Health and Wellness
Stanford understands that health and wellness are closely tied to happiness and success. We urge students to take full advantage of the health and wellness resources we provide.
The Biosciences Wellness Matters Program, managed by the Office of Graduate Education, provides curriculum, programs, and support for initiatives that help to create an environment in which all graduate students can thrive.
School of Medicine student center
The fourth floor of the Li Ka Shing Center (LKSC) is open only to Biosciences and medical students. Featuring a view of the Stanford hills, our students have access to a fitness center, entertainment lounge, kitchenette, study rooms, computers and printers, and even a nap room. Many student meetings, formal and informal, happen here.
Additional wellness resources
The Vaden Health Center provides medical services, counseling and psychological services, physical therapy, and a pharmacy.
The Weiland Health Initiative, a partnership with the Vaden Health Center, aims to promote mental health and wellness across all gender identities and sexual orientations.
The Office of Sexual Assault & Relationship Abuse Education & Response (SARA) focuses on prevention and intervention of interpersonal violence.
The Office of Alcohol Policy and Education aims to help students drink safely.
Stanford Recreation provides fitness and recreation facilities, personal training, group fitness classes, club sports, and much more.