Midterm Resources for All Students

As we anticipate the transition from winter to spring, students are also anticipating another important turning point on campus – midterm grades. 

 Bay Area Treks

Gonzaga University is hosting career development events in Silicon Valley on March 15th and San Francisco on March 16th, 2018, that are focused on helping your student find a job or internship, and make important networking contacts with Gonzaga alumni and friends.

Spring Clean Eating Habits

Whether your Zag is a first-year student or a senior preparing to graduate, Zag Dining is here to encourage a wide variety of healthy eating options and services to assist students in developing healthy eating habits that will follow them beyond their time at Gonzaga.

Commencement Weekend FAQs and Important Information for Senior Families

Summer Session is a Smart Decision

Depending on what may be best for your student, please encourage them to make the most of it by taking classes online or on campus during Summer Session at Gonzaga

Best Practices for Supporting your Student in Career Exploration and Job Searches

Whether your student is approaching their first college summer break or is getting ready to graduate and embark on their career, there are many things you can do as a parent or family member to support your student through this exciting (and sometimes challenging) time.

Students Share Benefits of Seeking Help at the Writing Center

Many different writing activities take place here. We welcome students who have always had difficulty writing. We welcome students whose first language is not English. We even welcome faculty. Above all, the Writing Center is an intellectual space.

Spotlight on Spokane: Bucket List Activities for Students Staying in Spokane for Spring Break

There are so many wonderful places to explore and things to see and do in and around Spokane. Here is a list of suggestions, if your student is staying in Spokane for the break. Remind your student that their ZAGCARD also serves as a bus pass for exploring Spokane

Hemmingson Happenings

News from the Center for Global Engagement

Zags from around the world enjoyed snow tubing at Mt. Spokane on February 24. Despite the cold temperatures, everyone had a great time!

Summer Storage Not Offered for Residents

During the summer, we use all of our student housing to accommodate summer students and summer conference visitors to campus.

Tips to Identify and Protect Yourself from Fraud

This time of year, the US Bank branch on campus at Gonzaga sees an increase in fraudulent account activity and scams.

Encouraging a Healthy and Safe Spring Break

Spring break is a time when our students get a chance to relax and take a breather from the stress of the school year. It provides them an opportunity to come back rejuvenated after midterms and ready to tackle the rest of the spring semester. 

Service with and for Others: Austin Johnson on Mission: Possible

Mission: Possible is an annual week-long service immersion trip for 100 students who wish to spend their spring break participating in service, engaging with different communities, and living out the Gonzaga mission of being men and women for others.

Financial Aid for the Summer and for the 2018-19 Academic Year

It is a busy time of year in the Financial Aid Office at Gonzaga! Although we’re waiting for some consistent spring weather to finally make it to our area, our work focus is already on summer and next fall!

Summertime Work Opportunities

Summer offers a great opportunity to earn some extra money for college expenses. If your student is staying in the Spokane area, work opportunities are available, even if they are not registered for classes during the summer

Students Present at Local Conference

Recently, a group of undergraduate and graduate students, working as staff in our Department of Diversity, Inclusion, Community, and Equity, had the opportunity to present at a local conference.


Encourage your Zag to be a Student Leader at Orientation

What makes Orientation Weekend so special are the student leaders who make new students, parents and families feel welcome by helping our new community members unload their vehicles during move in, run small groups and support families and parents.