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Please note, found items that were turned in during Family Weekend will be held until two weeks after the event. To inquire if your lost item was turned in and coordinate pickup, please email

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Open Houses

Get connected and visit with a variety of community centers and other campus organizations at their open houses to learn more about their programs and offerings. Open houses will occur at various locations and times on Friday, February 23 at various times between 2:00 to 5:30 p.m. Details for some events are still being confirmed and will be added to the website as they are finalized.
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Centers for Equity, Community, and Leadership Open Houses

The Centers for Equity, Community, and Leadership a Student Affairs unit that is composed of eight community and cultural centers on campus. Their mission is grounded in values of justice, equity, and belonging at Stanford and beyond. As educators, advocates, and thought leaders, they empower students to be bold collaborators and innovative leaders preparing them to navigate a complex world with the most vulnerable in mind.

Families seated in the Black Community Services Center listening to a woman speak.
Friday, Feb 23 from 3-5 p.m.

Black Community Services Center

The Black Community Services Center (BCSC) embodies inclusive excellence through partnering with and educating the Stanford community about the contributions of the African Diaspora, while ensuring that students can thrive and reach their full potential. We center our work around Academic / Intellectual exploration, Community Building, Alumni Engagement, Leadership Development, and Mental Health & Wellbeing.

Dancer with bright red dress turning.
Friday, Feb 23 from 4-5 p.m.

El Centro Chicano y Latino

As a vibrant student center, El Centro Chicano y Latino works to support students academically, personally, socially, and culturally. El Centro’s programs provide Stanford students the opportunity to explore Chicano and Latino culture, history and traditions, and to use that understanding to work with other ethnic communities in the United States and around the world.

Native American dancers with feather headwear performing at Powwow.
Friday, Feb 23 from 3-4 p.m.

Native American Cultural Center

Native American Cultural Center's (NACC) mission is to champion Indigenous excellence, foster leadership development and promote wellness. The NACC anchors events, programs, lectures, performances, meetings, and conversations around Native issues. It is home to Stanford’s more than 450 Indigenous-identifying students representing 50 nations and island communities, and a welcoming place to others on campus and beyond. Learn more about Stanford’s relationships with Native Peoples

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Friday, Feb 23 from 2-4 p.m.

The Markaz: Resource Center

The Markaz: Resource Center supports a vibrant community of students who identify with or are interested in Muslim experiences both here and around the world. We provide a welcoming space, resources, and programming to engage, educate and empower the entire Stanford community.

Group of students stand together in front of mural at the Women's Community Center
Friday, Feb 23 from 3-4 p.m.

Women's Community Center

The Women's Community Center (WCC) exists to facilitate growth and engagement for Stanford students around issues of gender, equity, identity, and justice. We do this by building community and providing innovative opportunities to explore scholarship, leadership, and activism. Our approach is inclusive, intersectional, and welcoming of people of any background or level of prior engagement with these issues.

Additional Campus Open Houses

Visit with these other campus centers and offices during their open houses.

Friday, Feb 23 from 2-4:30 p.m.

Bechtel International Center

Bechtel International Center believes that international educational exchange nurtures a lifelong global perspective and aspires to play a key role in increasing Stanford’s visibility around the world, strengthening Stanford’s position as a global university of consequence.

Friday, Feb 23 from 3:30-5:00 p.m.

Disability Community Space (DisCo)

Disability is a core identity for the lives of many; it is vital that students with disabilities at Stanford have a space where they can comfortably express themselves and establish a community. We hope that is space is able to nurture and empower that community.

Group of students wearing masks pose with drinks in front of FLI Stanford chalkboard
Friday, Feb 23 from 2-4 p.m.

First Generation and/or Low-Income Student Success Center

The FLI Student Success Center operates on the pillars of advocacy, mentorship, community & belonging and connections to resources to provide holistic support for first generation, low-income, transfers, current/former foster youth and FLI graduate students at Stanford.

Friday, Feb 23 from 3-4:30 p.m.

Hillel at Stanford

Hillel at Stanford exists to empower students to explore and deepen their identities, and to lead lives inspired by Jewish values and commitments. We provide a welcoming, pluralistic Jewish home on campus for all students, a network of support, and a bridge to the broader Stanford community. We counter antisemitism and anti-Israel sentiment on campus, which can create a challenging environment for students, faculty and staff. As an innovative center for Jewish life at one of the world’s top universities, our vision is to inspire emerging leaders, connect every student to meaningful community and ensure the sustainability of the Jewish future.