Dear Parents and Families, I am Sara Skornik, the 2018 Logistics Coordinator. On behalf of Family Core, Parent and Family Crew, and Parent and Family Relations, I would like to formally welcome you to Gonzaga University. As you embark on this journey, whether you are a first- generation collegiate family or you are attending your
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Come visit October 5-7 for a glimpse into the life of your student and enjoy our beautiful campus and community. Friday afternoon events begin with a Study Abroad Fair at 1pm, the Arnold Lecture at 4pm, and the Faculty Social at 5pm. Most families arrive in the mid-afternoon. Saturday is jam-packed with options:Attend a special
First, welcome to our parents who are new to the Zag Family! We look forward to meeting you in August when you’re on campus! For our returning parents, welcome back and congratulations on reaching the start of another year! We wanted to provide a little intro (or refresher) on Health & Counseling Services—the on-campus physician’s
What an exciting time it is for our incoming and returning students! With summer winding down and the adventure of the fall semester just around the corner, it is important to remember there may be some things that are left to complete before the school year begins. To help ensure students have a smooth transition
Although finding a position on campus can seem daunting, Gonzaga has many positions available to students, whether it be through ZagDining, within specific departments, the library, or in our student center. Below are some steps you can take to help ensure that your student is ready for work once they arrive on campus! Student employment
Hello and welcome (back)! We are thrilled to kick off another academic year at Gonzaga. Whether your student is new to GU or is returning, we thought we would re-introduce our office and provide a few move-in tips, and upcoming CGE events! What is the CGE and what do we do? The Center for Global
One of the most valuable things your student can do is obtain an internship where they have the opportunity to develop skills and competencies relevant to their chosen career. Many students independently seek out internships and are successful in gaining relevant experience. However, some students find that their internships don’t end up focusing on work
Psychology Professor Nancy Worsham, Ph.D. knew she was going to be a teacher since she was a child, but she didn’t always know why. In this episode of “Why I Teach,” watch how her future unfolded and how she inspired her students to make the world a better place.
Welcome to Gonzaga Housing and Residence Life (HRL)! I wanted to take the time to address a few things that parents and families typically have quite a few questions around. Many times, parents want to know how to work with the HRL staff to support their student. How is housing going to house this large
Joshua Masters’ big brother Jacob is actually almost a head shorter than he is, but Jacob has always looked out for his younger sibling. One day this past spring, during a walk across campus, part of Joshua’s hearing aid slipped to the ground and Jacob leapt to help his brother. “Are you okay?” he asked.