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INNOVATING WITH A MISSION


At Santa Clara University, we’ll challenge you to think critically, take risks, and take charge. There’s something special about living and learning in one of the most innovative places on Earth—Silicon Valley—where more than 80% of our students complete at least one intern- ship before graduation. Faculty and students work together, challenge each other, and grow through teamwork. Graduates thrive in every career path imaginable. On top of all that are small class sizes, a vibrant on-campus residence life com- munity, and more than 300 days of sunshine a year.


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t Santa Clara University, we’ll challenge you to think criti- cally, take risks, and take


charge. There’s something special about living and learning in one of the most innovative places on Earth, where more than 80% of our students complete at least one internship be- fore


graduation. Whether you’re


brainstorming with local tech titans, conducting research with faculty ex- perts, or traveling the globe to make your mark, almost anything’s possible when your headquarters is nestled in California’s Silicon Valley. We offer an experience so great that 94% of first-year students return for their sophomore year. People of all backgrounds flourish here. One thing they have in common? They want to make a difference. Santa Clara stu- dents are driven to build a better, kinder, more humane, and more sus- tainable planet. Want to take on an added chal- lenge? Students accepted to our Uni- versity Honors Program are part of a community of independent thinkers,


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intellectual risk-takers, and lifelong learners. Our Honors program—open to students of all majors and back- grounds—develops globally aware and engaged student leaders for the Uni- versity community and beyond. Stu- dents learn in small, seminar-style classes that emphasize critical think- ing, analytical rigor, mentored re- search, and collaborative interaction among professors and students. Our faculty and students work to-


gether, challenge each other, and grow through teamwork. Graduates thrive in every career path imaginable. On top of all that are small class sizes (nearly 80% of our classes have fewer than 30 students), a vibrant on-cam- pus residence life community, and more than 300 days of sunshine a year. Find out why SCU is the right fit for you. n


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