Faith, Justice, and the Intellectual Life

As an interdisciplinary Center of Distinction, the Ignatian Center for Jesuit Education serves the core vision and mission of Santa Clara University. More About the Center

Morgan Autism Center


Santa Clara University partnership enables acceptance of those with autism 
Santa Clara University students are stepping off campus and signing into Morgan Autism Center’s Adult Program for valuable real-life lessons around social justice. Read More.


A Life of Faith & Courage


As we commemorate a variety of anniversaries in El Salvador, including the 35th Anniversary of the assassination of Oscar Romero, Anthony Ferrari, '15 shares reflections and a translation of Rutilio Grande's Sermon de Apopa.


In the Spotlight


Good Neighbors
In its first year, Thriving Neighbors began a long-term partnership with residents of San Jose’s Greater Washington area. Here, one in five residents lives below the federal poverty line. TNI’s first community partner is Washington Elementary, home to a successful after-school program and Madre a Madre, an active mother’s group. Read more.


A Jesuit Inspiration
At the age of 19 I left college at Stanford to become a Jesuit. It’s not that I didn’t love being a student there; I did. But somehow it wasn’t enough. By contrast, the Jesuit high school I attended in San Francisco stressed a very clear educational objective: to form men and women for others. We learned, among other things, that an education not oriented toward justice for others was a farce. Read more.