Inspired to do Good
In recognition for the generosity and numerous contributions by Dr. Irwin and Mrs. Joan Jacobs
The largest donation ever received by USD’s School of Business.
Record-Setting Founders Gala Supports Scholarships, Establishes Veteran Student Scholarship Fund
The Fletcher Jones Foundation has approved a $1 million award to USD’s math department to transform its current space into a dynamic, state-of-the-art environment for student collaboration, faculty research and community gathering.
The University of San Diego, in partnership with Entravision, is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month by spotlighting members of our amazing alumni.
Honoring USD students who have served in the military
USD Women's Center's 2016 Undergraduate Woman of Impact Award Winner
Scott MacDonald has a sincere desire to make a difference in the lives of young people.
USD Student-Athletes are #GameChangers, on-and-off the field.
The University of San Diego is leading change and changing lives.
Jasmine Garcia credits financial aid for her academic success.
It is tranquil, refreshing and engaging, all at once. It happens at a time when the space appears in semi-darkness, but has a pocket of light that spectacularly invites us to connect.
Pope Francis made a bold statement on the environment in his June 2015 encyclical, Laudato Si, with a message that not only validated the sustainability movement at USD, but set the stage for a visit to the campus by a renowned Catholic climate-change activist.
Catherine R. (Wesolowski) Northcutt ’96 (BBA), ’17 (MA), who was set to attend San Diego State University, has no doubt it was divine intervention that made it possible for her to instead attend the University of San Diego.
As the head of one of higher education’s most progressive energy policy institutes, Scott Anders, director of USD’s Energy Policy Initiatives Center (EPIC), is a study in bare-bones efficiency.
Laura Gilbert is a student in the Hahn School of Nursing and Health Science’s MEPN program, a master’s program geared toward students who have bachelor’s degrees in other fields and want to become registered nurses.
In a quiet corner office on the western end of Loma Hall’s second floor, Industrial Systems and Engineering Assistant Professor Truc Ngo folds her hands contemplatively as she reflects on her position at the forefront of USD’s efforts to build a better world.
Philanthropists Betty and Bob Beyster have been proponents of change for decades, and continue that legacy at USD.
The Mulvaneys carry on a family tradition of supporting community.
View our special Leading Change Campaign publication made in partnership with San Diego Magazine.
The Friendly Sons of St. Patrick of San Diego, an Irish-American charitable fraternal organization that was established in 1953, has created the new endowed Friendly ...
The University of San Diego’s take on the national philanthropy opportunity Giving Tuesday, which at USD is known as Torero Tuesday, successfully raised a record ...
The University of San Diego is in its seventh year as a designated Ashoka U Changemaker Campus. To note, USD is one of just over ...