Bay Area Trek

Spring Break Bay Area Treks

Gonzaga sophomore and current Employer Outreach and Communications Intern at the Career Center & GAMP, Danamarie McNicholl-Carter, highlights the upcoming Bay Area Treks that are happening over Spring Break. Part of her job description entails making sure your student knows about the invaluable career development opportunities hosted by the Career Center each year.

Changes in Financial structure of Study Abroad

The Study Abroad Office, with oversight from the Academic Vice President’s Office, has recently changed the financial model for sponsored study abroad programs. Gonzaga University allows students to use their institution scholarships and financial aid abroad on our sponsored programs.

Eating Disorder Awareness & Resources

On campuses across the country, 25% of students struggle with an eating disorder. This complex illness comes with its share of stigmas. A lack of education about eating disorders has led to the creation of Eating Disorder Awareness Week (2/23-3/1).

Why Go on a Retreat?

Prior to settling in at Gonzaga University for four of the best years of my life, I was spending much of my time taking part in a number of retreats and youth group events through my church in the greater Seattle area.

So, You Filed the FAFSA… Now What?

Hopefully you have filed the 2015-16 FAFSA if you have a student who will be attending college any time in the 2015-2016 school year. If not, you can still file; just be sure to do so quickly at www.fafsa.gov, as some funds are awarded first-come, first-served.

Falling In and Out of Love with Friends

When our students think of being in love they may first think of having a partner, a boyfriend or girlfriend, who they are romantically involved with in a relationship over a long period of time.

Concussion to Ankle Sprains: What to do when your Zag in injured

One of the most common reasons for a visit to the Student Health Center is injuries, such as sprains, cuts, fractures, and concussions.

Mindful About Measles

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have recently reported a multi-state outbreak of the measles. This outbreak has been primarily focused in California and Arizona, though four cases have been identified in Washington State.