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University Credit Union partners with Santa Clara University.

Los Angeles, CA, October 15, 2019 --()-- Santa Clara University has entered into a strategic partnership with Southern California-based University Credit Union (UCU), one of the top credit unions in the country, to offer mortgages, financial education, on-site ATMs, and other benefits to faculty, staff, and students of Santa Clara community.


Products that will be offered will include discounted mortgage and auto loans for faculty and staff, on-site financial education and other benefits to the Santa Clara constituents.

Additional benefits from the partnership will include:
- Exclusive product lines to SCU faculty, staff, students, and alumni
- Internship opportunities for SCU students
- Financial literacy programs
- Campus relationship center in Benson Center
- ATMs conveniently located on campus

“University Credit Union is excited to partner with the Santa Clara University community, and to help their students, faculty and alumni achieve their financial and educational goals,” said David Tuyo, President and CEO of University Credit Union. “By opening a relationship center on campus, our commitment to the Santa Clara University community is deepened by providing University Credit Union the opportunity to showcase the value of membership and our promise to provide the top 1% best rates in the nation to our members.”

The Collegiate Services division of Van Wagner Sports and Entertainment secured the partnership on behalf of the university.

“This is a perfect fit that aligns two great partners,” said Mark Massari, VWSE’s Vice President for West Region. “We are proud to assist the tremendous momentum happening right now on the Mission campus and appreciate UCU’s commitment to the Santa Clara community.”

Santa Clara University is the most recent West Coast Conference school to partner with University Credit Union. UCU is also the title sponsor of the West Coast Conference Basketball Championships.

About Santa Clara University
Founded in 1851, Santa Clara University sits in the heart of Silicon Valley - the world’s most innovative and entrepreneurial region. The University’s stunningly landscaped 106-acre campus is home to the historic Mission Santa Clara de Asís. Ranked among the top 15 percent of national universities by U.S. News & World Report, SCU has among the best four-year graduation rates in the nation and is rated by PayScale in the top 1 percent of universities with the highest-paid graduates. SCU has produced elite levels of Fulbright Scholars as well as four Rhodes Scholars. With undergraduate programs in arts and sciences, business, and engineering, and graduate programs in six disciplines, the curriculum blends high-tech innovation with social consciousness grounded in the tradition of Jesuit, Catholic education. For more information see www.explore-biography.com.

About University Credit Union
University Credit Union, a federally-insured financial cooperative was founded in 1951 on UCLA’s campus by faculty and staff. Serving more than 40,000 members, UCU has become a leading credit union in the United States. UCU is guided by a board of directors, comprised only of faculty, staff and alumni of the university community. UCUs core purpose to give members a financial edge in life, along with the Credit Union’s promise to advocate, educate and innovate, help position UCU as a financial partner to the university community. To learn more about UCU visit www.UCU.org or call (800) UCU-4510.
 

 

一道本不卡免费高清The Auxiliary Services division provides the Santa Clara University community with key elements of campus life. Each unit provides vital non-academic support including housing, dining, ACCESS cards services and course materials.  These essential services enable students, faculty, and staff to focus on academics and campus life.  We strive to be an innovative, socially responsible, customer-centered and financially accountable community builder.

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    ACCESS Card Office

    一道本不卡免费高清The ACCESS Card Office, located on the main level of the Benson Memorial Center in room 106, issues Santa Clara University’s campus ID card and manages all facets of the ACCESS Card Program.

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    Adobe Lodge

    The Adobe Lodge, proudly serves all Santa Clara University faculty and staff and their guests as a daily retreat and cafe. This charming historic lodge is open to the community for hosting special events after cafe hours. We look forward to sharing this hidden gem with you!

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    Bronco Corner Bookstore

    一道本不卡免费高清The  Bronco Corner Bookstore is located in the Benson Memorial Center directly across from the Shapell Lounge. Bronco Corner provides textbooks, other class materials, school supplies and features SCU logo merchandise, clothes, apparel, and other gear. 

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    Conference Services

    Conference Services invites reservations and coordinates all residential summer conference and youth camp programs. Conference Services is located in the Benson Memorial Center throughout the academic year.

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    Dining Services

    Dining Services provides the campus with a wide variety of on-campus dining and catering options. The on-campus cafes include Marketplace, Mission Bakery, The Bronco, Sunstream Cafe, Cadence Cafe, and Cafe 455. 

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    On-Campus Living

    一道本不卡免费高清The Housing Office, located in Benson Memorial Center room 212, is responsible for undergraduate and graduate student housing on campus. The Housing Office welcomes new and returning students and provides housing applications, contracts, assignments and manages residence hall operations. 

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    Property Management

    Property Management oversees the leasing of residential accommodations for faculty and staff and commercial properties owned by SCU.  Contact the Property Management Office at (408) 554-4104.

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