Campaign News

Campaign-funded capital projects support SCU’s mission

Leavey Center

1. Leavey Center and soccer fields

  • Campaign goal: $29 million
  • Progress to date: $19 million

This year, for the first time, the Broncos won the West Coast Conference Commissioner’s Cup as the league’s top athletic program. Also, not for the first time, the combined academic performance of our athletes was the second highest in the West. This is integrated education at its best.

Schott Stadium

2. Stephen Schott Baseball Stadium

  • Campaign goal: $8 million
  • Progress to date: $5 million

The University’s new baseball stadium helps create an environment that supports competitive excellence and a sense of community.

Commons and Library

3. Commons and Library

  • Campaign goal: $80 million
  • Progress to date: $43 million

The new Commons, the rebuilt Orradre Library it includes, and the advanced technology of the Automated Retrieval System have been planned with one goal in mind: to help our students and teaching scholars excel.

Jesuit Community

4. Jesuit Residence

  • Campaign goal: $12 million
  • Progress to date: $3 million

The design of the new residence balances the needs of the Jesuit Community members’ personal and community lives with their professional lives at SCU. It facilitates partnering and cooperation among Jesuits and lay colleagues to enhance Jesuit education at Santa Clara.

Business School

5. Leavey School of Business

  • Campaign goal: $40 million
  • Progress to date: $23 million

The new facility will benefit students by encouraging them to use technology and cooperative problem solving. To emphasize the link between real-world competence and social responsibility, the new building will house the Center for Science, Technology, and Society.

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Digging Into Making a Difference

Benjamin Grundy ’21 found a way to make an impact during the pandemic, working with a Ugandan company through a Miller Center fellowship.

Sinatra Chair

Santa Clara welcomes actor and activist BD Wong as the 2021-22 Frank Sinatra Chair in the Performing Arts.

Kick, Ball, Buzz

Math major and tap dancer Alissa LaFerriere ’21 combined her two passions to help create a device that teaches wearers how to kick, ball, change through buzzes.

Reaching Out

Marrkula Center for Applied Ethics gets out the word about vaccinating hard-to-reach communities.