EVGR-A for Undergraduates
EVGR-A is a 10-story building, with wings ranging from six to 10 stories high. EVGR opened in 2020 and features a design that reflects the distinct style and attributes of many of Stanford’s most beloved buildings.
This residence is a part of all Neighborhoods
|Residence Name||Escondido Village Graduate Residences, Building A (4)
|Area of Campus||Eastside|
|Navigation Address||Escondido Village, EVGR Bldg A, 757 Campus Drive, Stanford, CA 94305|
|Housing Service Center||Escondido Village Graduate Residences - Ground floor|
|Dining Service||Stanford Dining Meal Plan Required. Each unit has a kitchenette with a fridge, sink, and microwave.|
|Co-ed Type||Mixed-gender by corridor (students of different genders live on the same floor).|
|Resident Type||Residence Hall|
|Custodial Service||Common areas are University managed. Apartments are not serviced while occupied.|
Residence Common Areas
(Due to Covid-19, access to most common areas is currently restricted)
This Building Includes
Music practice rooms
Each Residential Floor Includes
Community room (kitchenette/TV lounge)
Huddle rooms (multiple)
Three-stream recycle/trash chute room
|Wheelchair accessible for living||Yes|
|Wheelchair accessible for visiting||Yes|
|Assistive technology for hard of hearing for living||Yes|
|Areas of Refuge available||Yes|
|Addition Information||Elevators available|
In support of the university’s zero-waste goals, this residences is equipped with a multi-stream collection system: organics; paper recycling; cardboard recycling; plastics, metals and glass recycling; and landfill. Sorting waste increases its reuse value. We encourage students to participate in this and other Cardinal Green practices.
Right Image: EVGR Multi-Stream Recycling Room
EVGR Location Information
Escondido Village, EVGR Bldg A (4)
Undergraduates receive mail at the U.S. Post Office in White Plaza. More information about mail service on campus is available here.
All apartments have kitchens, but do not have a stove or oven. At Stanford R&DE, we provide an exceptional dining experience regardless of your living location. With locally-sourced, sustainable ingredients, our chefs craft delicious options for every meal. A Stanford Dining meal plan will be required of all undergraduates. Units in EVGR Building A will have refrigerators and microwaves, but no stoves or ovens. In order to control the flow of students and adhere to physical distancing guidelines, students will be assigned to a specific dining location based on their housing assignment.
Common areas are university-managed. Apartments are not serviced while occupied.