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The SCU Women's Lax team is a dedicated group of athletes focused on reaching their highest potential both on and off the field. Although they are a club sport, the team has been successful at the Division I level, and continue to progress towards one of the top college teams in the country.
The Law Alumni and Development Office acts as a liaison with more than 7,200 alumni of Santa Clara University School of Law throughout the United States and abroad.
Graduates of the School of Law are invited to join other SCU law alumni at one of our many social functions.
Law Career Services provides an access point for all students, alumni, and employers to facilitate career management.
The primary objective of the Santa Clara Law Review is to provide an informational tool for practicing attorneys, members of the judiciary, legal scholars and law students. The Law Review serves to inform its subscribers of emerging legal trends and developments, and presents new approaches to the analysis and resolution of current legal problems.
Santa Clara University sponsors three summer programs including Summer Abroad programs in fourteen foreign locations. The regular on-campus summer session offers a selection of core courses along with upper-division electives.
The new Learning Commons, Technology Center, and Library is at the physical and intellectual center of campus, a 21st-century work space that meets the needs of both private study/research and group collaboration.
The Leavey Event Center, popularly known as Harold J. Toso Pavilion, has been putting the final touches on reconstruction efforts that have been going on for the past year.
Located in the midst of the world's greatest concentration of technological and scientific talent, within one of the most dynamic economic climates and competitive marketplaces, Santa Clara University's Leavey School of Business is the heart of Silicon Valley in more ways than one.
Join other top-flight students in a business program ranked in the nation's top 5 percent. Pursue your journey at Silicon Valley, the most talent-rich area in the world, where great business minds drive the future of commerce.
program is designed for elementary school teachers and offers broad-based education in six areas: language arts, mathematics, natural sciences, history and social sciences, humanities, and child development.
The Learning Commons, Technology Center, and Library supports teaching, learning and scholarship by providing access to, and facilitating the use of, the University's broad array of information resources.
Groups study rooms in the Learning Commons, Sobrato Technology Center and Orradre Library may be reserved online.
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