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Stanford University
Stanford, CA 94305
URL: http://www.stanford.edu
General Phone: (650)723-2300
Admissions: (650)723-2091
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Fast Facts

Control: Private (nonprofit)
Coed Status: Coeducational
Campus Setting: Suburb of Large City
Calendar System: Quarter
HBCU: No
Year Founded: 1891
School Colors: Cardinal, White
School Nickname: Cardinal

Student Body (Fall 2008)

Total Student Population
(17,833 students)
Attendance Status
of All Undergraduates
Demographic Breakdown
of Full-Time Undergraduates
Gender Breakdown
of Full-Time Undergraduates
Undergraduates 6,532
Graduates 10,280
Professional 1,021
Total Students 17,833
Full-Time 6,502
African American 647
American Indian 178
Asian American 1,497
Caucasian 2,482
Hispanic American 795
International 452
Not Specified 451
Male 3,321
Female 3,181

Source: National Center for Education Statistics, IPEDS database. Survey files used include Institutional Characteristics, Enrollments and Student Financial Aid; Survey years include 2007-2008, 2008-2009, and 2009-2010. The information on this page is believed to be accurate for the 2008 school year, though College Toolkit does not guarantee such accuracy.

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