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VP & Community Newsletters

Finance & Administration and Community Newsletters

The Vice President's Office sends a quarterly Community Newsletter to over 5,000 residents in the Santa Clara area.

For this newsletter, the university provides an update on the contruction progress of the new Franklin Street pedestrian mall, an outlook for the upcoming basketball season from head coach Herb Sendek, and an introduction for the university's new off-campus living coordinators.

Fall 2017 Community Newsletter

In this Community Newsletter please find information about off campus living, the future of athletics at SCU, performing arts upcoming performances, recognition for SCU's academic library, and graduation exercises.

 Spring 2017 Community Newsletter

In this Community Newsletter please find information about the Class of 2020, SCU's campaign to strengthen University-neighborhood relations, the BART coming to Santa Clara, students' participation in voting, and the Tiny House competition.

Fall 2016 Community Newsletter

The Summer 2016 Community Newsletter features stories on our new Art and Art History building, updates on the Forge Garden, our neighborhood ambassadors program, the design for our basketball court in Leavey Center, information on community resident move-in for Fall, and how to join our emailing list for a chance to win tickets to an upcoming production at SCU.

Summer 2016 Community Newsletter

The Spring 2016 Community Newsletter features stories on SCU's Super Bowl 50 Super Celebration, the acquisition of properties on Campbell Avenue, the annual Residence Hall Energy Challenge, and the historical Larder House.

Spring 2016 Community Newsletter

The Winter 2016 Community Newsletter features stories on the new Law School building, the implementation of the Neighborhood Ambassadors program, and the De Saisset Museum's exhibit "On Top of the Game".

Winter 2016 Community Newsletter

Our Fall 2015 Community Newsletter includes features on the City of Santa Clara's Neighborhood University Relations Committee, the Off-Campus Educated Partier Program, a student partnership with the Food Recovery Network, and notice of the University's decision to become 100% smoke- and tabacco-free as of July 1, 2015.

Fall 2015 Community Newsletter

Our Spring 2015 Community Newsletter features a profile on Assistant Vice President for University Operations Chris Shay, SCU's Integrated Strategic Plan and the Edward M. Dowd Art & Art History Building, the student Emergency Medical Services team, and the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute.

Spring 2015 Community Newsletter

Our Fall 2014 Community Newsletter features a recap of the Alumni Office's Grand Reunion, the President's Speaker Series, the De Saisset Museum exhibition "Creative in Common," the conversion of Palm Drive and Alviso Street into a pedestrian mall, and the Jerry Smith Coaching for Life Academy.

Fall 2014 Community Newsletter