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Unwind and Have Fun
You'll never lack for something to do. Outside of class, you'll find interesting lectures, plays, art exhibits, and volunteer positions. You will also discover various opportunities to share your views with fellow students via the student newspaper, yearbook, literary magazine, and radio station.
Student Clubs and Organizations
Choose from more than 100 clubs and organizations, including student government, multicultural groups, religious fellowships, and fitness and recreation clubs. Whether you want to share your interest in anthropology or go scuba diving, there's likely to be a club that meets your interests. The Center for Student Leadership registers student clubs and organizations.
Spiritual and Religious Activities
You can explore your spirituality through SCU's Campus Ministry programs. Deepen your faith by attending Mass, talking to a peer minister, going on a retreat, or engaging in open dialogues with students from different faiths.
Make a difference in the community with the Santa Clara Community Action Program (SCCAP), a unique, student-run volunteer orhanization that works with diverse commmunities. SCCAP offers many opportunities to apply your talents to social services, including tutoring, building a home, working with the homeless, or becoming a Big Brother or Sister.
Student Media Organizations
On the air and in print, Santa Clara has a diverse array of student media organizations.
Recreation and Fitness on Campus
Santa Clara University is a great place for students interested in recreation and fitness. You can swim at the Sullivan Aquatic Center, play tennis at the Degheri Center, or work out at the 45,000-square-foot Pat Malley Fitness Center.
For students who love sports, there are numerous intramural and club teams, including everything from rugby to karate. More information can be found on the campus recreation website.