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Office of Accessible Education 

Santa Clara University provides support and reasonable accommodations to students with disabilities who complete registration with the Office of Accessible Education (formerly known as Disabilities Resources). In order to receive accommodations for a disability, student must register with the Office. Students will be required to upload professional documentation to address specific criteria documenting the disability. Students should review "Required Documentation" at www.scu.edu/disabilities for criteria and additional informatio about services provided

 

Summer Housing

Information about summer housing is available on the Housing Office website.

 

Summer Parking

If you wish to purchase a parking permit for the summer, please visit the Parking and Transportation Services Office  website for information. 

 

The Learning Commons

The Harrington Learning Commons, Sobrato Technology Center, and Orradre Library is a 194,000 sq. ft. building on four levels with more than 1100 reader seats of a variety of types, including carrels, small tables, lounge furniture, cafe, and outdoor terraces. The facility has more than 200 desktop computers; 2 video editing suites; a multi-media lab; wide availability of wired network connections and power; access to a secure wireless network; and more than 25 six or eight-person collaborative workrooms or other group study spaces that can be reserved via the web. The first floor has a large “Start Here” Desk, which is staffed by both the Library and IT.

Library services are available to Summer students online or in the Harrington Learning Commons, Sobrato Technology Center and Orradre Library. The ACCESS Card serves as a student’s library card. Services include borrowing privileges; remote access to licensed electronic resources; reference assistance; LINK+ and other document delivery; facilities for both individual and group study; and reasonably-priced photocopying and printing services. The University Library Website provides more detailed information about hours and how to use the Library’s services. It also offers links to the online system (OSCAR); many other electronic resources, including LibGuides for courses; and “Ask a Librarian” reference assistance.