Health & Wellness

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Athletic facilities and the Vaden Health Center, including a range of confidential counseling and psychological advisory services, have all been made easily accessible to enhance students’ health and wellbeing throughout their summer on campus.

Athletic Facilities

Stanford health and athletics facilities are varied and state-of-the-art. Work out on machines in either of the two gyms on campus. Try a yoga or TaeKwonDo class in the large, well-equipped studio. Challenge yourself on the climbing wall or enjoy free access to our swimming pools; tennis, handball, and squash courts; basketball and sand volleyball courts; our golf course; and the fields and equipment that Stanford devotes to track and field, softball, soccer, and field hockey.

Stanford’s location also gives students access to hiking, bicycling, and running.

Find out More about Athletic Facilities


Vaden Health Center

Vaden Health Center is Stanford’s campus health care clinic. Within the center there are many branches including Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), an X-ray clinic, a physical therapy center, and an allergy, immunization, and injection clinic.

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

CAPS provides individual and group psychological counseling for all registered undergraduate Stanford students. Each student is eligible for a free initial evaluation or short-term counseling. CAPS cannot provide long-term counseling. Confidentiality is strictly maintained.

Confidential Sexual Assault Counseling (CSAC) Office

The Confidential Sexual Assault Counseling (CSAC) Office offers emotional support, consultation and short-term individual counseling to Stanford students impacted by sexual assault and relationship violence. CSAC is staffed by a licensed psychologist and licensed clinical social worker. At CSAC students can receive information and guidance about their rights and reporting options. Confidentiality is strictly maintained. There is no charge for CSAC services.

Visit the Vaden Health Center Website