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Student Resources


CalFresh is a California financial aid program that helps students buy food and eat healthier. It will not affect your financial aid and you don’t need your parent's tax return information to apply.

CalFresh is a state program that awards up to $281 a month for support with groceries.

For more information, check out their website:

Food Insecurity Program (FIP)

Support is available through the Office of Student Life's Food Insecurity Program (FIP) for students who are experiencing food insecurity. The program is grounded in trust, thus all requests will be honored without documented legitimacy of need.

Disability Resources

The Office of Accessible Education (OAE) formerly Disabilities Resources (DR) at Santa Clara University has facilitated services to students with disabilities since 1972. Our goal is to support the college student with a disability to participate fully in campus life, its programs, and activities. We emphasize growth and individual achievement. We address this goal through the provision of academic accommodations, support services, and auxiliary aids.

Cowell Center and CAPS

The Cowell Center offers a full range of medical and psychological services. Medical services include primary and specialty care, health promotion and disease prevention. Psychological Services include psychiatry, medication management, individual therapy, and group therapy.

Drahmann Center

The Drahmann Center is home for undergraduate academic advising and provides academic support in collaboration with assigned faculty advisors. We are equipped to discuss the process of advising and registration, Core Curriculum, major, and minor course planning. In addition, we also provide academic learning resources and tutoring services.

Office of Residence Life

The Offices of Housing & Residence Life are located in Benson Memorial Center - 212. If we can be of any assistance to you, please come by and visit us!

Title IX Office

The Office of Equal Opportunity and Title IX coordinates the prompt response, unbiased, impartial and thorough investigation, and equitable and timely resolution to all instances of discrimination and harassment, sexual harassment, and other forms of sexual misconduct involving students, faculty, and staff. The Equal Opportunity and Title IX Team serves in a neutral role and can speak with all parties involved in a case about their rights. The team can also advise and refer parties to resources and options available both on- and off-campus throughout the response and resolution processes.