U.S. News & World Report Ranks SCU No. 2 in the West
Santa Clara University is the No. 2 “Regional University” in the West according to the 2016 U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges rankings, earning an overall score of 98 out of 100. SCU’s first-year retention rate of 95 percent ranks the highest of any master’s university in the country, and the 85 percent graduation rate is the highest in the West.
Women Lay Ministers Supported Via Francis L. Markey Fellowship at Santa Clara University
The first recipients of a generous grant to finance and support the education of women lay ministers were celebrated at an event at Santa Clara University Sept. 29.
Engineering Alum Preet Anand's Company BlueLight Contributes To White House "Smart Cities" Initiative
SCU Engineering Alum Preet Anand's BlueLight is part of "Smart Cities" Initiative
Save the Date: Cardinal Peter Turkson, Key Adviser to the Pope, to Headline Santa Clara University Conference on the Environment
Pope Francis’s recent historic encyclical letter urging preservation of the earth will be the topic of a two-day conference Nov. 3-4 at Santa Clara University, featuring Ghanaian Cardinal Peter Turkson, a key Vatican adviser.
Pope’s U.S. Visit: Santa Clara University Faculty Helping Educate Local, National Audiences
Tune in this week for SCU experts discussing the Pope's visit
Santa Clara University professors have been asked to appear on local and national media to help put into context the historic visit of Pope Francis to the U.S. Feb. 22 - 27. Be sure to tune in this week!
As Pope Francis Prepares to Address Congress, Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship Rallies Action on the Global Energy-Access Crisis
A new white paper from the Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship shares tangible steps for businesses or organizations striving to provide clean energy access -- just in time for the Pope's historic address to Congress.
The U.S. Visit of Pope Francis -- Santa Clara U. Events and Experts Available
Santa Clara University, a Jesuit, Catholic university committed to justice and sustainability, has two events and numerous experts on campus to discuss the historic U.S. visit of Pope Francis from many angles.
Justice Revisited: Sept. 25 Symposium Aims to Highlight Prosecutor Programs to Free Wrongfully Convicted
A groundbreaking symposium offered by the Northern California Innocence Project aims to share best practices and improve the environment for prosecutor-initiated "conviction review units," which seek to ensure freedom for the wrongfully imprisoned.