Eligibility Requirements and Deadlines
Students are eligible to attend the Bing Stanford in Washington Program during their junior year or the first two quarters of their senior year. A limited number of sophomores may be accepted in the second round for winter and spring quarters. If the program is not full after our first round application we will have a second round application. Students who want to participate in the program during their sophomore year should wait until a second round to apply*.
Applications are due two quarters in advance. Qualified students will be contacted for interviews as part of the application process. Students who will not be on campus during their application quarter are strongly encouraged to contact program staff before leaving campus so they can have an in person interview or conversation with us. Transfer students must have completed at least one academic quarter at Stanford at the time of application.
If you are on provisional registration or on University suspension for any reason, or if Stanford has conferred your undergraduate degree before the last date of residence of the program you are NOT eligible to participate in the Program. If you are on University probation or academic probation or are not eligible for housing at Stanford University you are likewise unable to participate in the Program.
Students from all majors are welcome to apply. There is no coursework required for admission, however the Program strongly recommends that students take coursework related to their particular internship interests.
* If the program fills after the first round there will not be a second round this will be announced on this website.
Second Round WinterQuarter 2021-22: October 17, 2021. Applications are currently being accepted and admission decisions made on a rolling basis.
First Round Spring Quarter 2021-22: November 1, 2021
Second Round Spring Quarter 2021-22* tbd on Nov. 1, 2021
First Round Fall Quarter 2022-2023: Check back for application after November 1, 2021
Program application is available here.