Campus Recreation values wellness - we model and inspire lifestyles that encourage lifelong health and well-being by focusing on the eight dimensions of wellness.
We work with a number of other campus partners to support the eight dimensions of wellness on campus.
Campus Ministry is located in the Benson Center & they are full-time ministers with Master’s degrees, graduate students, and undergraduate students who want to help you find a sense of home at SCU.. For more information please see their website by clicking here.
The Career Center empowers students to continuously discern and pursue meaningful work to meet the complex needs of an ever-changing world. They support all undergraduate students, graduate students in Engineering, Education, Counseling Psychology, and Pastoral Ministries, and Alumni. For more information about career development and opportunities to connect with resources, alumni, and employers please see their website by clicking here.
Center for Sustainability
The Center for Sustainability empowers SCU students, faculty and staff to build a more humane, just, and sustainable world. The Center for Sustainability host events and programs, implements initatives, provides strategic consulation, and share stories that help the University achieve climate neutrality, practice mindful consumption, develop a culture of sustainability and use of campus as a living laboratory. For more information please see their website by clicking here.
Cura RLC (Finn Residence Hall)
Opening Fall 2019, the Cura Residential Learning Community is a mini-suite style, co-ed community of first and second year students, focused on the theme of cura personalis or care for the whole person. For more information please see their website by clicking here.
Mission to Wellness
This is a program for SCU's faculty and staff out of the Human Resources Department. For more information, please see the HR website.
The Wellness Center
Located at 852 Market Street, the Wellness Center is a wellness promotion and education resource center for all Santa Clara University students. The Wellness Center utilizes evidence-based initiatives to promote a culture of holistic health that empowers students to make informed decisions and develop self efficacy in achieving intellectual, spiritual, social, physical, and emotional well-being. Areas of focus include alcohol and substance abuse prevention, sexual assault and violence prevention, sleep hygiene, stress management, and healthy relationships. In Fall 2015 "Wellness Wednesdays" was established, which brings Peer Health Educators into the Malley Center Lobby to table about different health and wellness topics on the first Wednesday of each month. For more information please see the Wellness Center's homepage.