Our graduates pursue their life’s work through a wide variety of careers. Some go directly into film and television, journalism, public relations and corporate communication, graphic design, magazines, and web site development. Many graduates also choose other areas, such as law, social work, human relations, retail management, education, and other fields that demand excellent skills in interpersonal, visual, and written communication. We support students by offering extensive advising by faculty mentors, the University’s Career Center, and regular meetings on how to apply to graduate school. In each of these forums, we help students think about how their particular interests and talents can best meet the needs of society.
Veronica Rodriguez '13 is a screenwriter and director for film and television in Los Angeles. We caught up with her to discuss career choices, family life, and advice on how to make it in the entertainment industry.
The summer Olympics are back and Jack Benjamin ’18 will be on the call for NBC Sports.
Mariana Perera '20 will use her fellowship to study disability rights policy in Brazil
Pulitzer Prize winner Stephen Hobbs '11 reflects on the emotional toll of covering the Parkland school shooting and how SCU influenced his journalism career.
Two reporters and SCU grads return to campus to discuss the vital work of journalists on and off campus.
Melissa Segura wins prestigious George Polk journalism award for stories focused on the wrongly accused.
Author Joe Tone reflects on his first book, the importance of journalism, and life at SCU.
Tatiana Sanchez, who won a Pulitzer Prize in April, got her start in journalism courses and at The Santa Clara student newspaper.
Communication Department film students get a chance to work with Oscar winners and SCU graduates Blye Pagon Faust and Arthur Schmidt.
Tech journalist Kurt Wagner '12 reflects on his favorite class at SCU and his most rewarding story.
Communication Department graduate co-produces "The Motel Life" starring Dakota Fanning.