Neighborhood N Houses
Explore the individual houses, themes, and communities found within Neighborhood N, located in the east side of Stanford campus.
EVGR-A Duan Family Hall
EVGR-A Duan Family Hall is located in east campus, with wings ranging from six to ten stories high. EVGR opened in 2020 and features a design that reflects the distinct style and attributes of many of Stanford’s most beloved buildings.
Mirrielees sits in handy proximity to Gerhard Casper Quad, Vaden, and other East Campus landmarks and offers a friendly environment a little removed from the hustle and bustle of Main Campus. The ideal Mirrielees resident will develop both self-sufficiency and interdependence.
In Branner, we work to foster a caring community of engaged citizens who explore personal growth, intellectual pursuits and public service with inspiration, innovation and passion. Branner staff work to support the academic success and intellectual growth of all students while building and sustaining a healthy community.
Crothers is located within East Campus, close to Green Library, Coupa Café, Main Quad, White Plaza, Tresidder Memorial Union and many other houses and outdoor spaces. Crothers has many common spaces including a grass lawn between its two buildings, multiple lounges, music rooms, computer clusters and TV/game rooms.
We hope to help make Toyon a community of the kind that encourages students to feel truly at home and able to integrate the often-confusing variety of college life. We take very seriously the intellectual lives and academic work of students. The pace of development expected of Stanford students can be brisk and demanding. We feel the residence hall experience can take its place with classroom experiences as a vital means of mentoring students into their new roles as scholars and citizens.
Row: 620 Mayfield
620 Mayfield is a self-operated house located on the upper Row. Residents enjoy easy access to the heart of campus life, along with wonderful amenities within the house.
Row: 1035 Campus
1035 Campus has an atmosphere that is exciting and busy. There are many leaders within the house to assist with decision making for the organization. The house features include a game room, piano/bar room, open kitchen, large lounge, and a chef who serves us three meals a day, Monday through Friday. This house is a fun place to live!
Durand has a small, intimate size that allows residents to get to know all of their neighbors and form a welcoming community. Durand's position on the Upper Row has led to strong connections with other houses. Throughout the year, the house hosts shared social events, such as backyard barbecues and Friday afternoon volleyball, bringing residents from different houses together.
Hammarskjöld opened as the International Co-Op in the 1972-1973 academic year. It is named after Dag Hammarskjöld, a former Secretary General of the United Nations. The plan for the house was initiated by several international students, in coordination with the Bechtel International Center, as a place to nurture their differences and explore their own experiences.
Row: Robert Moore North
Robert Moore North is home to the Well House, a substance-free undergraduate residential community and experience based on the theme of wellness. Our house provides an environment for students to learn and practice holistic approaches to physical, mental, and emotional health.
Residents enjoy regular community events, collaborations with other upper row houses, and a welcoming community. Roth is located on Santa Ynez, between 610 Mayfield and the President's house. Roth is a brilliant place to find a new, relaxed community for any time of your Stanford career!