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The Arrupe Partnerships works to actively engage the Santa Clara University community in the realities of the lives of the marginalized and the poor through service and reflection.
This Center of Distinction brings together SCU's most characteristically Jesuit programs to extend our core values to the entire campus.
The Ignatian Center offers students, faculty, staff, and alumni extended immersion experiences into the gritty reality of our globalizing world, providing tools for reflection and forums for discussion.
In support of the University’s vision, mission, values, and strategic initiatives, Information Services will consistently provide high quality services in support of SCU’s academic and administrative programs.
Information Technology (IT) is part of the Information Services structure. Our mission is to "help others succeed through the appropriate use of technology."
The primary responsibility of the ASG, working together with functional and other IT departments, is to provide technical support to administrative systems on campus.
Our mission is to research and evaluate technologies, both new and existing, to determine the technology's applicability to the Santa Clara environment.
Our mission is to provide support for the personal computer hardware for faculty and staff at Santa Clara University.
The Information Technology Leadership Program (ITLP) helps senior information systems (IS) professionals develop the necessary skills to be successful in their jobs and advance their career opportunities.
The NTG is composed of four distinct responsibility areas: 1) Communications Infrastructure, 2) Networking Services, 3) Student Technology Services and 4) Course/Faculty Evaluations.
The operation staff is responsible for the management and operation of the central computing equipment: the servers, minicomputers and the mainframes (production systems) for the university.
This site is to supplement Santa Clara University's first stage application, establishing campus readiness for: The Pew Grant Program in Course Redesign Institutional Readiness Criteria.
In providing data collection, reports, and analysis for the University, Institutional Research supports strategic and operational planning, policy formation, and decision making.
Reference and research services, instructional services, subject specialists and library liaisons.
Our mission, as instructional technologists, is to support Santa Clara University faculty both inside and outside the classroom; to help them gain the confidence and skills to integrate technology into their curriculum.
International students may require assistance navigating the forms and policies of the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS), which govern the immigration status of international students at SCU.
Learn the basics about internships, tools and tips to conduct an effective search, and making the most of your internship experience.
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.