Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, and surrounded by some of the state’s most beautiful scenery, Stanford campus is easily accessible.
Stanford University offers a variety of programs that encourage and support the use of alternative transportation. Visitors can get to, from, and around campus easily by bicycle, shuttles, and Bay Area transit.
Marguerite is Stanford University’s free public shuttle service, which connects to nearby transit, shopping, dining, and entertainment venues. The Line X and Line Y shuttles pick up and drop off passengers near the southbound train platform, and stop at Knight Management Center, as illustrated on the system map.
Parking is available in the underground structure at the Knight Management Center. Permits are required and enforced Monday through Friday from 6am to 4pm.
One-day visitor permits allow for parking in any metered space and are available for purchase for $35.60 each at a pay-for-parking kiosk or $35.68 from ParkMobile.
Valid Physical Daily Permits
If you have a physical daily “scratcher” permit you purchased previously, these permits remain valid through their expiration dates. Be sure to scratch off the correct date and hang your permit facing outward from your rear-view mirror.
You may purchase a daily permit one of two ways:
Pay-For-Parking Kiosk: You can pay for parking using the pay-by-license-plate kiosks located in the parking structure (and in lots and garages throughout campus). Simply enter your vehicle license plate number and pay with your credit card (Visa, MasterCard, or Discover). You do not need to display your receipt in your vehicle. The receipt is not valid in any other location. You have the option to purchase parking by the hour through the pay-for-parking kiosk.
P&TS Online Ordering Portal: Regardless of what time you purchase the permit, the daily permit will be charged the full-day parking rate. Stanford employees and students may use single sign-on to access the portal. All others must create a visitor account to access the portal.
Use the Parkmobile app or website to pay using a credit card (Visa, MasterCard, or Discover) at pay-by-license plate parking locations at the Knight Management Center parking structure. In addition to the visitor parking fee, Parkmobile charges 35 cents for each transaction.
Other nearby parking locations include:
- Parking lot at Bonair Siding Road and Campus Drive — pay-by-license-plate kiosk, two-minute walk
- On-street parking at Memorial Way and Galvez Street — pay-by-license-plate kiosk, five-minute walk
- Visitor Center parking lot at 295 Galvez Street — pay-by-license-plate kiosk, ten-minute walk
- The underground parking structure at Campus Drive East and Wilbur Way — pay-by-license-plate kiosk, ten-minute walk
Taxi and Rideshare Drop-Off and Pick-Up
Jane Stanford Way is closed to traffic since the street in front of the Knight Management Center is now a bicycle and pedestrian mall. Therefore, taxis and rideshare drivers should use the passenger turnaround, located in front of the Schwab Residential Center, for drop-off and pick-up. This turnaround is accessible on Jane Stanford Way via Campus Drive East. Use 680 Jane Stanford Way, Stanford, CA as the address to get directions to the turnaround.
Information About Our Facilities
Canon Business Process Services manages the copy center in N006 of the North building. The copy center provides the following services:
- Black and white copies
- Color copies
- Binding services
Telephone: (650) 725-2961
Email: Copy Services
Hours: Mon - Fri, 7:00am - 6:00pm
In the event of a major emergency affecting Knight Management Center or the entire Stanford campus, Stanford GSB will activate the Department Operations Center and post instructions on Stanford’s Emergency Information site.
Stanford GSB faculty, staff, students, and visitors should immediately proceed to the nearest emergency assembly point during an emergency for which evacuation is required.
Emergency Phone Numbers
|Stanford Hotline||(650) 725-5555|
|Stanford GSB Hotline||(650) 723-2255|
Extensive emergency planning information is at Environmental Health and Safety.
First Aid Kits and Automated External Defibrillators
First aid kits are located in all shared work rooms in Knight Management Center buildings, as well as the front desk and staff lounge of Schwab Residential Center.
Automatic External Defibrillators are located in highly visible locations around the Knight Management Center and GSB Residences.
Lost and Found
The lost and found is managed by Stanford GSB Facilities and Hospitality. Items with estimated values of more than $100 are kept for one business day, then turned into Stanford Public Safety. All other items are kept for 30 days and then donated.
Location, Hours, and Contact Information
North building, room N004
Telephone: (650) 723-2773
Hours: Mon - Fri, 8:00am - 5:00pm
closed Thurs, 2:30pm - 3:30pm
All buildings are wheelchair accessible.
Reserve a Wheelchair
Visitor Information Services
Telephone: (650) 723-2560
Questions or Concerns?
Disability Access Office
Telephone: (650) 725-0326
TTY: (650) 723-1216
Email: Disability Access Office
Pets, Service & Support Animals
Stanford has a “no pet policy” for office, academic, and student residence spaces, with the exception of service and approved support animals. General guidelines for service and approved support animals include the following:
- Dogs must be kept on leash at all times (unless performing a task) in all interior common area spaces as well as exterior spaces.
- In an effort to prevent damage to lawns, tan bark areas should be used as designated relief areas. Be sure you pick up after your animal.
- Do not leave pet food out in interior or exterior spaces since it may attract pests.
- Toys, bedding, etc., may not be left out in common areas.
- If your service or approved support animal causes damage to the building, you may be charged a repair and/or cleaning fee.
- Approved support animals are allowed in Stanford student housing; however, support animals are generally restricted in other areas. See FAQs: Service and Support Animals at Stanford for further information.
The Diversity and Access Office provides additional guidance to students, staff, faculty and members of the public with service and support animals at Stanford. If you require an accommodation for a service or support animal at Stanford GSB, students are requested to advise their Student Program Office, staff advise Stanford GSB Human Resources, and faculty advise Stanford GSB Academic Administration.
The Knight Management Center, GSB Residences buildings, and surrounding areas are smoke-free environments. “Smoke-free” refers to an environment that is free of smoke from, among other things, tobacco products and/or vapors from electronic smoking devices. Smoking is prohibited at all university-sponsored indoor and outdoor events.
There are designated smoking areas which are noted on the map linked above.