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About SCU Summer
The Santa Clara University (SCU) Summer Session is open to all college students in good academic standing at their home institutions. All non-degree seeking SCU students, incoming Fall 2014 transfers students and students from other schools (non-SCU students) must fill out and submit an Online Summer Application, and pay the appropriate fees and deposits before they will be permitted to register for summer courses. Verification of Enrollment / good standing must be sent to the Santa Clara University Registrar's Office.
SCU is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. Units earned at SCU generally are transferable to other colleges and universities. Students from other universities or colleges should consult with academic advisors at their home institutions prior to registration in SCU's Summer Session to determine the transferability of SCU units.
Enrollment in the Undergraduate Summer Session does not guarantee or imply acceptance to SCU during the regular academic year. To enroll in SCU for the regular undergraduate academic year, please apply through the Undergraduate Admissions Office at 408-554-4700 or on the Admissions website.
Santa Clara University is dedicated to:
An uncompromising standard of academic excellence and an unwavering commitment to academic freedom, freedom of inquiry, and freedom of expression in the search for truth; and
Being a community enriched by men and women of diverse backgrounds, respectful of difference and enlivened by open dialogue, caring and justice toward others, and committed to broad participation in achieving the common good.
Unlawful harassment and discrimination subverts these university ideals. Any behavior constituting unlawful harassment or discrimination toward any individual in the course of any University-administered program, job, or activity is prohibited. The University does not tolerate unlawful harassment or discrimination and will take prompt and effective corrective action including, where appropriate, disciplinary action up to and including dismissal or expulsion. The university’s policy applies to university staff, students, faculty, and all other individuals engaged with university activities. Any questions, concerns or complaints should be directed to the Director of EEO/Diversity, Deborah Hirsch, at 408-554-4113.