The Munger Graduate Residence is available to graduate students in all disciplines, with priority given to Law School students. This premier, architecturally-distinctive property features exceptional campus views, beautifully appointed, fully-furnished air-conditioned apartments with open floor plans, spacious living rooms, private bedrooms and en-suite bathrooms. Contemporary full kitchens, and other high-quality services and amenities are also available.
These apartments offer generous square footage (utilities included), as well as green, sustainable features. Both academic-year and full-year contracts are available. All units—consisting of standard and premium studios, one-, two-, and four-bedroom apartments—include a private bath for each student. Most four-bedroom apartments also include a guest bathroom. All units are furnished with beautiful custom-designed furniture.
The Munger complex includes the Market at Munger offering fresh produce, grab-and-go meals, kitchen staples, kosher foods and other necessities.
500 Sq. ft.
450 Sq. ft.
Premium Two Bedroom
1050 Sq. ft.
Premium Four Bedroom
1725 Sq. ft.
650 Sq. ft.
• Furnished lounges, some with balconies
• Grand or baby-grand piano in each building
• Coin-free, energy and water efficient washer/dryers
• TV lounges
• Mailrooms with individual mailboxes and parcel boxes
• Outdoor areas ideal for informal social gatherings
• Available covered permit parking nearby
• Cable, phone, and Internet connectivity
• Public restroom on the first floor of each building
• Recycling collection areas at each building
• Meeting rooms and study spaces
• Computer cluster
• Dedicated Housing Service Center
• The Market at Munger
|Residence Name||Munger Graduate Residences Map|
|Housing Service Center||Munger Graduate Residence Housing Service Center|
|Custodial Service||Common areas are university-managed. Apartments are not serviced while occupied.|
|Dining Service||All apartments have kitchens. Students may also purchase a graduate meal plan from R&DE Stanford Dining.|
|Air conditioning||Extra-long full bed (queen bed in couples apartments and studios)||Bookcases||Microwave oven|
|Energy Star appliances and water-saving fixtures||Desk||Sofa||Dining counter with barstools (studio units)|
|Solid surface countertops throughout||Ergonomic desk chair||Lounge chair(s)||Dishwasher|
|In-room recycling bin||Desk lamp||Entry table||Sink with garbage disposal|
|Wall-to-wall carpeting||File cabinet||Floor lamp (except in studios)||Four-burner electric stove with full-size oven and hood|
|Window coverings||Closet organizer system||Most 4 bedroom units also have a guest bath||22 cu. ft. refrigerator/ freezer|
|High-speed internet connection||Bathtub with shower||Dining table and seating (except units w/ eating counters)|
|Dual-flush toilet||Closet with organizer system in units with bedrooms|
|Sink and Mirror|
|Towel bars and robe hook|
Note: Purchase bed linens for full extra-long beds (54″ x 80″). One-bedroom units and couples' studios have queen beds (60” x 80). Students provide their own cookware, dishes, utensils, towels and other kitchen items.
About the Buildings
Located in the heart of Stanford's campus, the Munger Graduate Residence is intended to foster community and interaction. The design of the complex emphasizes open common areas, and the architecture fosters a sense of community and cross-disciplinary discussion. The donors' vision is that students from Stanford Law School and Stanford University’s other top-ranked graduate schools and departments will come together to live, study and exchange ideas in this extraordinary setting.
Made possible with a generous gift from Charles T. Munger, vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, and his wife Nancy Munger, '45, the Munger Graduate Residence is a new concept in interdisciplinary living and learning at Stanford University.
This residence is connected to the campus' Central Energy Facility which supplies hot and chilled water for heating and cooling. The energy plant reduces greenhouse gas emissions for the campus by 68% per year, and water consumption by 33% compared to the previous steam plant. The plant reduces energy used to heat and cool residential buildings by 40%.
All Munger apartments are outfitted with a smart thermostat, designed to keep the residents comfortable. They also have a "smart away" feature that allows the thermostat to default to an energy conserving mode when no one is home.