Santa Clara University


Community Newsletter - Spring 2010

  • iconZipping Around Town

    Zipcars are now on campus available for rental to students.

  • iconTaking the HEAT

    The disaster preparedness hands on course HEAT (Home Emergency Assistance Teams) is available to SCU faculty, staff, students.

  • iconForging Ahead with a Community Garden

    A cooperative effort between the Environmental Sciences Institute, the Food and Agribusiness Institute, the College of Arts and Sciences, the Ignatian Center, and campus facilities.

  • iconStage Presence-musicals, poetry, and more!

    Whether you’re interested in guitar concerts, choral music, comedies, musicals, dance, or jazz, look no further than Santa Clara University. Spring at SCU is teeming with quality productions.

  • iconBuilding Community

    A dynamic student activity center is coming to Santa Clara University this summer. Named for former president, Paul L. Locatelli, S.J., the center will host a number of events and activities that build community on campus.

  • iconFreshman Gets Himself in "Jeopardy!"

    Communications major James Hill III found a unique way to get his name known by the entire student body while still a freshman: represent SCU in the “Jeopardy! College Championship.”

  • iconHispanic Youth Symposium at SCU

    A collaboration between the Hispanic College Fund, SCU, and the National Hispanic University, the residential program will focus on empowering youth for success in college, career, and community service.

  • iconA Free Look at What Makes a Picture a Portrait

    From traditional gallery displays to interactive presentations and guided tours, the de Saisset Museum is offering patrons several different ways this spring to contemplate the question: What Makes a Picture a Portrait?