Matriculated Stanford Students
Make the Most of Your Summer at Stanford!
Current Stanford Students: Enrolling in Stanford's Fourth Academic Quarter is Easy!
As a current Stanford student, you already know what spending time at Stanford can do for you – now enjoy it with an intimate group of students, professors, and professionals. Smaller classes and a curated list of activities means you’ll enjoy true hands-on learning, one-on-one time with luminaries in your chosen field, and deeper bonds across campus.
Stanford students enroll in courses during Summer Quarter to:
- Take advantage of all that Stanford has to offer!
- Explore new areas of interest
- Dive deeper into a particular subject or field of study
- Fulfill requirements
- Accelerate your studies-- catch up or get ahead
- Relieve pressure from future quarters' courseloads
- Expand your network
- Take classes while staying on campus or in the Bay Area
- Take classes while working, interning, or researching this summer
- Explore online options while living away from campus
- Prepare for your next step-- graduate school, entering the job market, etc.
Enrolling for the Summer Quarter is easy – simply register for courses on Axess beginning Sunday, April 14, 2019. Matriculated Stanford students can take courses while living on campus or as a commuter student. To apply for housing, please visit the University’s Residential & Dining Enterprises website.
A note for recent Stanford graduates: If you would like to continue your education during the Summer Quarter, please refer to the Visiting Undergraduate page for application and registration information.
2019 Summer Online
This summer, degree-seeking undergraduate Stanford students can take a select set of courses remotely this summer.
- CS 106A – Programming Methodology
- CS 106B – Programming Abstractions
- CS 109 – Introduction to Probability for Computer Scientists
- CS 110 - Principles of Computer Systems
- CS 161 – Design and Analysis of Algorithms
- CS 193C – Client-Side Internet Technologies
- ECON 1V - Principles of Economics
- STATS 110 – Statistical Methods in Engineering and the Physical Sciences
- STATS 116 – Theory of Probability
- STATS 202 – Data Mining and Analysis
Learn more about this offering on the Summer Online page.
Summer Employment Opportunities
The Summer Session Office hires Stanford students for a variety of positions. Refer to the Employment page for more details.