Important announcements and updates to help students stay in the know.
'Ask Me, Tell Me' Wristband Project Hopes to Build Community and Connection Through Conversations. To learn more click here.
Mental Health First Aid: SCU Mental Health First Aid last year and will continue to offer training sessions this year. To learn more click here.
Campus Recreation - This winter quarter we are offering 8 weekly fitness classes. Intramural Sports Leagues allow for all levels of play and for students to meet new friends. Sports this winter include basketball, co-rec soccer, spikeball and table tennis. Intramural Sports Tournaments will continue to be offered this year for cornhole and pickleball. Come check out the new weight room layout - creating more space for strength training and functional fitness. A new treadmill and step mill have been added; as well as 10 adjustable benches. To learn more about what we have to offer you as a SCU student please see our webpage.
Nobody Walks Alone at Santa Clara
Stay informed about the latest information, resources and activities for everyone in our Bronco family.
If at any time you have a concern about the safety or wellbeing of anyone in our community, there are resources to help.
Talk to someone now, make an appointment with a mental health specialist, or learn more about mental health and wellness.
Building community is important. Find ways to connect with other Broncos, join in on activities that interest you, or try something new.
Our Ignatian traditions offer us many ways in which to stay connected – or get reconnected – with our faith. At Santa Clara, we share a spiritual home where everyone is welcome.
Check out upcoming sporting events, featured speakers, movie screenings, celebrations, and more on the campus calendar. In January alone, there are more than 80 events and opportunities for students to participate and engage!
The Student Life Excellence Fund supports programs, services, and initiatives that enhance student experiences beyond the classroom. The current focus for these funds is to support initiatives that promote overall student wellbeing including free fitness classes, participation in co-curricular activities, and enhanced programming to support self-care, nutrition, and positive lifestyle choices.
The Basic Needs Committee is a new, cross-functional, campus-wide Committee that is developing an action plan to provide a timely, efficient, equitable, and effective response to students with basic needs insecurity.