By Drew Satter, Housing & Residence Life
When roommates get along well, there are so many benefits to a living situation. There should be open communication, friendliness, and a place that feels like home. Roommates don’t need to be best friends, but there should be minimally a good vibe in the room or apartment. So, what should a student do if their roommate situation is not going well? There are a few things that should be quite helpful.
The Gonzaga Parent & Family Office was founded in 2009 in response to the needs of our parents and families. So many parents, then and now, want to stay involved in their student’s lives, but aren’t quite sure to what extent is appropriate.
Hola! Bienvenidos a mi historia! My name is Mollie Picha and I am a senior in the Honors Program here at Gonzaga. After many semesters of indecision I will be graduating with a double major in International Relations and Environmental Studies with a minor in Spanish.
Each year we anticipate and prepare for the flu season in hopes that we can minimize illness on our campus. We have already seen several cases of flu-like illness on campus and anticipate that this will continue as the flu season approaches.
GSBA sponsors shuttle services to the airport during holiday breaks. The link to pay and reserve the shuttle is on the GSBA website.
Families: thank you for sharing your student with the Gonzaga University community! Your student has officially begun their journey of self-exploration.
Your participation in this short survey will help us guide services and provide information that keep you informed about your student’s experience at Gonzaga University. It takes less than 5 minutes to complete.
Have you ever received a postcard, letter or other piece of mail from Gonzaga University about giving? If so, you’re not alone. Gonzaga sends out thousands of those every year to help remind alumni, parents and friends of the University about our need for support of annual funds.
Since 1887, Gonzaga University has upheld a philosophy of educating the whole person – mind, body and spirit. “Cura personalis,” or care for the individual, is the motto student and faculty members carry with them every day.