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 12, 2020. 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
Please note that the information below is regarding 2019 Summer Online courses. Please check back at a later date for 2020 updates and information.
- 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.