Student Groups

There more than 100 student arts groups on campus.

Student Groups


Digital Media

Film & Television


*Groups run through a department or by a faculty leader

Student Advisory Boards

Take a leading role in student activities at Stanford's major arts organizations.

  • The Anderson Collection at Stanford University’s Student Advisory Board comprises undergraduate and graduate students from across all departments of the university. Students help curate public programming, attend exhibition receptions, participate in artists workshops, and involve the campus community in all that the museum has to offer. To join, contact Aimee Shapiro, Director of Programming and Engagement.
  • Cantor Ambassadors shape how the museum engages with students in addition to planning events and other outreach programs. No previous art experiene required, just a passion for the museum. Meetings take place twice a month, November through May. Email Kim Mansfield for more information.
  • The Stanford Live Student Ambassadors (SLAm) meet regularly with Stanford Live's artistic staff to plan and produce student events on campus. SLAm members serve as Stanford Live's liaisons to other students and arts organizations on campus. More information on how to join coming soon!

Starting a Student Group

For more information on starting your own, officially recognized student organization, visit Stanford's Student Activities and Leadership website.

Student Engagement Contact

Claudia Dorn
Manager of Resources and Community
Office of the Vice President for the Arts