The Daily Schedule

Stanford Pre-Collegiate Summer Institutes participants have full daily schedules which incorporate the academic, social, and cultural aspects of the program. Each weekday follows the same schedule.
8:00 am–9:00 am Breakfast
9:00 am–11:30 am Instructor-led session which includes lecture, small group discussions, and individual work
11:30 am–12:30 pm Lunch
1:00 pm–3:30 pm Study period: interactive and collaborative problem solving, discussion, labs, research, writing, or course-related activities, facilitated by teaching assistants
3:30 pm–4:00 pm Snack break
4:00 pm–6:00 pm Selected organized activities: sports, games, music, art, Stanford-area excursions, etc. (participation is required)
6:00 pm–7:00 pm Dinner
7:00 pm–9:30 pm Free time for informal study, activities organized by residential staff
9:30 pm All students must be in their residence
11:00 pm Lights out (on Fridays and Saturdays this may be one hour later)

Field trips to exciting cultural and outdoor attractions are scheduled for one day each weekend, and the other weekend day will have open-ended free time as well as an offering of activities.

Residential Life Frequently Asked Questions

赌博威尼斯人Do you offer a commuter option?

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No. All students in Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies residential summer programs must partake fully in the residential portion of the program. Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies place a high value on the full integration of the academic and social components of the program, which is accomplished by bringing together students and mentors who share interest and talent in a particular subject.

What are the dining options?

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赌博威尼斯人Participants eat in Stanford cafeteria-style dining halls, which serve a range of healthy options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The dining halls provide vegetarian and vegan options at every meal, and will cater to special dietary allergies or needs such as kosher or gluten-free food. Mid-afternoon snacks are served daily at the residences. Participants can look forward to special catered dinners typically served once a week.

赌博威尼斯人Can students with food allergies and other special needs be accommodated?

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Yes, upon admission into the program, students will be asked to provide health information and may provide information regarding any other specific needs. Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies administrative staff will work with participants to plan necessary accommodations.

赌博威尼斯人How are rooms assigned? Can students request specific roommates?

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Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies participants are housed by course, with one, two, or three courses of similar subject matter and age ranges. Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies does not accommodate roommate requests. In fact, to further enrich our students experiences, we purposefully pair students from different geographical areas in the same room. The program occupies residences all over campus, so it is very possible that with a student's program schedule, coursework, and location on campus, interaction with their friend or sibling will be very limited.

Can students continue athletic training while at a Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies program?

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No. Unfortunately, University policies do not allow conference or camp participants access to the gym facilities. Participants can use their sign out privileges to go on morning or evening runs or work with resistance bands in and around their residence.

Please be aware that Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies programs have rigorous academic schedules; if a student is on a strict training plan the program may not be best suited for their athletic goals.

Can parents pick up students from the program for sports activities or family events?

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Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies students are expected to be fully involved in the program while at Stanford.

Students are required to be present for all academic activities and any scheduled recreational activities (i.e. field trips). Our Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies programs are designed for students to attend all recreational activities so they get a well-rounded experience outside of the classroom. Students should be sure they do not have any commitments during scheduled activities. Students will have free time in the evenings after dinner and on one day each weekend students can be signed out by an authorized visitor. Activities Coordinators and Residential Counselors may use this free time to schedule house events and required meetings; students must ensure their authorized visits or sign out activities do not interfere with academic and/or residential events. In addition, free time is a critical part of the program when students can build relationships with their housemates.

We strongly discourage students from being signed out during their free time for more than a few hours at a time. Please email our office directly if there is a religious or medical issue regarding this.

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