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"Becoming America, Word for Word:" National Medal of Arts recipient, actor, and playwright Anna Deavere Smith is spending time at SCU this academic year as Frank Sinatra Artist in Residence. She spoke to students, faculty, staff and others at an event Jan. 11, 2017.    Photo by Charles Barry. 

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  • Sobrato Campus for Discovery and Innovation

    The University’s largest-ever gift, $100 million from John A. and Susan Sobrato, will fund a 300,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility for transformational STEM education.

    The patriarch and matriarch of one of Silicon Valley’s most prominent families in real-estate development and philanthropy have made a gift of $100 million to Santa Clara University for a 300,000 square-foot "campus within a campus" for STEM.

  • Is There a Common Good in Our Common Home?

    A new podcast from the Ignatian Center for Jesuit Education initiates conversations around pressing questions of justice facing our world.

  • A Look Back, A Look Ahead

    Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship invited leaders in social entrepreneurship and impact investing to share their thoughts about the current state of the sector and trends they see for 2017 and beyond.

    Recent Headlines

    de Saisset's New Exhibit Virgin Landscape to open Jan. 20

    de Saisset's New Exhibit Virgin Landscape explores the connections between women and the American West

    Virtue and Purpose in Business

    Business students will learn firsthand from seasoned executives how to apply personal virtues and purpose in their careers.

    Mountain View City Council Approves Human Rights City Resolution, Aided by SCU Law's International Human Rights Clinic

    City of Mountain View, counseled by SCU Law's International Human Rights Clinic, votes to be a "Human Rights City"

    Leavey School of Business Announces Overhaul of MBA Program

    The Leavey School of Business at Santa Clara University has approved the most significant overhaul of its MBA curriculum in two decades, to meet the evolving needs of today’s working professionals.

    District Attorney to Hold Symposium on the Topic of Campus Sexual Assault

    An invitation-only event will focus on safety solutions, using celebrity and legal star power.

    Preserving Memories of The Hut

    Santa Clara University Arranges to Purchase Assets to Preserve Memories of Famed Watering Hole