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Stanford Redwood City

A center of excellence for critical areas that support the university's mission of research and education.
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Get to Know the Campus

Our 35-acre campus is home to approximately 2,700 Stanford staff members. The campus was designed to reflect Stanford’s spirit, mission and culture of discovery, learning and contributing to a better world.

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Campus Directory

Stanford Redwood City is a center of excellence for critical administrative areas. Learn which departments are working at Stanford Redwood City.
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Campus Resources

Explore our blossoming community and workplace amenities like the Cardinal Café, Recreation and Wellness Center and Pine Cone Children's Center.

Ours is a Community

Stanford Redwood City embodies our ethos of commitment to excellence and innovation, encourages health and wellness, provides opportunities to link people within and across the Stanford community, and engages our local neighborhoods.

A Place to Call Home

Our campus includes four modern office buildings, a café and outdoor promenade and plazas, a child care center, parking garage and employee wellness center.

Learn About Us

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Upcoming Events

Virtual Event

Guided Meditation

Thursday, January 27, 2022 | 7:00pm - 8:00pm PST

Virtual Event

Reorienting the Past in South Africa: An Artist Talk

Friday, January 28, 2022 | 12:00pm - 1:30pm PST

Photographs of Martin Luther King Jr. by Bob Fitch inside a Stanford Libraries space on the first floor of Academy Hall

Where We Keep Our Art

An eclectic collection of art has transformed the Stanford Redwood City campus into a vibrant workplace from outdoor sculptures and historic plaques to interior artwork and murals.

"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

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