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based on 101 reviews
  • Christopher from Antelope, CA

    This school is amazing! Stanford is super renowned for its academic excellency, and if your family income is >100,000, you can go at no expense. read full review

  • Jesseca from Fallbrook, CA

    Stanford has multiple dining halls across campus and Stanford students have access to all of them. Some of these dining halls are very good, while others are not so good. if you don't mind biking to the different dining halls, I would recommend… more read full review

    Stanford has multiple dining halls across campus and Stanford students have access to all of them. Some of these dining halls are very good, while others are not so good. if you don't mind biking to the different dining halls, I would recommend trying a bunch and seeing which you like best. To get really good food your best bet is to eat at restaurants that take meal plan dollars. meal plan dollars is money given to you along with meal swipes (each swipes gets you into the buffet style dining halls). A number of meal plan dollars you get depends on the meal plan you choose. For the first quarter I would recommend getting the 14 meal swipes per week plan that comes with 100 and something dollars in meal plan dollars, and then if you don't like the dining halls I would switch to 10 meal swipes a week so you have more meal plan dollars to spend at restaurants. read full review

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