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University Resources

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Contact Information

Drahmann Academic Advising & Learning Resource Center
The Drahmann Center provides a full range of advising services supplementing those of faculty advisor. The Center offers learning resources in the form of tutoring and learning skills workshops for all students.


408-554-4318

Advising: Kenna Hall 101
Tutoring: Benson 1

Disabilities Resources
The Office of Disabilities Resources has been designated by the University to ensure access for all students with disabilities to all academic programs and University resources.


408-554-4109

Benson Center 216

Career Center
The Career Center offers students self- assessment resources and counseling that may assist them in their choice of major or career, and also heirs students prepare for their future with workshops in resume writing, the interview process and job search etiquette. The Center sponsors a number of career fairs throughout the year for students in all fields of all study.


408-554-4421

Benson Memorial Center, West Wing

Counseling Center
The Counseling Center provides students individual therapy sessions, group therapy, workshops, testing, and training. All services provided are confidential.


408-554-4172

Cowell Building

Cowell Health Center
The Cowell Health Center provides basic health care for the on campus community round the clock:
Besides physical care, the Center offers health counseling, health risk appraisal, wellness information, blood pressure checks, TB testing, immunizations, and flu shots.


408-554-4501 

Cowell Building

Campus Ministry
The Office of Campus Ministry offers pastoral counseling, spiritual direction, a peer ministry program, and retreats for Catholics and non Catholics. The Office also provides students with a variety of opportunities to live a faith that promotes justice.


408-554-4372

Benson Memorial Center 105

The Arrupe Partnerships for Community-Based Learning
The Arrupe Center sponsors immersion experiences for faculty, staff and students, providing opportunities to learn from diverse cultures at home and abroad. The Arrupe Center supports the development and funding of student-developed summer social justice projects, which range from campus-based events to working abroad.


408-554-4549

Sobrato Residential Complex

Pat Malley Fitness and Recreation Center
A state of the art fitness center that also has courts for basketball, volleyball, and badminton, as well as the Campus Recreation Center and Wellness Center.


408-554-4409

Pat Malley Fitness and Recreation Center

Wellness Center
The Wellness Center provides assistance with developing and maintaining a constant and deliberate effort to stay healthy and achieve the highest potential of well being and balance in our lives. This is achieved through five aspects of wellness: physical, emotional, intellectual, social and spiritual health.


408-554-4409

Pat Malley Fitness and Recreation Center

Multicultural Center
The Multicultural Center celebrates the rich and cultural diversity increasingly apparent in the makeup of Santa Clara University’s student body. The Multicultural Center is made up of eleven student organizations that help promote awareness of different ethnic and racial backgrounds.


408-554-4926

Shapell Lounge

Center for Student Leadership
The Center for Student Leadership provides undergraduate students a resource center dedicated to enhancing leadership development opportunities. The Center is dedicated to providing high quality leadership education through formal training and experiential opportunities in an integrated academic environment. Students interested in leadership programs or joining student organizations are encouraged to visit the Center.


408-554-4745

Locatelli Student Activity Center

Note: One of the best ways to “get connected” at Santa Clara is to become involved with one of the many activities on campus – from the student newspaper or other student media, student government, and service organizations to theatre, music, intramural sports, and multicultural clubs