autumn – 2nd optional move-in date
                                      for all students
                     September 11     Autumn – 3rd optional move-in for all
                                      students
                     December 30      Winter – default move-in date for all
                                      students
                     March 26, 2011   Spring – default move-in date for all
                                      students
Eligibility Requirements


      To Live in Housing
        Must be an enrolled student
        Live in apartment at least 50% of each
         week
        Good academic and financial standing
        No smoking, no pets

      Exceptions:
        Summer Quarter
        Post-Graduation Quarter (not autumn)
        Vacation Quarter
        Maternity/Paternity Leave
                  Graduate Student Meal Plans

                                     Sign up for Cardinal
Do your                              Dollars and leave the
cooking skills                       cooking to Stanford
leave much to                        Dining
be desired?


  Cardinal Dollars can be use at 16 locations
  Sample farm fresh, made from scratch meals
   prepared by award-winning chefs at any of
   Stanford Dining’s seven dining halls. (Most
   dining halls are all you can eat - $5.95 for
   lunch and $6.95 for dinner)
  Fresh salad bars, tossed and prepared salads,
   homemade soup, seasonal variety of healthy
   entrees, rotisserie and grilled specials, all
   made with natural ingredients, fresh fruit and
   locally grown vegetables.
  http://dining.stanford.edu
                   Community Housing

                  Off-campus Listings
  There are off-campus listings that are protected for SU affiliates
  http://offcampus.stanford.edu
  You need your SUNet ID or a letter from your dept. to gain access

                      Helpful hints
  There is a page of online resources to help you in your hunt
  Descriptions of the local communities and sample rents
  Tips about which apartments accept pets

                       In office help
  Knowledgeable staff member
  Computers, phone and printer in lobby for you to use in your search
                    We need your help

                            Tips
  Continuing students can renew their contracts each spring as long
   as they are in a full-year building and stay for the summer
  While overall 94% of the students who applied for housing were
   assigned there is a risk that students who want to change
   residences or are living in a location they cannot renew will not
   receive housing.
  Continuing students who are off campus and want housing for next
   year should consider moving in during the Spring Quarter so they
   can renew and bypass the Lottery
  We have meetings every Wednesday afternoon to make
   assignments and reassignments during the spring to over 100
   vacancies

				
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