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The Knight-Hennessy Scholars application is now available. The deadline to apply for enrollment in fall 2019 is September 12, 2018.

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If you are interested in learning more about the Knight-Hennessy Scholars program, please send us your contact information so that we can reach out to you in the future.

Future Scholars

Future Scholars

If you are a prospective applicant for the Knight-Hennessy Scholars program, please complete the following form so that we can stay in touch with you.
Campus Partners

Campus Partners

If you are a college or university official advising prospective applicants, please complete the following form to be added to our list of campus partners.
Community Interest

Community Interest

If you wish to learn more but are neither a future Knight-Hennessy Scholar nor advising students, please complete the following form to be added to our list of contacts. Journalists, parents of an applicant, Stanford alums, this form is for you.

Contact Information

8:30am - 4:30pm (Pacific Time), Monday through Friday
Temporary Office
Knight-Hennessy Scholars Program
Littlefield Management Center, Second Floor
365 Lasuen Street (also listed as 365 Lasuen Mall)
Stanford, CA  94305-5005  USA
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We welcome visitors to the Knight-Hennessy Scholars program. Sorry, we do not schedule individual appointments.
+1.650.721.0771
khscholars@stanford.edu
When emailing or leaving us a phone message, be sure to include your Knight-Hennessy Scholars application number (if you have one), and your email address, so that we can reply to your question in a timely manner.
Frequently Asked Questions
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Last updated April  23, 2018