Neighborhood T Houses
Explore the individual houses, themes, and communities found within Neighborhood T, 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.
Row: 610 Mayfield
We are a strong, social, active presence on the upper row that tends to have a lively, interested community and engaged residents. Because we hold events that require active resident participation, residents bond with one another and with staff in a way that is unique, even among the Row. Our residents take a lot of pride in living here and making it a community for the rest of the university.
Row: 664 Lomita
664 Lomita is located in the northern section of campus, near Lake Lagunita.
Row: Enchanted Broccoli Forest (EBF)
The Enchanted Broccoli Forest (EBF) is one of the largest co-ops at Stanford! Named after one of the first all-vegetarian cookbooks, EBF is also a very omnivorous house. Residents contribute a lot to the operation and climate of the house, cooking delicious meals five times a week, keeping the bathrooms clean, and taking on special tasks like baking bread, making delicious desserts for the other residents in the house. Art (music, visual, etc.) plays a big role in the lives of many folks at EBF, and we're dedicated to creating a supportive and creative place for residents to do their thing.
The atmosphere of Jerry varies from year to year. Some years residents expect many social events (Jerry-hosted all campus parties, happy hours, etc.), and some years residents are pretty low key and prefer occasional study breaks and arts events. However, traditionally Jerry has been a house that has hosted several all-campus parties held by other institutions (ex: annual AEPi party). Because the structure of the house is divided up into five "pods" with separate stairwells, it is possible that residents would not take the time to come in the main entrance or convene in the central lounge. So, integrating the pods is a primary goal of Jerry's staff.
Narnia House is a social oasis. Only a seven minute walk from the row, Narnia reaps all the social benefits while also offering some distance from the roar of the Row. Home of Bagelmania (a quarterly event where we enjoy dancing and eating bagels), Narnia encourages a vibrant social culture that is inclusive of the entire campus. However, Narnia also strives to create a tight-knit culture within the house. The pod (corners of the house) dynamic allows for friendships to develop and flourish.
Otero is Stanford’s Public Service and Civic Engagement (PSCE) Theme House. As the PSCE Theme House, residents will have opportunities to learn about various approaches to public service, engage in service activities on and off campus, consider how service can be integrated with their academic work, and connect with other students, faculty, and community organizations who are committed to social change efforts. Residents also have an opportunity to make a Cardinal Commitment - a year-long commitment to a public service program or organization.
Rinconada is located on the east side of campus in the community of houses known together as Wilbur Hall. The house is situated in the northwest corner of Wilbur Hall. Many in-dorm activities and “off-the-farm” events are planned throughout the year for both intellectual and recreational purposes.
Soto is located on the east side of campus, in the community of houses known together as Wilbur Hall. Many in-dorm activities and “off-the-farm” events are planned throughout the year for both intellectual and recreational purposes.
Beginning in 2022-23, Trancos will be home to Stanford's Outdoor House. Trancos is one of the eight houses in Wilbur Hall, located on the east side of campus. The house has several common areas, including a lounge, kitchen, and computer room. It also features amenities such as a baby grand piano, large flat screen TV, ping pong table, foosball table, and pool table. Trancos is conveniently located right beside Wilbur dining.