Santa Clara University

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  • Undergraduate Admission
  • Take a look at SCU's Viewbook
  • Undergraduate Admission
  • SCU Open House
  • Undergraduate Admission
  • Take a look at SCU's Viewbook
  • Undergraduate Admission
  • Take a Virtual Tour of Santa Clara University's Campus
  • SCU Open House
Freshmen
Freshmen

Get information about selecting a school or college within SCU, choosing an admissions program, and application requirements for prospective freshmen.

Transfer Students
Transfer Students

Learn how to apply as a transfer student, including classes we recommend you take before coming to Santa Clara.

International Students
International Students

Start here if you’re an international student or if you’re an American citizen or permanent resident attending an international school.

Apply Now
Apply Now

Apply Now to SCU on the Common Application. To learn more about application requirements see our section on Applying to SCU

Johnson Scholars Program
Johnson Scholars Program

An extraordinary opportunity for high-achieving students to develop the leadership skills, knowledge, and commitment required to build a better world.

Viewbook
Viewbook

A Santa Clara education will prepare you to lead, shape, and change the world. Learn how in the SCU Viewbook.

Class Profile
Class Profile

What are SCU freshmen like? Visit this page for the most recent statistics about Santa Clara’s freshman class.

Visit Our Campus
Visit Our Campus

The best way to learn more about Santa Clara is to visit our campus and participate in a tour.

SCU Near You
SCU Near You

Prospective students and parents can learn more about Santa Clara at college fairs and events during the fall and spring.

Contact Us
Contact Us

Meet the admissions team and find your counselor or just send us a message. We’re here to help you.

Key Deadlines
Key Deadlines

Keep up to date on important application deadlines whether you are an early decision, early action, regular decision, or transfer applicant.

Financial Aid
Financial Aid

Without question, a quality college education is an investment—one that pays dividends. Learn more on the Financial Aid website.