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Hard-to-quantify emissions are the next frontier for Stanford sustainability goals

Provost’s Office appointments focus on inclusion, community, digital education

Faculty deliberation supports proposals for new school focused on climate and sustainability

Annual Sustainability Report

Financial aid expanded; tuition kept flat

Yang elected trustee chair


Stanford releases report of financial results

Major expansion planned for Stanford's renewable energy system

Trustees elect four new members

Trustees approve 2020-21 budget, set endowment payout in light of COVID-19

Board of Trustees commits to accelerating transition to net-zero greenhouse gas emissions, reports major reduction in fossil fuel investments

Trustees focus on grad education

Fundraising results announced


Tuition set, financial aid again expanded

Financial results announced

>> Stanford University 2019 Annual Financial Report

Stanford withdraws General Use Permit application

Board of Trustees meets

Stanford releases annual financial results for investment return, endowment

New trustee named

General Use Permit application moves ahead

Trustees wrap up school year

Two named to trustee board

A Vision for Stanford

Stanford University Investment Report 2018

Trustees focus on Stanford's external engagement


GUP reaches major milestone

Stanford University reports FY 2018 financial results

Financial aid expanded

Stanford to go 100 percent solar by 2021

Stanford Redwood City taking shape in time for 2019 opening

Bass tour on trustee agenda

Stanford releases annual financial results for investment return, endowment

Trustees wrap up the year

A new vision for Stanford's future

Stanford offers admission to 2,040 students

Board of Trustees elects four new members

Stanford University Investment Report

Trustees discuss planning, construction

Tuition set for 2018-19

2016-17 fundraising results

Long-range plan white papers


Redwood City campus moves ahead

Financial results for investment return, endowment released

Middle Plaza project moves ahead

Raikes chairs the trustee board

New trustees named

New SLAC contract approved

Trustees approve budget

East Campus construction to ramp up in summer

Officials break ground for Stanford Redwood City campus

Let the sun shine on campus

Preparing for Redwood City

2,050 offered admission

Stanford University Investment Report 2016

Menlo Park project

Trustees set 2017-18 tuition

Graduate housing gets OK'd

Stanford fundraising results

Q&A with Provost Persis Drell

Etchemendy's legacy

Raikes elected board chair


Stanford University reports FY 2016 financial results

>> 2016 Annual Financial Report

Land use permit submitted

Persis Drell named Stanford provost

'Let us be fearless,'

Stanford Management Company releases 2016 results

Stanford's new president

SESI wins more awards

Exit interview with John Hennessy

Board of Trustees elects Henry A. Fernandez to a five-year term

Senate discusses housing

Trustees review projects

Stanford's 2016-17 Budget Plan reflects strong fiscal position

Sweet 16: In his final Academic Council address, President Hennessy reflects on major successes of his tenure

Land use process: Stanford kicks off land use planning process

Provost to host Stanford in Redwood City town hall

Stanford leaders address Board of Trustees during its April retreat

Stanford University's response to February 2016 information request from the Senate Finance Committee and House Ways & Means Committee

Stanford offers admission to 2,063 students from around the world

Redwood City campus will evoke the look and feel of Stanford

Trustees address a range of issues

Tuition set for 2016-17

Stanford launches Knight-Hennessy Scholars Program

Marc Tessier-Lavigne named Stanford's next president

Stanford releases fundraising results

Escondido Village housing project moves ahead with revisions


Trustees discuss fossil fuels, quake preparedness

Stanford University reports FY 2015 financial results

>> Stanford University 2015 Annual Financial Report

Stanford takes next step toward Redwood City Campus

New graduate housing proposed for Escondido Village

Stanford trustees celebrate McMurtry Building, hear presentations on a variety of topics

Stanford submits new plans for Menlo Park development

Stanford Management Company releases 2015 results

Sako Fisher elected to Board

Trustees elect four members

Trustees approve budget plan

Stanford University President John L. Hennessy to step down in 2016

Stanford's 2015-16 budget plan reflects strong fiscal position

The future of Searsville Dam

New Stanford energy system cuts greenhouse gas emissions 68 percent and fossil fuel 65 percent

