By: Judy Miller, Campus Security and Public Safety Every year the Campus Security and Public Safety Office provides free self-defense classes to students which are taught by one of our trained patrol officers. These classes can be a valuable tool for everyone to have while on and off campus. Students regularly walk thru campus at night
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Classes are now in full swing! Students are starting to settle in to new schedules and have an understanding for what kind of attention each of their courses will need. The Center for Student Academic Success (CSAS) is here to provide a few resources that may help your busy student with their demanding schedule. Within
By: Kevin O’Toole (’11), Head of International Growth, Google Launchpad The opinions expressed here are Kevin O’Toole’s alone and do not reflect those of his employer. I take semi-regular calls with Gonzaga seniors who are applying for jobs in the Silicon Valley and liberal arts majors trying to navigate the business world. On those calls,
By: Justin Gambone, M.S., Prgram Coordinator, First Year Experience Programs Orientation Weekend was full of excitement, as we welcomed your students into our Zag family. As new students walked through the front doors of the Hemmingson Center, they entered an energetic environment that fosters an inclusive community made of students, staff, faculty and friends of
By: Steven Ponce, Communication/Project Coordinator, Hemmingson Center Gonzaga University was overjoyed to welcome new Zags to our community! Orientation Weekend was jam packed – full of activities that were designed to welcome, inform, and excite our First Year students! Our student orientation leaders welcomed the class of 2022 in bright teal shirts that said “Ignite”.
By: Shanna Dunne, Assistant Director of Parent and Leadership Giving & Zag Mom I haven’t been riding my bike as often as I used to. There was a time when I rode a lot more—I did a half IRONMAN once, if that tells you how much I rode—but now I’m recovering from foot surgery and
By: Joan Iva Fawcett, Assistant Dean for DICE Welcome (back) to the start of the academic year! Regardless of whether your student is new or returning, there have been a lot of recent changes in DICE that we would like to share. First off, DICE moved to a much bigger and more visible space over
Health & Counseling Services is excited to inform you of a few of our fall 2018 support groups for GU students. These groups will also be listed on our website at this link: H&CS Support Groups Please feel free to refer students who could benefit from these groups: Level Up Your Life: Gaming for fun
By: Kayla Zobel, Case Manager, Center for Cura Personalis That swell of emotions you’ve been feeling over the last 24-hours, week, month or year about your student heading to college are about to be amplified. The step they’re taking is a big transition and navigating this transition can be a roller coaster both emotionally and physically.
Dear Zag Families, One of the hallmarks of the Gonzaga University experience is the engagement and commitment of our stakeholders – students, alumni, parents and families, faculty, administrators, employers, and community leaders. Our University Trustees and Regents are among our most dedicated and engaged career ambassadors. These leaders live and work in various cities and