Stanford Bookstore’s priority is to ensure that the Stanford community has the textbooks and other items it needs as it moves to virtual instruction. Students may purchase various formats of course materials, supplies, and electronics online by going to …Read full answer about How will I be able to get my course materials?
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The university is committed to making sure you can adequately engage in coursework remotely. If you would like to borrow a laptop, need reliable access to the internet, or have other technology concerns, please email [email protected] You may also find…Read full answer about If I have a technology need (e.g., internet access, laptops) in order to successfully engage in online courses, what should I do?
No, as announced by President Tessier-Levigne, for all spring quarter classes, we will use virtual learning, rather than in-person classes, until further notice. We will not be making any exceptions to allow this; all research and expert advice points to…Read full answer about Will some graduate classes be offered in person, e.g. small-group instruction?
During such distressing times amid unprecedented circumstances, when most students have been displaced to homes around the world and faculty are being asked to rapidly shift their classroom courses to untested online environments, our entire Stanford community has been challenged…Read full answer about What factors did the university consider when adopting the Satisfactory/No Credit grading policy for spring 2020?
We recognize remote learning poses challenges for some courses that cannot reasonably meet remotely. We are in close touch with school deans who are communicating with departments about these kinds of situations, and we will have more guidance soon. Graduating…Read full answer about Will I graduate on-time if I need to complete lab or performance-based classes?