Knowing Someone and Being Known

I once had a peanut butter banana sandwich that changed my life.  I know, sounds dramatic but it’s actually quite accurate.  A …

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Healthy Relationships

By: Dr. Patsy Fowler, English faculty, and Jill Yashinsky-Wortman, Director, Center for Cura Personalis You are well on your way to becoming a …

Mary Haffner ('15) and her brother after commencement.

Zags Buy In

The more time you spend engaging both on campus, and in the greater Spokane community, the more memories you’ll make and the more your education will be worth to you.


Getting to Know Spokane

By Patrick Ronay, admission counselor and alum Perhaps I don’t need to remind you, but your arrival to Gonzaga is a mere …


Being a Zag: a Woman for Others

You will not only learn values that you will maintain through the rest of your life, but you’ll become wiser, you’ll grow into yourself, and you’ll be able to pass on what you learn here to everyone that you encounter.

Investing in a Jesuit Education

The answer for me is simple: the return on investment, in the form of the richness of the rewards of a Jesuit education, makes the investment worthwhile.


Magis: The More

As I sit back typing these last few words, I can’t help but think of the incredible adventure you are about to embark on – and I wish you could see my smile.


Waý. Welcome to Gonzaga!

Gonzaga sits within the ancestral homelands of the Spokane Tribe of Indians and these lands are part of the Columbia Plateau, which has been home to Native American peoples for thousands of years.