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The purpose of the Calculus Readiness Exam is to let you know if you have the mathematical knowledge that is a prerequisite for studying calculus at SCU.
Santa Clara University and Heyday Books are pleased to publish the California Legacy series, vibrant and relevant writings drawn from California’s past and present.
This list of lectures, meetings, performances, concerts, and other events on the SCU campus is updated regularly.
Find buildings, offices, and classrooms, directions to campus, local transportation information, and area accommodations.
Campus Ministry fosters changes and growth within individuals and within the university community through professional services and pastoral presence. Campus Ministry works in a collaborative spirit with the faculty, student development, and the rest of the campus community.
Campus Recreation is committed to the Jesuit concept of educating and developing the whole person - body, mind, and spirit, and seeks to fulfill this commitment by enriching the lives of students, faculty, and staff through a broad scope of recreational, educational, and competitive programming.
Santa Clara Campus Safety is responsible for ensuring the safety, security, and peace on campus.
The Astra Calendar provides access to scheduling information for SCU campus events.
Before you come for a visit, get a preview of Santa Clara's beautiful campus with our online slideshow.
Campus visits begin in the Undergraduate Admission office, located in the Patricia A. and Stephen C. Schott Admission & Enrollment Services Building. Visits include an information session led by an Admission representative and a tour led by a Student Ambassador.
What are your talents? What do you love to do? How can you make a difference in the world? The Career Center provides services to students and alumni and assists with major and career exploration, internships, job searching, on-campus employment, employer and alumni connections, career issues for alumni, and decisions about graduate school.
Keep up-to-date with the Career Center Weekly.
Casa de la Solidaridad is an academic initiative between the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities (AJCU), the University of Central America (UCA) in El Salvador, and Santa Clara University. The mission of the Casa is the promotion of justice and solidarity through the creation of a meaningful academic experience where you can integrate rigorous academic study with direct immersion with the poor of El Salvador.
The Catholic Studies minor at Santa Clara University offers students in all fields an interdisciplinary program for the study of the intellectual and cultural traditions of Catholicism.
The Center for Accounting Education and Practice manages and expands relationships between the Accounting Department, its students, and its external constituents.
The Center for the Advanced Study and Practice of Information Assurance (CASPIA) at Santa Clara University is an interdepartmental institute whose purpose is to promote research, education, and good practice in information security (INFOSEC) and information assurance (IA).
Our international law program includes a broad offering of courses and the support of our Center for Global Law and Policy, which hosts international scholars and speakers throughout the year.
Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, the CIE supports Santa Clara University's leadership in high technology innovation and entrepreneurship.
The mission of the Center for Nanostructure (CNS) is to conduct, promote, and nurture nanoscale science and technology interdisciplinary research and education activities at the University, and to position the University as a national center of innovation in nanoscale education and nanostructures research.
The Center for Professional Development at Santa Clara University provides continuing education programs. Our accredited continuing education (CE) programs focus on serving the CE needs of psychologists, marriage and family therapists, social workers, counselors, nurses and other mental health professionals, as well as the CE needs of educators.
The mission of the Center for Science, Technology, and Society is to accelerate global, innovation-based entrepreneurship in service to humanity.
This special program in the SCU School of Law offers an academic and practical education in public interest and service.
Provides a resource center dedicated to enhancing leadership development opportunities for students. The Center directly supports the goal of the University to educate leaders of competence, conscience, and compassion.
The Louis B. Mayer Theatre and the Fess Parker Studio Theatre are home to musical, dance, and theatrical productions, plus lectures and special events. The adjacent Music and Dance facility also hosts student performances throughout the year.
The CEP Institute's mission is to establish, promote, and provide continuing education for the profession of equity compensation administration.
ChALESS - Chicanos and Latinos in Engineering and Sciences at Santa Clara University -is a non-profit academic organization that promotes the enrollment and retention of Latinos in technical fields. ChALESS is a student chapter of the national organization of SHPE, the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers.
Paul Locatelli, S.J., chancellor of SCU, shares University direction, plans, public addresses, reports, letters, and even recipes with the campus community.
