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Stanford Redwood City Campus, Photos by Christine Baker-Parrish and licensed by HR Communications
Welcome to Stanford Redwood City

Stanford has been an integral part of the San Francisco Bay Area for more than 125 years and we are excited to join the Redwood City community.

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Get to Know the Campus

The first phase of our new 35-acre campus will be home to 2,700 Stanford staff members and is located about 1.5 miles from downtown Redwood City. The campus was designed to reflect Stanford’s spirit, mission and culture of discovery, learning, and contributing to a better world.

Cardinal Hall entrance, Photos by Christine Baker-Parrish and licensed by HR Communications

Departments

Stanford Redwood City is a center of excellence for critical administrative areas of the university. Learn which departments are working at Stanford Redwood City.
Cardinal Cafe, Photos by Christine Baker-Parrish and licensed by HR Communications

Campus Amenities

Explore our blossoming community and workplace amenities like the Cardinal Cafe, Recreation and Wellness Center, and Pine Cone Children's Center.
Facilities & Operations, Photos by Christine Baker-Parrish and licensed by HR Communications

Facilities & Operations

Redwood City is supported experienced professionals in operations, facilities and property management.
Stanford Redwood City Campus, Photos by Christine Baker-Parrish and licensed by HR Communications
Find Your Way

2855 Bay Road, Redwood City, CA 94063

Recreation & Wellness Center

Child Care Center

"Stanford Redwood City is essential to the future of Stanford, and I'm excited about the work being done to make it a great workplace for our employees. This is a unique opportunity to create both a new center of excellence for our operations and a vibrant, attractive workplace with more services for our employees. This is not just about moving people and functions. The development of Stanford Redwood City will require all of us at Stanford, wherever we work, to develop new ways of working together and connecting with each other."

- Marc Tessier-Lavigne, President