Our Decade with President Engh

Photos | Quotes | Stories | Interviews | Milestones

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$100M for Discovery and Innovation

Jesuit School of Theology
becomes part of SCU | 2009

Big Win for a Tiny House

Grand Reunion | 2009
The beginning of a shared reunion for all classes

Jesuit, President, Faculty, Staff, News
Jesuit, President, Faculty, Staff, News

President Engh forms Blue Ribbon Commission on Diversity and Inclusion | 2016

SCU wins Gold Seal for Sustainability from AASHE STARS program | 2014

SCU launches $1 billion campaign | 2019

Illustration by JOHN HENDRIX
Students, Fountain, Diversity, Mission Church
Mission

“He brought me around more effectively than any other developer in San Jose’s history.” —San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo on how Fr. Engh presented a plan for new housing for SCU faculty

2018 Graduation

A question as the Great Recession hit: “How many people are you going to lay off?” Answer: “None.”
—VP for Enrollment Management Mike Sexton recounts Fr. Engh’s response to the national financial crisis.

Featurebuilding

“He always makes an effort to make that personal connection.” —Kyle Ozawa ’08

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The Gift

Sacrifice, given willingly and with love, makes us human.

On Being Better

How can we be better to each other, particularly as white people seek to become allies?

The Sacrificial Tweet

A single misstep on social media comes at a high price these days. And yet we’re being asked to speak up louder and more frequently against injustice. What are we willing to sacrifice to keep posting?

Not a Moment, But a Movement

From a protest in Benson in 1969 to a multi-decade movement called Unity, students of color have consistently pushed SCU toward progress.