News & Events
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Teaching someone to fish is great. Thane Kreiner wants to empower them to run a fishing business. America magazine chronicles the impact Miller Center has had using social entrepreneurship as a vehicle for Jesuit values.
SCU’s Vice Provost for Student Life Jeanne Rosenberger talks about the new year and explains how residence halls allow students to interact and engage with their community.
SCU panel discusses the catastrophe of clergy sexual abuse.
SCU alumni are in the top 1 percent of all bachelor-degree programs nationwide, earning a median $66,800 early in their careers, and $139,100 within 10 years, according to data company PayScale.
A new early-decision admission option will be available soon for students who know that SCU is their top choice and are ready to commit.
Small classes, high peer ratings, and strong graduation rates helped make SCU No. 1 in the western region in U.S. News & World Report
New tools from the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics aim to help technology companies embed ethical considerations into their workflow and promote the development of ethical products and services.
Search for new dean to commence soon, following Dean Ortega's decision to return to his prior post.