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Beyond the Classroom

Yes, you'll study with great professors and take challenging courses, but you just might learn the most about yourself through the many programs we have available to you outside the classroom.

Become a peer advisor, lead a student organization, take on an internship at a Silicon Valley industry leader, help the SCU team design and build a solar-powered Tiny House for competition, inspire the next generation of engineering undergrads through K-12 outreach... Whatever sparks your interest, opportunities abound for you here.

Erik Risa '17 Image link to full article

Bioengineering senior Erik Risa '17 has been accepted to the University of Washington Medical School!

With future plans of being a neurosurgeon or neurologist, Erik fills his time at SCU with a number of activities outside the classroom: member of Tau Beta Pi (the engineering honor society) and the University Honors Program, engineering tutor, bioengineering researcher, tenor saxophone player in the SCU Jazz Band, member of the SCU Emergency Medical Services Squad, and he is a Markkula Center for Applied Ethics 2016-17 Honzel Fellow in Health Care Ethics, focusing a research project on neuroethics. Congratulations, Erik!

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    SCU's 2016 Tiny House team celebrates their victory in front of rEvolve House Image link to full article

    Big Win in a Small Package

    Two years of hard work paid off for SCU’s interdisciplinary undergraduate team as their rEvolve House took home the win at California’s first ever Tiny House Competition!

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      Wil Morrison and Bobby Bayer at The Hub. Image link to full article

      The Write Stuff

      Wil Morrison and Bobby Bayer, busy bioengineering and computer engineering seniors, find time to help fellow Broncos hone their communication skills as tutors at The Hub, and their work is helping them with their own senior design projects.

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