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When you apply to Stanford, you apply to the university as a whole, not to a particular major, department or school. As a result, no specific courses are required. Visit the Stanford Majors page for more details.
Note: If you have already earned a bachelor's degree, you cannot apply to Stanford as a first-year or transfer applicant. You will need to apply for graduate admission. Information about graduate programs can be found on the Stanford Graduate Admissions website.
Information regarding the cost of attendance (including tuition), financial aid and CSS fee waivers can be found on the Financial Aid Website and Frequently Asked Questions page.
Instructions on how to request an application fee waiver can be found on the Application Fee/Fee Waiver page (First-Year | Transfer).
Thank you for applying to Stanford! You can find answers to questions about your submitted application, including instructions on how to update, make changes and check the status of your application, by navigating to the After Submitting Your Application page for First-Year Applicants or for Transfer Applicants.
Visit our International Applicants page for information about the application process, English Proficiency tests, visas and financial aid for students who are not U.S. citizens or permanent residents of the United States.
Please visit our First-Year Applicants page for detailed information regarding all aspects of the application process, including: application requirements, deadlines, Restrictive Early Action vs. Regular Decision and optional interviews.
Note: If you have completed courses for college credit in an associates or bachelor’s degree program after graduating high school, you must apply as a transfer applicant rather than as a first-year applicant.
If you have completed courses for college credit in an associates or bachelor’s degree program after graduating high school, you must apply as a transfer applicant rather than as a first-year applicant.
You can find more information regarding eligibility, college curriculum recommendations and application requirements by visiting our page for Transfer Applicants.
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