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Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship

Support Unparalleled Opportunities for SCU Students

Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship provides students with unparalleled opportunities to be part of the solution — learning and working with social enterprises on the front lines of poverty eradication around the world. Even with the pandemic, students successfully engaged with social enterprises in Asia, Africa, and the United States, gaining invaluable experience and creating impact in this virtual world. 


“Working virtually with Miller Center fellows along with our team during the pandemic lockdown was very important to our organization. The fellows’ approach and insights into our programs allowed us to improve our entrepreneurship program delivery to serve our customers’ needs efficiently.” 

Matt Dickson, Founder and CEO, Eggpreneur (Kenya)


Once students complete their fellowships, they are uniquely positioned to impact companies and organizations in ways that are in high demand in the global workforce. Fellows learn how to collaborate in different cultures and languages, and how to continuously innovate and adapt to changing environments.

Now Miller Center is expanding our engagement with the university to weave social entrepreneurship into the DNA of SCU — providing 500 students per year by 2025 with a range of social enterprise opportunities, and connecting more directly with faculty on research and in the classroom. 

Will you join us in helping SCU students change the world with your gift to Miller Center?

Accelerate your impact! Our first 50 donors on Day of Giving will unlock a generous challenge grant of $20,000 from two of our Advisory Board members.



Bronco Nation Donation Location
Rank State Gifts
1 CA 37
2 OR 14
3 WA 1
Leaderboard
Total Dollars Raised
Total dollars raised by a participating group
Rank Department Raised
1 Student Scholarships $1,127,375.00
2 Athletics $524,653.37
3 School of Engineering $334,713.98
4 Ignatian Center for Jesuit Education $329,223.40
5 Jesuit School of Theology $115,425.00
6 Class Year/Memorial Scholarships $115,372.23
7 Fr. Coz Scholarship $111,405.00
8 Leavey School of Business $106,868.15
9 Sobrato Campus for Discovery and Innovation $103,135.00
10 School of Law $97,710.00
11 Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives and Scholarships $92,750.31
12 Markkula Center for Applied Ethics $81,989.13
13 Men's Rugby $68,135.88
14 College of Arts and Sciences $59,540.18
15 LEAD Scholars Program $44,030.00
16 Education & Counseling Psychology $42,662.23
17 Sustainability Initiatives $39,625.00
18 Other $35,075.00
19 Catala Club $31,430.00
20 Campus Recreation & Club Sports $24,550.00
21 Santa Clara Fund $24,235.50
22 Alumni Family Scholarship Program $22,001.00
23 Special Assistance Funds $13,655.20
24 Student Life & Student Organizations $9,355.00
25 Campus Ministry $5,770.14
26 University Library $3,450.00
27 Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship $3,410.00
28 Kids on Campus $3,295.00
29 de Saisset Museum $3,101.00
30 OSHER Lifelong Learning Institute $2,005.00
Ended
Leaderboard
Total Number of Gifts
Total number of gifts by a participating group
Rank Department Gifts
1 Athletics 1,687
2 Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives and Scholarships 424
3 Ignatian Center for Jesuit Education 274
4 Men's Rugby 268
5 College of Arts and Sciences 266
6 School of Engineering 256
7 Leavey School of Business 230
8 School of Law 198
9 Sustainability Initiatives 186
10 LEAD Scholars Program 141
11 Alumni Family Scholarship Program 128
12 Markkula Center for Applied Ethics 125
13 Class Year/Memorial Scholarships 120
14 Santa Clara Fund 119
15 Jesuit School of Theology 114
16 Campus Recreation & Club Sports 92
17 Fr. Coz Scholarship 83
18 Special Assistance Funds 64
19 Catala Club 63
20 Student Life & Student Organizations 56
21 Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship 53
22 Other 52
23 Kids on Campus 43
24 Education & Counseling Psychology 35
25 Campus Ministry 35
26 Sobrato Campus for Discovery and Innovation 30
27 University Library 23
28 de Saisset Museum 19
29 OSHER Lifelong Learning Institute 15
Ended
Leaderboard
Which Undergraduate Alumni Class is All In for SCU
Total gifts raised by each undergraduate alumni class year
Undergraduate Class Year (if applicable)
Rank Answer Amount
1 1992 $182,801.00
2 2004 $59,654.46
3 1986 $44,475.00
4 1994 $41,775.00
5 1988 $36,258.00
6 1967 $33,450.00
7 1974 $29,837.40
8 1990 $27,810.00
9 1963 $25,250.00
10 1981 $24,400.00
11 1973 $22,775.00
12 1982 $22,068.00
13 1993 $21,495.00
14 1977 $20,280.00
15 1979 $16,425.00
16 1987 $16,325.00
17 1976 $14,745.00
18 1975 $14,520.00
19 1978 $14,275.00
20 1980 $13,800.00
21 2000 $12,000.00
22 1991 $11,900.00
23 1969 $11,720.00
24 2007 $11,180.00
25 2006 $10,980.00
26 1971 $10,800.00
27 2008 $10,370.00
28 1970 $8,780.00
29 2002 $8,760.00
30 2005 $8,360.00
31 1966 $7,950.00
32 1989 $7,525.00
33 2001 $7,225.00
34 1985 $6,845.00
35 2013 $6,655.00
36 1997 $6,050.00
37 2017 $5,999.00
38 2014 $5,895.66
39 1998 $5,715.00
40 2019 $5,460.00
41 1984 $5,350.00
42 1972 $5,085.00
43 1932 $5,000.00
44 2010 $4,380.00
45 2009 $4,375.00
46 1961 $4,300.00
47 2011 $4,220.00
48 1968 $4,125.00
49 2003 $3,415.00
50 2016 $3,325.00
51 2012 $3,240.12
52 1960 $3,075.00
53 2015 $3,055.15
54 1995 $2,760.00
55 2018 $2,684.87
56 1983 $2,625.00
57 2020 $2,440.00
58 1996 $2,325.00
59 1999 $2,150.00
60 1962 $1,250.00
61 1965 $1,125.00
62 1964 $1,000.00
63 1957 $950.00
64 1959 $650.00
65 1942 $500.00
66 2021 $60.00
67 2024 $35.00
68 2023 $10.00
Ended
$20,000
Miller Center Challenge
Over 50 donors made a gift to the Miller Center, unlocking a $20k challenge gift from two Miller Center Advisory Board members.
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