Join us at the Virtual Graduate Recruitment Fair on October 26, 2022 from 2pm – 5pm, CST



We are changing the world -– one client, one student, one family and one school at a time. Our vision imagines a region and world in which everyone has access to an inspiring education and the psychological tools and support to propel them toward flourishing lives of meaning, purpose and connection.  Join us and discover the Santa Clara University difference!

The graduate degrees and certifications offered through this school are designed to educate compassionate professionals who will transform lives, schools, and communities.

Guided by strong dedication to academic excellence and service to society, the School of Education and Counseling Psychology at Santa Clara University educates compassionate, competent, and ethical professionals committed to meaningful and supportive engagement with diverse people, schools, and communities.

We will be recruiting at the October 26, 2022 Virtual Teacher Recruitment Fair, and invite you to visit our representatives.



Our vision imagines a region and a world in which everyone has access to an inspiring education and is provided the psychological tools and support needed to propel them toward flourishing lives of meaning, purpose and connection. We see ourselves as a strong community partner that serves this vision in the Bay Area, California.
To embody that vision, our mission is to prepare outstanding therapists, educators, and advocates, grounded in the Jesuit values of a deep respect for all and a focus on social justice. Our mission is to develop professionals who will serve and positively transform schools, communities, and the greater society through their work.



Semilla Teacher Fellowship
This Fellowship was created to provide a 50% tuition scholarship to students pursuing the Master of Arts in Teaching and Teaching Credential (MATTC) program. Students complete coursework at our East San Jose campus, engage in community service, and agree to teach at a high-need school for two years following graduation.

Dr. Ann Gerard Fellowship Fund
This fund provides scholarships for graduate students in the School of Education and Counseling Psychology, with a preference for students studying Special Education.

Janice M. Kyne Endowed Scholarship
This scholarship provides financial assistance to graduate students enrolled in the Special Education program. Candidates for this scholarship must demonstrate a sensitivity about the needs and issues of special education students and their families, a compassion for every individual’s unique situation, an ability to work effectively for the best interests of special education students, and dedication to the field of special education. Candidates should be in good academic standing and must demonstrate financial need. Special consideration will be given to those who have already completed nine (9) units of coursework within the special education program.

James W. Trent Education Scholarship Fund
This scholarship was established to provide financial assistance to students who exhibit an exceptionally high commitment to education, broadly embracing and serving their communities. Preference will be given to underrepresented minority graduate students or to graduate students who are first generation college students.

Online Application Process

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