University Theme Houses
These houses are available to students from every neighborhood and can be up to 25% of the bed space in a neighborhood. Students apply to live in these houses. University theme houses include academic theme houses, ethnic theme dorms and special interest houses such as co-ops and housed fraternities and sororities.
Academic Theme Houses
UTH-As provide a meaningful and coherent intellectual collaboration within a residential setting between multiple participants: staff, faculty, institutional affiliates, and undergraduates.
Ethnic Theme Houses
Our ethnic theme programs both encourage their students to critically explore their identities and responsibilities to the community, and engage in broader outreach programs, advocacy and ongoing education.
Special Interest: Co-op
Cooperative living has thrived at Stanford for more than forty years, offering a diverse range of living environments as each co-op community holds distinct values.
Special Interest: Fraternities and Sororities
Stanford is home to several nationally known social Greek letter organizations, and most of these vibrant and diverse communities are as old as the university itself.