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Come see for yourself all of the great things that are going on here at the School of Engineering.

Join us to experience what's happening at the School of Engineering! We are excited to offer small, guided tours to prospective high school students and families, led by our undergraduate engineering students. Our tour guides will stop at various laboratory and classroom facilities so you can see the exciting work of our engineering students and faculty, and discuss the undergraduate degree programs and Santa Clara Engineering experience. This is a great opportunity to have all your questions answered about Santa Clara University's School of Engineering!

Engineering Tours run approximately 45-60 minutes long and begin at the School of Engineering's front reception desk, located on the second floor of the Bannan Engineering Building. Tour groups are kept small (between 5-15 guests) and space is limited, so please see information below regarding our tour schedule and how to reserve your spot. Walk-in guests will be accommodated based on space availability. 

Tours will begin for the summer term on Tuesday, June 19 and will run until Friday, September 14. Tours will be offered Monday-Friday at 11:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. From Tuesday, June 19 - Friday, June 22, tours will only be offered at 11:30 a.m.

Engineering tours will not be available on the following dates:
June 18 (Tour Guide Training)
July 4 (University Holiday)
September 3 (University Holiday)


Please email Engineering Undergraduate Programs to schedule your tour:
(408) 554-4600

Our tours are meant to supplement the general campus tours offered through the Office of Undergraduate Admission. If you would like to schedule a general campus tour of Santa Clara University, you can Book Your Visit.

Meet Our Tour Guides

  • Eva Bouzos

    Eva Bouzos

    Major: Bioengineering
    Year: Masters Student (5-Year BS/MS Program)
    Hometown: Vacaville, California
    Involvements: Cell Culture Lab Research, Biomedical Engineering Society, Society of Women Engineers, University Villas Head Desk Assistant

  • Zach Cameron

    Zach Cameron

    Major: Computer Science and Engineering
    Year: Junior
    Hometown: Chicago, IL
    Involvements: Computer Engineering Research Student, Audiosync - SCU A Cappella , College Democrats

  • David Diebold

    David Diebold

    Major: Bioengineering
    Year: Junior
    Hometown: Mililani, HI
    Involvements: Biomedical Engineering Society, SCU EMS, Orientation Leader, Bioengineering Student

  • Kayleigh Dobson

    Kayleigh Dobson

    Major: Mechanical Engineering
    Year: Senior
    Hometown: Seattle, Washington
    Involvements: Robotic Systems Lab Satellite Operations Intern, SCU Equestrian Team, The Freedom Project

  • Zach  Ehlinger

    Zach Ehlinger

    Major: Bioengineering
    Year: Masters Student (5-Year BS/MS Program)
    Hometown: Tacoma, WA
    Involvements: Bioengineering Student Researcher, Chemistry & Biochemistry Student Researcher, Sigma Xi Scientific Research Honor Society, Community Facilitator, Assistant Resident Director, Immersion Coordinator, SCU Habitat for Humanity, Organic Chemistry Teaching Assistant, SCU Wind and Jazz Ensembles

  • Nairu Garcia-Acevedo

    Nairu Garcia-Acevedo

    Major: Electrical Engineering
    Year: Sophomore
    Hometown: San Jose, CA
    Involvements: Society of Women Engineers, Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, School of Engineering Student Assistant

  • Jo Gopinath

    Jo Gopinath

    Major: Bioengineering
    Minor: Chemistry
    Year: Senior
    Hometown: Fremont, California
    Involvements: Society of Women Engineers, Biological Micro/Nano Systems Lab Research, Feminists for Justice, SCU Global Fellow, Global Engagement Office Ambassador

  • James Wang

    James Wang

    Major: Electrical Engineering & Environmental Science
    Year: Senior
    Hometown: Foster City, California
    Involvements: Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers, Latimer Energy Labs Research, Energy Club, SCU Grid Alternatives, Maker Club, Green Club, Intern at Burns & Mac


Please email the Engineering Graduate Programs for more information:
(408) 554-4313

Contact Us

Santa Clara University
School of Engineering
500 El Camino Real
Santa Clara, CA 95053

Bannan Engineering, Bldg. 404
Guadalupe Hall, Bldg. 455

408-554-5474 fax