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Neighborhood D

Neighborhood D Houses

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Explore the individual houses, themes, and communities found within Neighborhood D, located in the west side of 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 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.

GovCo: Adams

Adams House is located within Governor's Corner, providing close access to the Arrillaga Outdoor Education and Recreation Center (AOERC) and the trails surrounding Lake Lagunita. 


EAST House is a residential space where upperclass students bring their diverse backgrounds and interests to be immersed in myriad experiences, discussions, and opportunities relevant to society and their lives as students. 

GovCo: Murray

Named after Augustus Taber Murray, Murray House is considered an independent house (along with EAST and Yost). Murray originally opened its doors in 1982 and was renovated during the summer of 2011.  Located on the west side of campus, Murray House is surrounded by the natural beauty of Governor's Corner with access to a number of hiking and running trails.

GovCo: Potter

Potter is located on the beautiful western edge of campus. It neighbors the other houses in Sterling Quad—Robinson, Schiff and Adams—and is steps away from the educational farm, tennis courts, driving range, golf course and Red Barn. Right outside the house is a large field and picnic area with barbecues, basketball courts and a sand volleyball court.

GovCo: Robinson

Robinson House is located in Sterling Quad, where residents enjoy a vibrant and engaging community thanks to ongoing dorm activities and attentive RA staff. Outside of special events in the dorm, students enjoy eating the wonderful meals prepared in Ricker Dining, watching TV on our 60” flat screen, shooting pool, or playing ping pong in our recently updated lounge.

GovCo: Schiff

What's Schiff house like? First, your student staff will be some of the first people you will meet when you arrive, and they are incredible.  They spend a considerable amount of time planning and working to make Schiff an amazing place for you to live.  They are excited to meet you and help you find your place here.  They are a great source for information, resources, care, and fun.

GovCo: Suites

The Suites are located in the west section of campus, near the golf course and Lake Lagunita. Consisting of four individual houses: Anderson, Griffin, Jenkins and Marx.

GovCo: Yost

Yost House is situated in a serene, open space of West Campus near Lake Lagunita. We’re lucky to be close to exciting campus facilities like the Arrillaga Outdoor Education and Recreation Center (AOERC), the O’Donohue Family Farm, and the Windhover Contemplative Center.

Row: 550 Lasuen

550 Lasuen Mall is a self-operated house located on the Row, near Tresidder Memorial Union.

Sigma Phi Epsilon exterior. Credit: Residential and Dining Enterprises

Row: 1047 Campus

1047 Campus Drive is situated near the Stanford Dish as well as Lake Lagunita. The location provides convenient access to a variety of outdoor trails for exercise. 1047 is also a self-operated house that is managed by residents with a house cook on-site.

Synergy exterior. Credit: Residential and Dining Enterprises

Row: Synergy

Synergy is a student-run cooperative community located on Stanford campus, tucked just above the row. Synergy was founded in 1972, growing out of a student-initiated course that sought to establish and experiment with a community encouraging cooperative relationships, collective action, and alternative lifestyles.