Institutes and Centers
Eaton Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation
The Eaton Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation is a student-centric environment where we explore the often-challenging intersection of faith, learning and business.
Gaede Institute for the Liberal Arts
The Gaede Institute hosts scholarly conversation on the present and future of the liberal arts, promotes educational access for underserved populations, and fosters interdisciplinary contact between faculty and students.
Goble Center for Global Learning
The Goble Center expands Westmont’s off-campus programs, implement the college’s unique Cycle of Global Learning, and encourage all students to benefit from study abroad and cross-cultural experiences.
Hughes Center for Neuroscience and Leadership
Helping leaders develop emotional intelligence and qualities such as empathy and human rapport.
Martin Institute for Christianity and Culture
The Martin Institute for Christianity and Culture is dedicated to placing an enduring emphasis on spiritual formation with a particular focus on the path of authentic transformation as an interactive, loving relationship with Jesus Christ.
The Montecito Institute provides a world-class executive education for leaders from a variety of fields and nations.
The Center will seek to influence a national dialogue on the critical significance of moral and ethical leadership.
Center for Social Entrepreneurship
Located in Santa Barbara’s vibrant downtown corridor, the Center for Social Entrepreneurship hosts a range of interdisciplinary and innovative initiatives and programs in social change, problem solving, and community engagement.
Center for Applied Technology
Student researchers create solutions through technology that help shape the Westmont experience and serve the admissions and advancement offices.