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Provost John Etchemendy presenting the budget plan to the Faculty Senate on Thursday (Image credit: L.A. Cicero) - Stanford's 2016-17 Budget Plan reflects strong fiscal position

Budget priorities

Stanford's 2016-17 Budget Plan addresses many of the university's highest priorities, including providing full funding for new programs designed to combat sexual violence on campus, Provost John Etchemendy told the Faculty Senate Thursday.

  • Land use process

    Working with neighbors and local governments, Stanford is beginning the process to propose to Santa Clara County an update of Stanford's campus land use permit. Initial meetings to solicit community input are scheduled for early June.

  • Town hall on Redwood City

    Provost John Etchemendy will hold a town hall meeting on May 10 to discuss the latest news and plans for the Stanford in Redwood City campus. Some 2,400 staff members will be relocated to the new campus beginning in 2019.

  • Land use process

    Working with neighbors and local governments, Stanford is beginning the process to propose to Santa Clara County an update of Stanford's campus land use permit. Initial meetings to solicit community input are scheduled for early June.

  • Admission offers

    During their April meeting and annual retreat, the trustees, chaired by Steven Denning, discussed economics, arts programs, the Stanford Cyber Initiative, the biomedical revolution in precision health and SLAC.

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