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Neighborhood O Houses

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Explore the individual houses, themes, and communities found within Neighborhood O, located in central Stanford campus. 

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EVGR Aerial. Credit: Residential and Dining Enterprises

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 exterior. Credit: Jeff Rumans, via Residential & Dining Enterprises

Mirrielees

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.

Florence Moore exterior entrance. Credit: Residential and Dining Enterprises

FloMo East: Alondra, Cardenal, and Faisan

Centrally located on Mayfield Avenue, two minutes from Tresidder Memorial Union and five from the Quad, East Florence Moore Hall consists of three houses—Alondra, Cardenal and Faisan. With so many residents both living and learning together, life here is rich with opportunities to form tight bonds.

FloMo West: Gavilan, Loro, Mirlo, and Paloma

The community in West Florence Moore Hall (West FloMo) is an exemplary model of residential diversity. Students living in these houses have the chance to interact with a wide range of peers who live together to create a distinct residential experience.

576 Alvarado exterior. Credit: Residential and Dining Enterprises

Row: 576 Alvarado

Historically autonomous and self-managed, 576 Alvarado is a co-op that prides itself on its deep history and sense of independence. We encourage all house members to take initiative in creating a community that is valuable, comfortable, and unique. 

675 Lomita exterior. Credit: Residential and Dining Enterprises

Row: 675 Lomita

Located in the northern part of campus, 675 Lomita is easily accessible to the heart of the Farm.

680 Lomita exterior. Credit: Residential and Dining Enterprises

Row: 680 Lomita

680 Lomita is located at the top of a hill. Our backyard also includes such amenities as a basketball court and sand volleyball court in addition to a nice patio and grassy area. 680 Lomita is non-Greek and non-theme. 680 is meaningful to the Stanford community because we welcome people from all backgrounds to join in our vibrant and unique events. Plus, we provide an open space for people to gather and bond over snacks and dancing on tables.

Row: Muwekma-Tah-Ruk

Muwekma-Tah-Ruk, established in 1988, celebrates the diversity of indigenous peoples throughout the Americas and Pacific Islands. The name means “House of the People” in the language of the Muwekma Ohlone, the people whose ancestral lands Stanford University now occupies. Muwekma is the only four-class house on the Row, and the only Row house that is home to Resident Fellows. Muwekma is a small, close-knit, and welcoming community.

Row: Storey

Storey House is known for its extraordinary food; students and staff travel from across campus every other week for our extravagant brunches. Overall, the house has a very comforting feeling, as a result of the tight knit community. Our goal is to foster a caring community and provide a place where people can build lifelong relationships.