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Jesuit Education for Life

Graduation is a poignant time at Santa Clara University as our students move into their adult lives. Almost every single member of the class of 2019 has been involved in Ignatian Center programs and many have taken part in several. Our focus here at the Ignatian Center is always the development of each student in all aspects – spiritual, moral, as well as professional. 

As students cross the commencement stage this June, we hope each one will be a living embodiment of what it means to be Jesuit-educated; thinking, believing, imagining, and taking action to enrich lives, bridge differences, and catalyze change for the greater good – here, there, and everywhere.

Rev. Dorian Llywelyn, S.J.
Executive Director

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Jesuit Education for Life

This past Spring Break, the Ignatian Center's Immersion Program sent students to Appalachia, the Arizona Border, Dominican Republic, and Redwood Monastery. These vastly different experiences resulted in a shared passion to do more. Whether it's a continued fight for immigration rights or a renewed sense of self-care and reflection, these students are well on their way to living out their Jesuit education for life.
Read their Reflections.


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