The Stanford community is fortunate to have access to a vast array of health and wellness resources.

Stanford Health Alerts – includes live updates on the COVID-19 pandemic

Stanford Health Improvement Program – healthy living, behavior change and fitness classes

Stanford Recreation & Wellness – classes, fitness assessments and personal training

Stanford Coordinated Care – managing chronic conditions

Slack #stanford-wellness channel

Campus maps – for running, walking and biking

Nutrition – healthy recipes created by HIP, nutrition information and resources to plan your meals

WorkLife Office – parenting resources and elder care

Faculty Staff Help Center – counseling services and workshops

Cardinal at Work – resource for all Stanford benefits

Continuing Studies – lifelong learning

Ombuds Office – conflict resolution services

Diversity and Access Office – ensures University compliance around diversity and disability

Environmental Health and Safety – principal health and safety office

Parking and Transportation – one-stop shop for transportation in and around Stanford

Residential & Dining Enterprises – healthy food choices and locations

Office for Religious Life – providing faith based services and programs

Cantor Art Center – galleries, gardens and more

Stanford Blood Center – schedule a blood donation

Sustainable Stanford – building sustainability practices into daily life

Family First – family activities on campus

Stanford Prevention Research Center – providing health resources and research through the School of Medicine

Center for Integrative Medicine – complementing modern medicine

Center on Longevity – transforming the culture of human aging

Spectrum – Stanford clinical trial opportunities

Stanford Health Library – Answers to your medical questions

As an official Stanford retiree, you will be eligible to register for discounted classes offered by the Stanford Health Improvement Program (HIP): Two fitness classes per quarter (on a space-available basis) at $30.00 per class; or any Healthy Living class at up to a 50% discount. Please request these discounts directly through the HIP office: email

Through Stanford Recreation & Wellness, you have access to a variety of athletic, recreation and wellness facilities on campus using your Stanford ID card, including two 75,000-square-foot sports and recreation centers, a recreational pool, a driving range, tennis courts, indoor climbing walls, playing fields and a world-class aquatic center.

To access fitness classes and recreational facilities, you must present your official Stanford Retiree ID card. If you need a free card, visit the Stanford ID Card Office located at Tressider Student Union, 459 Lagunita Drive, 2nd floor.