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HOW TO REGISTER

There are four easy ways to register for a Continuing Studies course:

  • Online
  • In Person
  • By Mail
  • By Fax

Online

The fastest and easiest way to register for courses is online. You may browse through the online course catalogue, add courses to your cart, and then complete the online registration process. If you already know which courses you want to register for, you may go to View Cart and begin registration.

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Register in person, by mail, or by fax

If you would rather register in person, by mail, or by fax, you may download the registration form, available in PDF format. You will receive written confirmation of your course enrollment before the first class meeting.

Please do not send duplicate registrations. Additionally, please do not send registration forms by email, as it is not a secure way to send sensitive information.

Payments can be made by credit card, check, cashier's check or money order, or STAP funds (for those eligible). We cannot accept cash payments in our office.


Classroom location information will be posted in your online student account approximately one week before the course begins.
 

Registration Form (PDF)
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Register in person
365 Lasuen Street, Littlefield Center, Stanford Campus
Office hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 am - 12 noon; 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Open until 7:15 pm during the first week of classes
Directions to the Continuing Studies office

Register by mail
Stanford Continuing Studies
365 Lasuen Street, Littlefield Center
Stanford, CA 94305-6079

Register by fax
650-725-4248

Please note that mailed registration forms must be postmarked no more than three business days before registration starts. Registration forms mailed or faxed early will be held and processed beginning at 11:30 am on the first day of registration.