Santa Clara University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (9)
I really enjoyed my time at Santa Clara University. The faculty was incredibly knowledgeable, the course work was rigorous and the campus itself was beautiful and safe. While it was very pricey to attend, I really enjoyed the intellectual community at SCU and how I evolved as a critical thinker and problem solver. I majored in Art History and Studio Art; however, I now am pursuing my masters in Occupational Therapy.
As a civil engineer, there are many levels of certification to become a licensed engineer. I have been well prepared and have passed the initial tests. This has been due to the community at Santa Clara. All of the professors want you to succeed and will help you inside and outside of the classroom. They ensure that you understand and learn the material in order to move on to future classrooms. The courses were challenging, but they encouraged me to think critically and apply knowledge from several classes. The small classrooms are essential to this learning environment. I have good relationships with all of my professors and classmates and we all help each other when needed.
The accounting program prepares you for your career and the CPA exam. For the most part, the professors are very knowledgeable about the subjects they teach. Santa Clara has a great recruiting system that includes the Big 4 and smaller firms as well. They really help you out in terms of finding a job to starting your career.
College was helpful in learning how to manage your time and be proactive but I don't feel like Santa Clara was helpful for my career path, specifically for Psychology.
This was the perfect, well rounded core education for me. My time at SCU prepared me for my success in my graduate degree and gave me the skills I need to communicate my ideas to people in my industry.
Go! It is worth every penny. The experience to learn new things about yourself and how to develop and grow throughout your career is all you need.
Awesome place. Beautiful campus. Social life is wild.
It gets good ratings, but I don't feel like my school has helped my career at all. I wouldn't say it's worth the money. Could've spent way less for the same result.
I like that Santa Clara University is a small, private school. I feel that the class sizes are perfect and efficient; each class has a decent amount of students. For example, the smallest class I have taken has had seven students in total. An advantage to a small class size is that there is more opportunity for one-on-one with the professors. I find it helpful to have one-on-one with the professors because it enables one to connect and feel comfortable approaching them. Most of the professors offer office hours and scheduled meetings to talk with their students about the class and any struggles or questions one may have.