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Student Services

Access information about the school's hours of operation, places to study in and near JST, and how to reserve a room in the JST building for an event or meeting here.

Find the Annual Campus Safety and Fire Safety report, see a list of emergency contact phone numbers, and learn about alert systems and safety services used by JST and the GTU here.

Explore student housing options at JST, including information about housing availability, costs, building information, and more here.

The GTU consortial dining room, located a few blocks from JST at the Pacific School of Religion (PSR), offers meal plans to all GTU students; learn more on the PSR dining website.

JST students are eligible for medical benefits through the health insurance plan offered to graduate students at Santa Clara University, with coverage provided by United Health Care. Learn more about health insurance requirements and options here.

Contact the Assistant Dean of Students, Paul Kircher, if you would like a listing of mental health resources in the East Bay.  SCU's website also offers various resources for mental wellness.

SCU's Wellness Center has as its main focus risk reduction and early intervention related to alcohol and drug use and the prevention of gender based violence and to promote student wellbeing through education, prevention, and outreach services.

Our GTU membership gives access to the Cal Rec Club which offers many programs for a discounted semester fee.  If you are in Santa Clara, your ACCESS card gives you access to many programs through the Campus Recreation office.  Don't forget the Downtown Berkeley YMCA which combines a state-of-the art health and wellness YMCA facility with an historic and friendly environment, located at 2001 Allston Way.  GTU students just need to bring their student ID card to the Y to receive a discounted membership, a set rate of $35.20 per month with no enrollment fee, and no contracts.  This rate will be good for two years at a time and can be renewed as long as the student remains enrolled at GTU.

Coming soon; in the meantime, navigate to the International Student Services page in the Admissions section of our site

Find out the privileges that come with the GTU and SCU ACCESS ID cards, and how students can obtain each card here.

Learn how to get wireless internet access at JST and GTU locations, and how to access your JST student email (SCU Gmail) and your SCU E-Campus portal here.

The Career Advisor offers a range of career development opportunities and provides connections with job databases and more. Learn more here.

Our academic building is fully ADA accessible. Visit the SCU Office of Disability Resources to learn more about resources that are available or to register online to receive accommodations for a disability.