Stanford offers guaranteed on-campus housing to all undergraduates for four years and guaranteed housing to all graduate students for their first year. According to the Stanford Housing Assignments Office, undergraduates live in 78 different houses, broken down in the following way:

* 10 All Freshmen Houses
* 18 Four Class Houses
* 48 Upper Class Houses
* 10 Greek Houses
* 1 All Sophomore House
* 2 Freshman/Sophomore Houses
* 8 Academic, Language and Culture Houses
* 7 Focus Theme Houses
* 4 Ethnic Theme Houses
* 35 Houses with Resident Fellows
* 36 Row Houses

All residences are coed except for seven all-male fraternities, three all-female sororities, and one all-female house.

For the 2008-09 academic school year, Stanford is testing out a new pilot program that institutes gender-neutral housing in five campus residences, allowing males and females to live in the same room. This was after concerted student pressure, as well as the institution of similar policies peer institutions such as Wesleyan, Oberlin, Clark, Dartmouth, Brown and the University of Pennsylvania.1

East Campus


West Campus

Gov Co

South Campus

The Row
Florence Moore Hall

: "Stanford Undergraduate Residences" June 2, 2008. < : full source reference>
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