A hidden gem

SCU named one of 20 schools nationwide that’s “worth the trip” for prospective students.

Could Mayor Gavin Newsom of San Francisco, Gov. Janet Napolitano of Arizona, and Jerry Brown, mayor of Oakland and former governor, all be wrong?” That was a question posed in the New York Times Education Life supplement this summer, in an article that singled out SCU as one of the nation’s “stealth powerhouses” and “hidden gems” in higher education. The article recommends SCU as one of 20 schools nationwide that’s “worth the trip” for prospective students. We concur.

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