Housing Options

Our commitment to integrating learning with living leads to more effective collaboration, deeper relationships, and an improved learning experience for every student.

When students from around the world live and learn together, they support and enhance each other’s efforts, and create relationships that last a lifetime.

With most MSx, PhD, and MBA students living on campus, you’ll become part of the community from your first day. Stanford offers housing choices tailored to single students, married students, and students with families. Which means you’re sure to find a place you’re happy to call home.

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Take an online tour of student and family housing options just steps away from Stanford GSB.
Housing Features Ideal for
Stanford GSB Residences Individual rooms with shared suite-style kitchens and common areas Single students
Escondido Village One- to three-bedroom flats that surround lush and open green spaces Students with families, or single students with partners
Munger Graduate Residences Studio and one- to four-bedroom units Single students or those with partners or spouses
Lyman Graduate Residences Two-bedroom apartments located on the west side of campus Single students
Liliore Green Rains Housing Two- and four-bedroom apartments; houses 800 students Single students
Subsidized Off-Campus Apartments Furnished apartments located in nearby Palo Alto, Menlo Park, and Mountain View Those who are comfortable living off-campus
Off-Campus Community Housing Rental homes or apartments in nearby neighborhoods Those who are comfortable researching and securing their own housing

Private Off-Campus Housing

Students who prefer to live off campus can select from a wide variety of nearby neighborhoods. Stanford’s Community Housing Services offers information and assistance to students wishing to live off campus. A comprehensive portfolio of information is available by mail, free of charge, to admitted students. Other off-campus housing information is available online, in local newspapers, and through local property-management companies.