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Study Halls offer a quiet, supportive space to get your academic work done in the company of other Stanford students. The goal is an environment where you can produce your best work. Whether you are an undergraduate student looking for some structured study time or a graduate student looking to make progress on your thesis, there is a study hall for you.

Study Halls

For any and all Stanford students to make progress on their academic work.

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For students enrolled in CHEM 31A to make progress on their coursework in study groups. 

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For students enrolled in MATH 19 to make progress on their coursework in study groups. 

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For Stanford graduate and professional students to make progress on their academic work. Postdoctoral scholars are also welcome!

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For Stanford graduate and professional students to discuss and apply best practices in their academic work in a structured, peer-supported setting.

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Make progress on your academic work!

Every study hall (with the exception of Virtual Study Halls) comes equipped with snacks, beverages, and coffee to help you stay motivated and efficient. Academic Coaches and Peer Learning Consultants are available to answer your questions and offer feedback. Subject and writing tutors may be available by request.

Study Halls and Studios are hosted by the Peer Learning Consultant Program, and brought to you by the Center for Teaching and Learning. For more information, email ctlstudyhalls@stanford.edu.

Due to health concerns about COVID-19, we will only be offering our study halls and studios in a virtual format until further notice.

Learn about all of our study halls and studios below!