In 1988, Stanford University purchased a property at the intersection of Connecticut Avenue and Woodley Road in Northwest Washington. With funds generously provided by Anne T. (MLA ’07) and Robert M. Bass (MBA ’74), the venue would become Stanford in Washington’s home.
The Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Center houses students and has several program spaces, as well as apartments for Stanford faculty in residence, including:
The Bing Tutorial Room
is an intimate seminar room for small classes and meetings.
The Robin and Donald Kennedy Student Lounge
has been enjoyed by students for informal gatherings and watching television since the opening of the center.
The Charles M. Pigott, ’51 Seminar Room
is a large seminar room for classes and meetings.
The Rockefeller Room
is used for formal gatherings, speakers, concerts, and receptions.
The Ann Pigott Wyckoff, ’48 Student Dining Room
is where students enjoy breakfast and dinner each day.
The Weintz Room
is a gym with treadmills, a bicycle, an elliptical machine, and free weights.
Clockwise from top left. Photos by Stavey Vaeth Photography.