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Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara University - Alumni & Friends

We deeply appreciate the alumni and friends who collaborate in our mission to provide theological education and formation in the Ignatian tradition, and we are proud of the accomplishments of these members of the Jesuit School of Theology family.

On this site, you'll find links to information about the Jesuit School of Theology alumni and friends from all over the world, plus other information about what's happening today at our campus. You can also tell us what you're doing in the world by filling out our online update form. We hope you will take the time to read about your alma mater and your peers, and to let us know how you are.

You can also visit the World Union of Jesuit Alumni/ae to learn about Jesuit alumni activities throughout the world.

 
  • Jesuit School of TheologyUpdate Your Contact Information

    Have you moved? Changed your e-mail address? Make sure to let us know.
  • The gift of an educationGiving Opportunities

    Learn about the many ways to give to JST.
  • JST Financial AwardsRequest JST Merchandise

    Interested in purchasing JST merchandise such as sweatshirts, t-shirts and more? Click here to place an order.

  • Jesuit School of TheologyTheology in the City

    Explore a series of lectures focusing on Catholic theology and issues of contemporary religious and social concern, presented by JST faculty members.
  • libraryAlumni Library Access

     JST(B) alumni may obtain access to some of the library resources at GTU and SCU. 

  • Bridge Spring 2014Bridge Magazine

    The Spring 2014 Bridge is now online! Would you like to receive Bridge in the mail and/or electronically? Click here to subscribe. Enter your information and check the box to indicate your desire to receive the magazine.
 
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Contact Information

Kristin Aswell


Director of Marketing, Development, and Alumni Relations

kaswell@jstb.edu
(510) 549-5041

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