Resident Fellow Program
Residential Education strongly believes that living and learning should be integrated, not separate.
In the residences we promote an environment that blends formal and informal learning to facilitate intellectual curiosity and personal growth. A key component of this effort is the Resident Fellow program.
Resident Fellows, or RFs, are Stanford faculty and, occasionally, senior administrative staff who live apartments or cottages in or adjacent to student residences and act as leaders for their communities. They work with the local staff to build an environment that synthesizes and contextualizes students’ educational experience and supports students’ personal development.
Become a Resident Fellow
Learn more about the process of becoming an RF in one of Stanford's dorms and access the application.
Primary Roles of a Resident Fellow
Explore the different types of roles a Resident Fellows may experience during the course of an academic year.
Resident Fellow FAQ
Find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about the RF role.