Cogen decomissioned

Stanford offers admission to 2,144 students, expands financial aid program

New CEO named for SMC

Stanford asks Santa Clara County for GUP amendment

Stanford's Board of Trustees elects two new members

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

Tuition set for 2015-16


2014 Annual Report

Early admits notified

Stanford University reports FY 2014 financial results

Trustees give nod of approval to administrative campus in Redwood City

Kenneth E. Olivier, investment manager, joins Stanford's Board of Trustees

Stanford Management Company CEO John Powers to depart in 2015

Stanford releases fiscal year fundraising results

Stanford Management Company releases 2014 results

New financial tools to help parents pay for college

Senate gets preliminary profile of Class of 2018

Budget plan reflects strong position, targeted spending

Stanford Online courses reaching millions globally

Stanford to divest from coal companies, trustees announce

Undergraduate applications set new record at 42,167

Stanford raises tuition, reaffirms commitment to aid

Gene T. Sykes, investment banker, elected to Stanford's Board of Trustees

Annual Report highlights 2013 research discoveries


University reports financial results for fiscal year 2013

Education advocate elected to Stanford's Board of Trustees

Interdisciplinary research to get boost with $60 million gift

Stanford releases fiscal-year fundraising results

Stanford Management Company releases 2013 results

Robert M. Bass returning to Stanford's Board of Trustees

John Arrillaga and Stanford: Generosity begets generosity

Provost presents cautious budget plan for 2013-14

Undergrad growth among priorities signaled in address

Applications for the Stanford Class of 2017 set new record

Stanford Board of Trustees has elected four new members to five-year terms

Senate discusses potential impact of sequestration on research spending

Trustees set tuition, continue commitment to financial aid

LaTonia G. Karr to serve on Stanford's Board of Trustees


Stanford University reports FY 2012 financial results

Chi-Chang Kao named SLAC director

Stanford releases fundraising results for 2012 fiscal year

Stanford Management Company releases 2012 result

John Mitchell named vice provost for online learning

GSB alumna RoAnn Costin elected to Board of Trustees

Mary Elizabeth Magill named Law School dean

Lloyd Minor named Med School dean

Faculty Senate gets preview of next year's budget plan

Campaign advances medicine's new era

Undergraduate Admission sends invites to Class of 2016

Brook H. Byers will join Stanford's Board of Trustees in April

Steven A. Denning elected chair of Stanford University Board of Trustees

Challenge ends; $6.2 billion raised

Trustees approve tuition increases for 2012-2013


Stanford University reports FY 2011 financial results

Stanford University withdraws its bid for a NYC campus

$150 million gift launches new institute at GSB

Stanford submits plans for applied sciences and engineering campus in New York City

Hennessy, Girod brief senate on StanfordNYC proposal

Stanford Management Company announces 2011 results

President Hennessy discusses the vision for Stanford in New York City

President Hennessy to take brief sabbatical

Stanford to respond to new NYC request for proposals

Board of Trustees welcomes two new members

Columbia Provost Claude Steele to lead Stanford School of Education

Etchemendy presents optimistic budget outlook for 2012 to Faculty Senate

  • Presentation to Faculty Senate (PDF)
  • Excerpts from the Faculty Senate Minutes (PDF)

Hennessy sees potential for dynamic partnership in creating New York City center of innovation

David Jones to head human resources at Stanford

Stanford raises undergraduate tuition 3.5 percent for 2011-12 academic year

Stanford reports FY2010 financial results


Stanford Management Company announces 2010 results

Board of Trustees welcomes two new members who bring 'wisdom and expertise'

Deborah Stipek to conclude tenure as School of Education dean in summer 2011

Stanford Management Company appoints Ken Frier chief investment officer

Etchemendy presents mostly optimistic budget outlook to Faculty Senate

  • Presentation to Faculty Senate (PDF)
  • Excerpts from the Faculty Senate Minutes (PDF)

Hennessy takes audience on a virtual architectural tour and on a real stroll

Stanford admission rate for Class of 2014 sets a university record

California Supreme Court rules in favor of Stanford, County of Santa Clara on trail issue

Stanford maintains aid, raises undergraduate tuition 3.5%

University planning bond issue

Stanford University Annual Report


Stanford University reports FY 2009 financial results

Stanford Management Company will not sell assets on secondary markets

VP of Office of Development Martin Shell provides snapshot of FY 2009 fundraising

Budget Update from Provost Etchemendy

Stanford Management Company exploring possible secondary sale

Stanford Management Company announces 2009 results

As fiscal year closes, impact of downturn felt across campus

Provost Update to the Faculty Senate 2009-10

Economist Garth Saloner to head Stanford's Graduate School of Business

Stanford announces plans to reduce endowment spending

Stanford completes sale of $1 billion of taxable bonds

Budget Update from Provost Etchemendy

Provost announces salary freeze, additional cuts for FY 10

Stanford plans upcoming debt offering

Stanford named top fundraiser

Tuition raised, but financial aid remains top priority

University suspends $1.3 billion in capital projects

Stanford launches $100 million initiative to tackle energy issues

Provost discusses budget challenges