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Through community-based learning, students experience a different way to learn, giving of their time and talents to benefit the world around us, near and far.
Explore the historic Santa Clara campus online, then plan a trip to see the stunning mission architecture and lush gardens for yourself.
Get current statistical information about Santa Clara University, collected by the Media Relations office.
Review the current undergraduate and graduate course catalogs to see classes and requirements for SCU academic programs.
The undergraduate and graduate academic calendars are available through 2014. More schedule information can be found on the Office of the Registrar's site.
In addition to providing one of the West Coast Conference's top broad-based intercollegiate sports programs, Santa Clara University also offers comprehensive academic support resources to insure the academic success of the University's student-athletes.
The ACCESS card is Santa Clara University's identification card and more. Use it as a library card, a meal card, or a debit card on or off-campus, and to enter offices and residence halls.
Santa Clara University declares its purpose to be the education of the human person within the Catholic and Jesuit tradition. Within the framework of this overall mission, the Department of Accounting aspires to develop the knowledge, skills, values, and attitudes that graduates will need to succeed as competent, ethical professionals in the practice of accounting and as decision makers in business, government, and not-for-profit organizations.
Action Community Teams (ACT) are small groups of staff who volunteer to help the University incorporate more fully principles of social justice within its institutional policies and practices. ACT primarily focuses on aiding the working poor at SCU and is dedicated to uncovering areas of need and finding ways to fill these needs.
A listing of all Activities Programming Board Events, Programs, and Shows for the Santa Clara University Community.
The current president, vice presidents, provost, vice provosts, deans, directors, department chairs, and governing boards.
Please use this form to direct an inquiry for more information to the Santa Clara University School of Law Admissions office.
If you're ready to apply, or have questions about your application, contact one of our admission offices.
Information regarding the application process, including contacts for admissions, and application forms.
The Jesuit School of Theology prepares men and women to become leaders in ministry, to find spiritual and theological renewal and to gain professional and personal growth.
As the best MBA program in the heart of Silicon Valley, we offer the education, options, and network you need to succeed.
Gain advanced quantitative skills you?ll need in a growing financial industry, with specializations in corporate finance, investments, or financial markets.
The MS Information Systems program develops leaders with the technology experience and business skills in demand by technologically advanced organizations around the world.
Learn from Silicon Valley mentors and international leaders how to grow and sustain a globally viable business.
For those serving their communities in education, counseling, health and human services, or ministry, we offer Master of Arts degrees and credential programs and certificates in education.
The School of Engineering collaborates closely with local industries to make a hands-on advanced degree in engineering a possibility for working engineers in Silicon Valley.
In addition to J.D. and LL.M. degrees, Santa Clara's School of Law offers unique combined degree programs in J.D./MSIS.
We welcome our newest students into our community of scholars and help them plan and prepare for the first year on campus.
The Adobe Lodge, currently serving as the Santa Clara University Faculty and Staff Club, was built in 1822 and is the only adobe brick building remaining from the original Santa Clara Mission establishment. The Adobe Lodge was completely restored in 1981.
The Office of Affirmative Action fosters and insures equal opportunity for all persons involved with Santa Clara University, and serves as a resource office for the entire campus.
The Alumni Association's easy online tools make it easy to update your information, check up on old friends and former classmates, RSVP for an event, and take advantage of the career network for professionals.
The Alumni Association sponsors many activities through its national and international chapters.
The Alumni Association's Career Advisory Program helps students and alumni connect with others who are in fields that they may want to pursue or are interested in learning more about.
Contains names, phone numbers, and locations for all of Santa Clara's Alumni Chapters.
Search for friends and make new connections with the online community directory. Membership is exclusive and free to alumni only.
The parents of our current students are important partners in their children's education. We want to extend a special invitation to our parents to join us on campus for the 2000-2001 Parent Weekends.
David Drummond '85, Google's senior vice president for corporate development and general counsel, lauds Santa Clara for supporting adventurous thinking within its educational philosophy.
The Marketing Club is a student-run organization and an affiliate of the American Marketing Association. The club organizes events featuring speakers from industry as well as social events with faculty and alumni.
The Anthropology and Sociology Department offers two distinct degree programs leading to the Bachelor of Science in Anthropology or the Bachelor of Science in Sociology.
The mission of the Anthropology Program is to help students prepare to shape a better world by imparting disciplinary discoveries and insights.
The Office of Undergraduate Admissions at Santa Clara University offers this web-based application in hopes that it will make our application process as easy and convenient as possible for you.
The mission of the Applied Ethics Center at O'Connor Hospital is to clarify and enhance the role of ethics in the practice and delivery of health care.
The department offers instruction in ODEs, numerical methods, and probability and statistics in support of the undergraduate program in engineering, and a variety of courses, as well as a masters degree in applied mathematics, at the graduate level.
The Santa Clara University Archaeology Research Lab is a University institution devoted to protecting, teaching and learning about our community's rich history and archaeological heritage.
The Department of Art and Art History offers two distinct programs leading to a Bachelor of Arts degree. Art majors choose studio or art history for an emphasis in their degree program.
Including the de Saisset Museum, Center of Performing Arts, Art Gallery, and Library Holdings.
APSU is a cultural and social club that is a part of the Multicultural Student Association at Santa Clara University. Founded in 1978, APSU has played a crucial role in uniting many Asian and Pacific Islander students and clubs. Our aim is to build friendships and unity not only among Asians, but also with anyone who has an interest in learning about Asian culture or Americanized Asian culture.
The Asian Studies Program (ASP) offers an interdisciplinary minor open to all undergraduates. It is designed to be an effective introduction to the cultures and languages of Asia.
ASSCU is the undergraduate student government organization, which serves students educationally and socially within the scope of the University's mission, vision, and values.
The Markkula Center for Applied Ethics shares the work they do with SCU students and faculty, spanning the range of human experience from global issues to personal ethical quandaries.
Santa Clara University annually sponsors summer youth camps for the sports of boys' baseball, boys' and girls' basketball, boys' and girls' soccer, boys' and girls' tennis, girls' softball and girls' volleyball, plus an all-sports camp.
Includes contact information for athletics department directors, administrators, and coaches.
Root for the Broncos at an upcoming game. Find out when the next big game for your favorite sport is scheduled.
SCU's Athletic Department oversees intercollegiate competitive sports programs and provides comprehensive campus recreation programs for all students, faculty, and staff.
Bronco coaches, staff, and student-athletes share a love of athletics and donate their time to sports clinics, school visits, charity events, and more.