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Eighty-two percent of Santa Clara University's first-generation college students graduate in four years, compared with a national average of only 10 percent graduating in six years.
A program that serves Santa Clara University's first-generation college students has helped keep the graduation rate at an impressive 82 percent in four years, compared with 10 percent in six years nationwide.
BroncoHack competitors must combine business, technology and social justice.
For 24 hours from April 16 to 17, students from all over the Bay Area will "code it out" in a hackathon that requires both tech and business savvy, and a social-justice solution.
Students in Prof. David Ball's Criminal Law and Policy class are exploring whether California's bail system is stacked against poor defendants.
On May 3, the Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara University will host 2 scholars discussing their research, which offers different perspectives of human migration.
Santa Clara junior and future Global Social Benefit Fellow has won a competitive Udall Undergraduate Scholarship for environmental study.
Four Broncos are heading to the Czech Republic, Morocco, Ghana and Australia for Fulbright study or teaching.
SCU President Michael Engh, S.J., shared news of the unexpected loss of a beloved colleague
One day + $3.5 million in gifts + 4,560 donors = a world of transformative opportunities unlocked.
Rev. Donald Cozzens, Author and Popular Commentator on Catholic Issues, to Speak at Jesuit School of Theology Commencement on May 21
Popular writer and commentator, known for diving into sometimes divisive Catholic cultural and religious issues, will speak to JST-SCU graduating class.