“Father Jett,” Member of the 2007 Nobel-Prize-Winning Climate Panel, Defines a Path to Addressing Climate Change
Speaking April 6 on “Overcoming Insularity, ” the president of Manila’s Ateneo de Manila University will elaborate on Pope Francis’ call for interrelated responses to climate change
President of Ateneo de Manila University will discuss pathways of hope amid the climate-change crisis.
SCU welcomes Juan Felipe Herrera to campus on Wednesday, May 4, 2016
Santa Clara University welcomes Juan Felipe Herrera, the 2015-2016 Poet Laureate of the United States, to campus on Wednesday, May 4, 2016.
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.
Esteemed Jurists Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar and Lucy Koh to Serve as Santa Clara Law Commencement Speakers May 21
Judges at the forefront of California and national tech, immigration and criminal law speaking to SCU Law Class of 2016
Bear Witness explores the positive opportunities for growth rising out of difficulty
de Saisset's new exhibit opens April 8
More than $3.5 million was raised by 4,560 donors in a crushing show of Bronco pride
One day + $3.5 million in gifts + 4,560 donors = a world of transformative opportunities unlocked.
Tireless Jesuit, affectionately known as "Papa" to many students, was active in many corners of campus.
SCU President Michael Engh, S.J., shared news of the unexpected loss of a beloved colleague
SCU in the top ten percent of colleges for return on investment
Santa Clara University ranks in the top ten percent of PayScale College ROI rankings
Three students and an alumna have won elite Fulbright scholarships, putting SCU on track for a 4th "Top Producer" status
Four Broncos are heading to the Czech Republic, Morocco, Ghana and Australia for Fulbright study or teaching.
Santa Clara junior and future Global Social Benefit Fellow has won a competitive Udall Undergraduate Scholarship for environmental study.
Karen Buckenham and Emmanuel Serafica de Guzman discuss human migration patterns across South Africa and intercultural theological ethics in South East Asia.
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.
First Annual Latino Summit to address specific needs of community
Santa Clara University Hosts First Annual Latino Education Summit to address needs of the community
Santa Clara University named 2015-16 West Coast Conference winner in the EPA College & University Green Power Challenge
Santa Clara University is using more green power than any other school in the West Coast Conference, making it the 2015–16 Individual Conference Champion in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) College & University Green Power Challenge.