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Trustees gave design approval to a new conference center and office building for the Hoover Institution. Architect's rendering of the entry from Lasuen Mall.

Trustees gave design approval to a new conference center and office building for the Hoover Institution

Earlier this week, Stanford trustees set tuition and heard a report on the School of Humanities and Sciences. Among the building projects it moved forward was a new Hoover conference center and office building, left.

  • Tuition set for 2015-16

    The Board of Trustees has approved a 3.5 percent increase in undergraduate tuition for next year and has reaffirmed its commitment to need-blind admission and a generous need-based financial aid program.

  • Early admits notified

    Stanford has sent acceptance letters to 743 students who applied under the early admission program. "We have admitted a remarkable group of students from an extremely talented applicant pool," said Rick Shaw, dean of undergraduate admission and financial aid.

  • 2014 Annual Report

    At Stanford, 2014 was a year of wide-ranging achievement, including significant advances in sustainability, academic developments, fundraising records and accolades for faculty.

  • Stanford University reports FY 2014 financial results

    Stanford has reported its financial results for Fiscal Year 2014. The university benefited from excellent investment performance, strong health care services revenue and generous donor support.

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