The SCU Chemistry Department is a community of students, faculty, and staff dedicated to fostering a culture which values teaching and research, and promoting innovative teaching and personalized instruction.
For more than 75 years, the Department of Civil Engineering at Santa Clara University has prepared students for a degree in civil engineering.
The Civil Society Institute is a program dedicated to educating students in the classic themes of political economy and their relevance to contemporary policy issues.
ClaraNet is the electronic reserve and course page system for Santa Clara University Law School as well as the Law School's internal intranet system.
Search current and forthcoming term class schedule records.
The Classics Department offers courses that explore the most important areas of the ancient Greece and Rome civilizations and their Mediterranean context: language (ancient Greek and Latin), literature, history, philosophy, mythology, religion, and art.
Home to the humanities, visual and performing arts, and natural and social sciences, the College of Arts and Sciences offers majors, minors, and core requirements for undergraduate students.
This degree provides breadth of basic natural science training along with meaningful exposure to analytical frameworks used in the social sciences.
The Commencement is a time to celebrate the culmination of four years of college life. It is a time for sharing with family, friends, faculty, and staff the joy and result of your effort.
Communication students aquire critical understanding of the communication process and contemporary media, improve oral and written skills, and heighten visual awareness.
Make a connection with Santa Clara. Welcoming neighbors and friends to enjoy our cultural, educational, and recreational programs.
The Santa Clara University community is dedicated to the promotion of values consistent with academic and personal excellence.
Living on campus helps most students meet their main goals for being here: studying and learning. Residence halls are close to classes, faculty, and libraries and provide a place for students to study, sleep, and socialize.
Learn more about the people and events that connect us.
The students of Santa Clara University School of Law publish two editions of the SANTA CLARA COMPUTER & HIGH TECHNOLOGY LAW JOURNAL per year. The Journal is dedicated to emerging legal issues in high technology and focuses on legal issues of concern to the computer and high technology industries.
At Santa Clara, we believe that the most successful graduates are those who understand computers as systems - not just the design of hardware or software, but also the relationships and interdependencies between them and the underlying theory of computation.
At SCU, the three programs in computing are called: Computer Science (CS), Computer Engineering (CE), and Management Information Systems (MIS).
Each summer, Santa Clara University opens its 120-acre campus to conferences offering a wide range of educational opportunities to their participants. The university hosts residential conferences and athletic camps sponsored by campus departments as well as outside groups related to SCU’s educational and Jesuit mission.
In November 2006, students from an SCU photography class set up a portrait studio at a local shelter in to hone their practical skills and open their hearts.
The CEE is an educational partnership between the Executive Development Center and leading high-technology companies interested in developing and expanding the competencies and horizons of their senior management teams and executives. Our goal is to provide cutting-edge, imaginative and practical ideas from world-class faculty that enable executives to keep pace with rapid change and dynamic environments.
Please use this form to send us comments, feedback, bug reports, or request assistance in locating resources on the SCU Web site.
The University's Controllers Office is responsible for recording the inflow and outflow of University resources. It is also our responsibility to ensure that those resources are used for the purpose intended and are safe from misuse.
The Santa Clara Core Curriculum is a series of three themes and clusters that explore those themes.
In 2009, the University will adopt a new Core Curriculum for undergraduates. Emphasizing knowledge, habits of mind and heart, and engagement with the world, the Core explores relationships among ideas and cultures.
To support and enhance the personal, professional, and academic growth of the University community, we provide psychological, educational, and consultative services, which are free and confidential within the limits of California state laws.
Counseling Psychology, which began at Santa Clara in 1964, offers two masters-level degree programs: Counseling Psychology and Counseling.
Use this search form to find available seats remaining for current classes. Class availability data is updated approximately every minute.
The Information Technology department is responsible for coordinating the course/faculty evaluation process. During each academic quarter students are asked to evaluate each class they take by filling out a scantron form.
Students can receive basic health-care services, urgent care, after-hours advice, and medical support.
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The Santa Clara Cycling Club is for everyone: men, women, undergraduate students, grad students, law students, teachers, road riders, mountain riders, racers, casual riders, etc. Please come to a meeting in order to meet other enthusiastic cyclists to ride with.