680 Lomita is located at the top of the hill alongside SAE, TDX and 1035.
The row managers are encouraged to be extremely outgoing and generally amazing people.
The house draws very low every year and attracts a very diverse yet sociable group.
The house has 56 residents, including 6 staff positions.
680 has a fantastic chef (literally, his enchiladas are to die for) and a wonderful custodian.
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.
Information regarding mail and package delivery
Students living in Row Houses (Upper Row, Lower Row, Clusters 1, 2, or 3/Cowell) are strongly encouraged to follow the directions for the mail and package process provided on the Mail Delivery and Shipping page, as the PO Box address is each student’s official Stanford address and should be maintained during their entire undergraduate career. However, Row residents are also able to have mail packages delivered directly to their Row house by addressing mail and packages to the house's street address. Please be reminded that Student Housing/the University accepts no responsibility for packages sent to/delivered at individual residences.
Additional Community Information
What’s the coolest thing about your house and community?
Our house is a self-selecting group of vibrant and social people. As a result, everyone is willing and eager to be an involved member of the 680 community. No matter the event the staff plans, our house rolls out to attend and engage. This avid involvement and excitement is the reason we have such a close-knit community.
What qualities make a successful 680 staff team member?
A successful 680 staff member needs to be excited, social and productive. We aim to create a welcoming environment with tons of opportunities for community building. As a result, we need a staff that can both work together to get things done and engage with the diverse community. A successful staff member also needs to be a team player who can support the remaining staff and work towards the staff being a cohesive unit.
Our house is meaningful to the Stanford community because
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.