Stanford University in its online statement said that the undergraduate admissions will remain closed until further notice.
In light of COVID-19, the Office of Undergraduate Admission will remain closed until public health conditions allow us to reopen.
The beautiful campus of Stanford University is situated in the Bay Area of California, about 30 miles from San Francisco. It usually ranks under the top 5 universities in the world.
To those of you who are soon embarking on the college application process, Stanford University understands that recent developments are adding tension, including cancellations of tests and shifts in the grading of spring semesters.
Therefore will not be strict during the admission evaluation process.
The university also suggested that they are committed to working with you and providing full versatility. They want to inform you that in reviewing your submission, you will not be penalised or in a disadvantage.
There is growing concern that the coronavirus will impact admissions decisions for students who have already applied to university and are eagerly awaiting their admissions responses.
Yet the fear remains that the coronavirus will result in universities seeing a decline in foreign student enrolment.
This could have serious economic implications in the coming semesters for the large number of universities which rely on their high number of international students to pay full tuition.
We’ll keep update with the admission process. If you have any question then please do not hesitate to contact us.