Wilbur Exterior

Wilbur Hall

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Wilbur Hall is a large residence complex - home to approximately 390 students - consisting of eight houses which surround a central dining commons. One of the houses, Okada, is a four-class house with an Asian American cross-cultural theme. The complex has breezeways that connect adjacent houses from the second and third floors and extensive laundry equipment in its basement.

Wilbur Hall is named for Ray Lyman Wilbur, a Stanford alumnus, who served as dean of the Stanford School of Medicine, third Stanford president (1916-1943), and chancellor. As with Stern Hall, Wilbur was built following World War II and moved away from the arches and intricacies that characterized the rest of Stanford campus. Each house in Wilbur is named for a Spanish word.  Though originally designed as an all-men’s residence, the complex has been mixed-gender for several decades.

Which houses are used for frosh and which are used for upperclass students is subject to change.

For information on the accessibility of residences for both living and visiting, please reference our Undergraduate Residences Accessibility Summary chart.

 

General Information

Residence Name Wilbur Hall – Map
Neighborhood Eastside
Navigation Address 658 Escondido Road, Stanford, CA 94305
Housing Front Desk Wilbur Housing Front Desk
Dining Service Stanford's largest residential dining complex, Wilbur Dining serves residents of Arroyo, Cedro, Junipero, Okada, Otero, Rinconada, Soto, and Trancos.
Housing Category Six houses, some all-frosh, some upperclass, and one 4-class
Custodial Service University managed
Single room - Top View
Single room - Top View
Double room (used as a single room for Autumn 2020) - Top View
Double room - Top View

Wilbur Houses

Houses

Configuration

Coed type

Res Ed Program

Arroyo Upperclass Co-ed by corridor N/A
Cedro All-frosh Co-ed by corridor N/A
Junipero Upperclass Co-ed by corridor N/A
Okada (Theme House) Four-class residence Two single-gender floors and one mixed-gender floor Ethnic theme house - Asian American Focus. See Residential Education's web page on Okada.
Pre-assignments offered.
Otero All-frosh Two single-gender floors and one mixed-gender floor N/A
Rinconada All-frosh Co-ed by corridor N/A
Soto Upperclass Co-ed by corridor N/A
Trancos Upperclass Co-ed by corridor N/A

Furnishings

Wall-to-wall carpeting Extra-long twin bed
Window coverings Desk and chair
High-speed internet access Bookshelves
Telephone and telephone line Dresser
Cable TV capability Mirror
  Waste basket and recycling bin