Support for Student Success
Created in 1997 the Peer Educator Program is designed to facilitate and enrich the learning supported by undergraduate instruction at Santa Clara University. Peer educators are students who help a faculty member with the administration of a class.
Do you have academic advising questions? Drahmann, and many helpful university advisors, have answers.
The Drahmann Center has helpful web-based video tutorials to support the faculty advising process.
The Office of Student Life offers support and resources for students facing substance abuse issues, sexual violence, bias incidents, and other challenges. They welcome faculty contact concerning student issues. See their Faculty Resources Tip Sheet, find out more about the Office of Student Life on their website, or contact Matthew Duncan, Associate Dean of Student Life.
Questions about how to support students with disabilities? Disabilities Resources has answers. In addition, here's a Faculty FAQ (PDF) concerning students with disabilities.
CAPS - Counseling and Psychological Services provides counseling services to students and consultation and outreach programs to the campus community. Check out their hand CAPS Information Sheet.
For more information about services provided by the Student Health Center, check out this handy Information Sheet, or visit their Cowell Student Health Centerweb site.
The HUB, SCU's Writing Center, provides peer support and consulation for all student writers.
Classroom presentations from theSCU Career Center.
The Office for Multicultural Learning coordinates, collaborates and promotes cross-campus diversity programming.