Graduate Housing Statistics

General Housing Statistics

Approximately 4,825 graduate students live in on-campus housing, and about 1,138 are assigned to subsidized off-campus apartments this year.

Assignment Round Statistics

(Statistics will be added throughout the year as the assignment rounds are completed.) View historical graduate housing assignment statistics.

2017-18 Autumn Quarter Graduate Housing Lottery Results

Overall First-Round Lottery Statistics

In the 2017-18 Lottery, there were a total of 6,747 students who applied for Graduate Housing. After the first round, there were a total of 789 unassigned students (26 new students, 80 continuing doctoral students with medium priority, 569 continuing students with low priority, and 114 continuing students without priority years). For more details, see below.

All Graduate Students

 

All Students

 

 

New

Renewals

Medium Priority

Low Priority

No Priority

Total

Applied for Housing

2386

3070 311 806 175 6748

Assigned to Housing

2361 3070 232 233 61 5957

Not Assigned to Housing

25 --- 79 573 114 791

By Housing Category

 

Single Students

Couples without Children

Students with Children

New

Renewals

PhD, JD, MD & JSD with Medium Priority

Coterms and 2nd year Masters with Low Priority

Cont'g without priority

Total

New

Renewals

PhD, JD, MD & JSD with Medium Priority

Coterms and 2nd year Masters with Low Priority

Cont'g without priority

Total

New

Renewals

PhD, JD, MD & JSD with Medium Priority

Coterms and 2nd year Masters with Low Priority

Cont'g without priority

Total

Applied for Housing

2001 2487 198 724 132 5541 302 432 98 80 23 935 83 152 15 3 20 273

Assigned to Housing

1989 2487 171 231 33 4903 290 432 46 7 8 783 82 152 15 3 20 272

Not Assigned to Housing

12 --- 27 493 99 638 12 --- 52 73 15 152 1

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0 0 0 1

Single Graduate Housing

All single students who applied for graduate housing by the deadline were assigned a random application number from 0001 to 3500. (Current students living in Single Graduate Student Housing who renewed their housing contracts were not given application numbers.) Students who requested to be in a group were given a common number.

New graduate students who apply by the first-round Lottery deadline and select that they are willing to live anywhere on campus are guaranteed housing. Munger and the GSB Residences are not automatically assigned out of the final choice “assign me anywhere on campus” due to their price. These options were only assigned to students who specifically listed them on their applications.

New Graduate Students (who will be in their first year of graduate study at Stanford):

  • 307 of those assigned were Graduate School of Business assignments to the GSB Residences.
  • 37 of those assigned were exempt medical accommodations or staff assignments.
  • All of the 12 unassigned new students restricted their choices and so are no longer guaranteed. They will still maintain a high priority for assignment.

Renewals:

  • 2487 single graduate students were eligible to renew their contracts for the 2017-18 and bypass the Lottery.

Continuing Graduate Students with Medium Housing Priority (PhD, JSD, MD, JD):

  • 6 of those assigned were Graduate School of Business assignments to the GSB Residences.
  • 59 of those assigned were exempt medical accommodations or staff assignments.
  • All of the 27 of the unassigned students with medium priority restricted their choices.

Continuing Graduate Students with Low Housing Priority (Second Year Masters & Coterminal Students):

  • 32 of those assigned were Graduate School of Business assignments to the GSB Residences.
  • 57 of those assigned were exempt medical accommodations or staff assignments.
  • 142 additional students with low housing priority were assigned.

Continuing Graduate Students without Housing Priority:

  • 33 of those assigned were exempt medical accommodations or staff assignments.
  • No other graduate students without priority were assigned.

Couples without Children Housing

All students who applied for Couple without Children Housing by the deadline were given a random number from 0001 to 1000. (Current students living in Couple without Children Housing who renewed their housing contracts were not given application numbers.)

New Graduate Students (who will be in their first year of graduate study at Stanford):

  • 13 of those assigned were exempt medical accommodations or staff assignments.
  • Seven of those assigned were Graduate School of Business assignments to the GSB Residences.
  • All of the new couples without children who indicated that they were willing to live anywhere were assigned.
  • 12 of the unassigned new couples without children listed restricted choices and are no longer guaranteed housing, but will still maintain a high priority for assignment.

Renewals:

  • 432 couples without children were eligible to renew their contracts for the 2017-18 and bypass the Lottery.

Continuing Graduate Students with Medium Housing Priority (PhD, JSD, MD, JD):

  • 15 of those assigned were exempt medical accommodations or staff assignments.
  • 31 students with medium priority were assigned, many of them were assigned because they specifically listed Munger.

Continuing Graduate Students with Low Housing Priority (PhD, JSD, MD, JD):

  • Six students were assigned with exempt medical accommodations or staff assignments.
  • One couple with low housing priority was assigned because he/she specifically listed Munger.

Continuing Graduate Students without Housing Priority:

  • Eight of those assigned were exempt medical accommodations or staff assignments.
  • No other students without priority were assigned.

Students with Children Housing

All students with children who applied for housing by the deadline were assigned a random application number from 0001 to 0500. (Current students living in Student with Children Housing who renewed their housing contracts were not given application numbers.)

New Graduate Students:

  • All 82 of the new students with children who applied listing the Escondido Village apartments were assigned.
  • One student was not assigned because he/she only listed off-campus subsidized housing.

Renewals:

  • 152 students with children were eligible to renew their contracts for the 2017-18 and bypass the Lottery.

Continuing Graduate Students with Medium Housing Priority (PhD, JSD, MD, JD):

  • All students with medium priority were assigned

Continuing Graduate Students with Low Housing Priority:

  • All students with low priority were assigned

Continuing Graduate Students without Housing Priority:

  • All students without priority were assigned

Special Priorities

Listed below are the law student priorities available for Munger Graduate Residences.                                  

Munger

Students 

Priority Level 1

First-year law JD students

Priority Level 2

Second- & Third-year transfer law JD students (first year at Stanford)

Priority Level 3

LLM students

Priority Level 4

Returning resident law students (for their specific residence type)

Priority Level 5

Second- and third-year law students

 

Listed below are the law student priorities available for the GSB Residences. All of the students with priority level 1 – 3 were assigned.                                   

GSB  Residences

Students 

Priority Level 1

First-year MBA

Priority Level 2

First-year MSx

Priority Level 3

First-year PhD

Priority Level 4

Second-year MSx

Priority Level 5

Second- and third-year law students

Priority Level 6

Second-year PhD

 

    Historical Graduate Housing Assignment Statistics

    2016-17 Graduate Housing Statistics

    2015-16 Graduate Housing Statistics

    2014-15 Graduate Housing Statistics

    2013-14 Graduate Housing Statistics

    2012-13 Graduate Housing Statistics

    2011-12 Graduate Housing Statistics