Stanford University, located in the San Francisco Bay Area, is a center of study, exploration, speech and creativity. Stanford's fields of expertise were established in 1885 and cover seven colleges along with academic institutes, the arts, and athletics. Stanford's professors, employees, and students operate through the exploration and development of expertise to enhance the safety and welfare of individuals around the globe.
Visitor Information Services at 295 Galvez Road, a branch of the Undergraduate Admission Office at Stanford University, provides charts, details and regular campus guides, except for certain school breaks and holidays. As well as a variety of specialized tours, prospective students can tour and experience Stanford through the Discover Stanford programme. The Stanford Visitor Center focuses on the prospective student population and provides guided campus tours to nearly 100,000 people each year, including general walking tours that are open to the public twice a day.
A Memorial Church in Stanford
Jane Stanford founded Memorial Church in remembrance of her friend, Leland Stanford. It was built in 1903, and remains the Main Quadrangle's most influential architectural element. The mosaics that cover the interior walls depict scenes from the Hebrew Bible. The stained glass windows show scenes from the scriptures of Christians. The church features the organ of Fisk-Nanney which has 73 ranks and 4,332 pipes.
Hoover Tower and Gazebo
Built in 1941, the 285-foot Hoover Tower was dedicated as part of Stanford's 50th Anniversary celebration. The observation deck includes views of the Santa Clara Mountains and holds a 48-bell carillon, the biggest engraved "For Peace Alone May I Ring." The lobby contains displays on subjects such as the architect of the institution — Stanford alumnus and U.S. president Herbert Hoover — and archives housed at the Hoover Institution Library & Archives.
This space features both static and interactive exhibits highlighting Stanford Athletics history and student-athlete achievements. Available from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. weekdays And 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturdays (Sundays closed). Times differ on game days of football.
In the 1960s, the 150-foot-diameter radio telescope called the Dish in the Stanford foothills was built to test the scattering properties of the ionosphere on earth. It stays in operation and belongs to SRI International. Inside Stanford's 315-acre nature park, which also funds education projects, forest conservation and biodiversity, more than 600,000 visitors stroll the service roads annually.
This amazing educational institution is conveniently located near some of Danville’s other top schools. Make sure to check them out on your next visit:
University of California, Berkeley
Diablo Valley College
Saint Mary's College of California
California State University East Bay Concord Campus
California College of the Arts
Las Positas College
University of San Francisco
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