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Admissions/ Resources (Prospective Students)

Application Process Fee Waivers

Data on faculty, students, diversity, graduation timelines, etc. 

Admissions Resources

Scholarship Opportunities (for students admitted and applying):

Wade Scholarship Program
Deadline: January 13, 2023  
For Stanford's admitted (and applying) School of Engineering students, the WSP scholarship offers full financial support and the advocacy of Stanford alumni focused on increasing the numbers of students of African descent in STEM fields at Stanford.

For undergraduate researchers looking to get involved in research

SURF Program Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship

Student Groups addressing racism in CEE:

  • CEE Anti-Racism Working Group
  • EFML Anti-Racism Discussion Group
  • Graduate Life Committee
  • Se3 Students on Environmental Justice in School of Sustainability

Action List

The CEE Department is committed to taking concrete steps to address institutional racism in academia. Stanford affiliates can review departmental actions promoting diversity, equity and inclusion which are under consideration or in progress on the CEE department intranet.  (SSO Login Required.)

Stanford addresses Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access (IDEAL) in several ways. The CEE community can access additional information and resources promoting and learning about Anti-racism with the following links:

Discrimination Concerns/Grievances

Reporting a Concern

The Diversity and Access Office works with faculty, staff, students,* members of the public and applicants, and can be contacted with concerns regarding the following:

Discrimination on the basis of race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, marital status, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status or any other trait or status protected by applicable law;

Sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and Americans with Disabilities Act; and

EEO Affirmative Action and VEVRAA Compliance.

Reporting site
Anonymous Reporting

Ethics & Compliance Helpline

Members of the Stanford community who have concerns may report them, anonymously if desired, and a resolution will be made by knowledgeable individuals. Raising concerns is a service to Stanford. Stanford policy prohibits retaliation against an individual who in good faith reports or provides information about concerns or suspected violations.

Examples of issues to raise through the Helpline: conflicts of interest, environmental health and safety concerns, sexual harassment, theft or fraud, accounting irregularities, athletics compliance, violations of law, contract, or University policy.

Anonymous reporting resources

Students including CEE alumni Anthony Kinslow II, PhD, Founder and CEO Gemini Energy Solutions, LLC talk about graduate opportunities at Stanford.

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School of Engineering Equity and Inclusion Initiatives

Our programs provide a forum for students to access resources, build community, and collaborate collectively toward our shared goals of equity and excellence in engineering.