As Orientation day approaches, there will be no shortage of people encouraging your student to “get involved” at college. From intramural sports, clubs, retreats and on-campus employment, the options are seemingly limitless, all providing opportunities to learn, grow and connect outside the classroom. One powerful way to engage while at Gonzaga is through community service programs hosted by the Center for Community Action and Service Learning (CCASL).
Bulldog Bucks is an optional declining balance account tied to your ZAGCARD and can be spent both on campus and at off campus participating locations.
Greetings parents! We look forward to welcoming you to beautiful downtown Spokane in a couple of weeks!
The Center for Cura Personalis (CCP) is an innovative department within the Division of Student Development that focuses on providing individualized services and support that help students be their best selves.
Alcohol and drugs can be a real danger at all colleges and universities, Gonzaga included. But despite what the news media might have you believe, not every student is using alcohol or drugs; and many are not using to the excess that is portrayed online, in reality shows, movies, or news stories.
Summer around here is quiet, so we are getting pretty excited for the end of August to get here and your student to arrive! You will find this to be true of every department on campus, but the reason we show up to work every day is because of your student; the Career Center & GAMP office places the needs of our students first, in all the work we do.
The entire family is welcome for a taste of campus life and to enjoy the vibrant seasonal beauty of the Spokane community during Fall Family Weekend!
It’s your student’s first semester of college, and chances are, you’ve already heard him talk about studying abroad. You’re probably wondering, “isn’t this a little premature? He just got to Gonzaga… how about settling in for a year or two before deciding anything about leaving the country?”
The Affordable Care Act requires all US citizens to have medical insurance. Gonzaga students have several choices when it comes to selecting medical insurance. One key factor in this decision is whether your student is claimed as a tax dependent on a parent’s tax return.
Whether your future Zag is into gaming, lacrosse, art, student government, service or Quidditch, we’ve got a way for them to get involved!
The Marketplace at the BARC is not just a dining hall; it’s a central community gathering place where students, faculty and staff can gather to socialize while eating. Beyond the food, we know that dining together can provide students support and comfort as they adjust to campus life.
Gonzaga’s Student Employment office is a place where your student will always find an open door and helpful, resourceful staff who will go to great lengths to find the best answer to your student’s questions.
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