Santa Clara University is committed to fostering a welcoming and supportive campus for its students, faculty, and staff. If you are impacted by or witness a bias incident, we strongly encourage you to report it and seek support.
Supports SCU students with a disability to participate fully in campus life through the provision of academic accommodations, support services, and auxiliary aids.
SCU LEAD Scholars Program is for first-generation college students (students whose parents did not graduate from a 4-year college or university) focused on academic success, community engagement and vocational exploration. Through academic courses, advising, social events, vocational exploration, networking, community outreach, funding, leadership opportunities, and alumni engagement, LEAD supports student success in college and beyond. Open to both first-year students and transfer students.
We are committed to supporting undocumented students and students from mixed-status families. The Undocumented Student Working Group and the LEAD Scholars Program work to support undocumented students and students of mixed-status families, advocate for their needs and educate the broader campus about the undocumented student experience.