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Location and Contact

View of Bechtel Courtyard on a sunny day with purple flowers in bloom and Hoover Tower in the background

View of the newly renovated Bechtel Courtyard, between Encina Hall (R) and Encina Commons (L)

Contact

Phone:  (650) 721-6767
Email:  humanrights[at]stanford[dot]edu

To contact particular staff or affiliates, please find individual contact information on our People page.

Office Location

The Center is located on the garden level of Encina Hall Central, in Suite 030. (See Stanford Campus Map) There are entrance points at the courtyard and the east and central wings of the building.

Directions

Visitors can access our office via one of three entrance points, all of which require Stanford ID cards. The preferred entrance for students is via the Encina Hall East door on Arguello Way; enter through the ground floor entrance, then walk up three steps and straight through the first pair of double doors in front of you. All Stanford affiliates may use the ADA-accessible main entrance at the front of Encina Hall; you can proceed down the main stairs or elevator to the garden level, and follow the signs to the Center offices.

The office can also be accessed from the patio in Bechtel Courtyard; while facing north, walk toward the patio near the east wing of Encina Hall—not Encina Commons. You will find a doorway marked with the Center's name and logo at the bottom of a ramp and stairs.

If you are driving, the closest parking is on Galvez Street or the underground Knight Management Center parking garage (Parking Structure 7), beneath Stanford's Graduate School of Business, accessed via Campus Drive. 

Mailing Address

Center for Human Rights and International Justice
616 Jane Stanford Way
Encina Hall Central 030
Mail Code 6045
Stanford, CA 94305

For interoffice mail on campus, you can simply use MC6045

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