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Congratulations to your student on their admission! We applaud all of the support and guidance you have provided them as they made their way here to SCU!


We know how important family support was in getting your child here, and how important it will be in his or her college success. The LEAD Scholars Program encourages you continue to be active participants in your children's lives as they attend college. We offer programming directed to parents and other family members at New Student Orientation and Family Weekend to help you learn more about the college experience, how to support your child and about SCU in general. When possible, we also try to offer programs in multiple languages to encourage the involvement of family member who may be more comfortable speaking languages other than English.


Multilingual Information Sessions

On LEAD Week Move-In Day, families can join our one-hour multilingual college information sessions to learn more about college life and how to support their children while they are in college. Depending on the need each year, the sessions are offered in many languages, including English, Spanish, Korean, Mandarin, Cantonese and Vietnamese.

LEAD Family Programs at Family Weekend

In February, the First Year Programs Office offers Family Weekend, a time for parents and other family members to visit or revisit the campus. This program offers activities for parents of all four years of students. You can attend class lectures with some of the university's best faculty, SCU sporting events or the Senior Dinner (limited to seniors and their families).

Complementary (free) registration to Family Weekend is available to families of LEAD Scholars. Additionally, the LEAD Scholars Program offers a lunch session to provide information about LEAD Scholars Program and your child's college experience.