Santa Clara University

sustainability at scu

Welcome aboard!

The Bay Area offers many forms of public transportation for Santa Clara students, and Graham is located in close walking distance to both Caltrain’s Santa Clara Station and several Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) bus stops. 

Graham is also a “zero parking facility,” meaning no new parking spaces were added to support this building. Graham residents are encouraged to not bring their cars to campus, instead relying on Santa Clara’s sustainable transportation options.

Public transportation near SCU

Public transportation is essential to a healthy environment as it reduces congestion, saves gas, and helps reduce our carbon footprint. A single commuter switching to public transit can reduce daily carbon emissions by 20 pounds or more than 4,800 pounds in a year.

For more information about public transportation at SCU, please visit the Transit Information page on the SCU website.

Read more about Air Quality in Graham Hall.