By: Student Accounts 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. Both on- and off-campus work study programs are open to those students who

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  By: Student Accounts 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! Summer awarding has begun for those students who are requesting summer financial

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  Senior Austin Johnson (’18) reflects on how he’s grown over the course of his Gonzaga experience after attending, and now leading, the Center for Community Engagement’s “Mission: Possible” spring break immersion trip. Mission: Possible is an annual week-long service immersion trip for 100 students who wish to spend their spring break participating in service,

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By: The Center for Cura Personalis 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. However, we recognize that

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By: US Bank This time of year, the US Bank branch on campus at Gonzaga sees an increase in fraudulent account activity and scams. Fraud and scams come in many forms. Some common ones include phone calls where someone poses as the IRS, saying that you owe the IRS money and making various threats if

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  By: Housing & Residence Life During the summer, we use all of our student housing to accommodate summer students and summer conference visitors to campus. This usage, combined with a lack of secure storage space elsewhere in the buildings, prevents GU from offering summer storage to residents. All residents must remove all belongings from the building

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Zags from around the world enjoyed snow tubing at Mt. Spokane on February 24. Despite the cold temperatures, everyone had a great time! The CGE is currently sending various staff members abroad on recruiting trips, everywhere from Brazil to Japan to Singapore (and many more). On these tips, our teams meet with partner institutions, prospective

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Bent Trivia The Bulldog restaurant, located inside the Hemmingson Center, has partnered with Bent Trivia. On Friday nights at 7pm, there will be opportunities to compete with other Zags, for a chance to win great prizes! Center for Student Involvement (CSI) Presents: Weekend Movies First run movies every Friday and Saturday night in the Hemmingson

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  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. Manito Park– home to Duncan

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By: Claire Standaert (’18) and Gabriella Castro (’19) Raindrops trickle down the library window pane as the girl looks down at her twelfth draft, unsatisfied. She rips it from the table and propels the crumpled version into the waste bin. But she is not suffering this frustration alone. Writing is hard. The good news? The

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