Letting Grow is about exactly that, letting them grow. At the least, it is about letting go of your child as they go off to college and honestly begin their adventure of self-discovery and development. At a deeper level, it is about how you, as parents and as a family, decide how you are

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  Local Bank Information: Why your student should wait until you reach campus to open a new account!   Parent and Family Relations at Gonzaga University partners with U.S. Bank, the only bank on campus. There are also 3 U.S. Bank ATMs on campus. There will be a streamlined account opening during orientation weekend and

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There are so many things to consider when you think about packing up, traveling and moving your student into a new home. We compiled a list of frequently asked questions to assist you with this experience! What does my student really need to bring to school? Necessities Alarm clock                             Bedding Computer Detergent Extension cords Fan

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  Give your student a break from the rough and get out onto the green at one of the Spokane area’s 33 beautiful golf courses. Whether golf is currently a part of your life or you’re looking for a fun new way to bond with your student, most anyone can enjoy this communal pastime. The

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About 100 activities are typically available for our family visit program, Zag Fam Weekend, October 5-7 this year.  To help you make your plans, we are building the schedule with confirmed items in a new Yapp! ap, and there are already several fun and engaging features on the books.  Some weekend activities are confirmed in

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New Student Orientation is designed purposefully to welcome new students, introduce them to the University mission and support their spiritual, academic, and social transition to Gonzaga University. There are lots of activities that weekend and family time together is shifting. We encourage you to guide your Zag to join the New Student Orientation programming. Working

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With the school year approaching, many of you and your students should be thinking about fall recruiting for jobs and internships. While students have the ability to network, search and interview for jobs year-round, a very large portion of opportunities begin to arise during the first few weeks of the fall semester. Companies of all

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With the summer months upon us so is road construction. The City of Spokane began work on Sharp between Ruby and Hamilton that limits access onto the Gonzaga Campus. There are limited access points to campus via Sinto that is one block north of Sharp. Sinto has become a bypass road to, from and around

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The Greek language origin for the term sophomore is sometimes described in its etymology breakdown as sophos, “wise”, and moros “foolish, dull.” The second year experience for your student is certainly a combination of leaning into the wisdom gained in their first year of existence and navigating the often-felt foolishness of things not yet known or new

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With a student to faculty ratio of 12:1 and an average class size of 24, Gonzaga is clearly dedicated to personalized classroom learning. But learning also happens outside of the classroom—in internships, service learning projects, independent and faculty-mentored research opportunities and other projects—and these experiences are equally valuable. Experiential learning exposes students to new environments

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