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Debbie TahmassebiCollege of Arts and Sciences 

Caryn Beck-DudleyLeavey School of Business 

Godfrey MungalSchool of Engineering  

Carol Ann Gittens (Interim Dean), School of Education and Counseling Psychology 

Lisa KloppenbergSchool of Law 

Thomas Massaro, S.J.Jesuit School of Theology 

The University has a proud tradition of competitive Division I Athletics, beginning with a 100-year-old basketball program and dominant men’s and women’s soccer teams. Campus Recreation through the state-of-the-art campus recreational fitness center supports an active lifestyle for the SCU community.

Campus Ministry fosters the spiritual lives of students, acknowledging that engagement with faith is integral to developing whole persons inspired to build a more just, humane and sustainable world.

The Center for Student Leadership (CSL) offers opportunities for students to learn, develop, and reflect as growing leaders through programming and training opportunities.

Undergraduate courses that emphasize diversity, inclusion, and multicultural learning can be found in the Core Curriculum Guide.

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.

The Drahmann Advising and Learning Resources Center serves both undergraduate and graduate students with academic advice, tutoring, information, and services, whatever students’ needs may be.

The Office of EEO and Title IX fosters and insures equal opportunity for all persons involved with Santa Clara University, and serves as a resource office for the entire campus community.  While an affirmative action program is required by federal law, it is the current goal of the office to support diversity through faculty and staff recruitment. The Office of EEO and Title IX is open to different approaches, experiences, and ideas. We welcome your suggestions as a way to support the implementation of diversity initiatives.

Enrollment Management

  • Includes the Undergraduate Admissions and the Financial Aid Offices
  • Undergraduate education in the Jesuit tradition means providing a highly personal learning environment that combines academic rigor, leadership, and student participation.
  • Investing in a high quality education is a bid decision for students and their families. The office’s financial aid professionals are committed to helping them make the right decision in support of a student’s goals and aspirations.
  • The Enrollment Services Center (OneStop) assists students with billing, financial aid and registration needs.

The Faculty Development Program supports the professional development of all Santa Clara faculty as teaching scholars.

The Global Engagement Office (GEO), which is home to the Study Abroad Program, provides leadership, coordination, strategic planning, and resources for the internationalization of the campus.

Human Resources (HR) oversees the hiring process for all levels of employees, benefits plans, wellness programs, and workshops designed to provide the skills that faculty, and staff need to excel.

The Ignation Center for Jesuit Education, a Center of Distinction, brings together the University’s most characteristically Jesuit programs to extend its core The Ignation Center for Jesuit Education, values to the entire campus.

The following includes some additional initiatives geared for students:

Institutional Research (IR) provides objective, systematic, and thorough research and analysis in support of the University’s strategic and Institutional Research (IR) operational planning, policy formation, and decision making. IR ensures that the university remains compliant with federal data reporting requirements.

International Student Services within the Global Engagement Office   promotes the education and development of international students to enable them to achieve excellence in their academic and professional goals and encourages the understanding of diverse cultures and perspectives throughout the University. They are responsible for ensuring that the students are up-to-date with their required paperwork.

The Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, a Center of Distinction, integrates practical and theoretical approaches to ethical decision-making at the University and in the larger community.

The Office of Marketing and Communications (OMC) assists the University’s Schools, the College, academic departments, and administrative offices with outreach, visual branding, and media placement.

The Office for Multicultural Learning (OML) was formed in 1999 through a grant from the James Irvine Foundation. It focuses on advancing multicultural education through programming and initiatives directed at enhancing diversity, multiculturalism, social justice, and inclusive excellence among the students and the university community.