Kyle Myers – Case Manager   Receiving and Transferring Care Summer is a great time to relax and receive care from providers (doctors, counselors, etc.) It’s also time to start thinking about transferring care up to or back to Spokane come the start of the fall semester. Ask your current providers if they have

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“Empowering students to be active and independent learners in pursuit of their academic success.” That is the mission of the Center for Student Academic Success (CSAS). Located in Foley Library, CSAS is composed of four offices who work together to support the faculty and students of Gonzaga University. The office of Academic Advising and Assistance(Foley

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Gonzaga’s faculty members enhance students’ educational experiences in so many ways: by sharing their enthusiasm for their disciplines, providing mentorship, introducing students to new perspectives and ideas, and even serving as sounding boards when students come to academic crossroads. The individuals featured in Gonzaga’s “Why I Teach” series typify the caliber of faculty Gonzaga attracts.

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DICE– Diversity, Inclusion, Community, & Equity We envision a community where human difference is affirmed and integrated into the intellectual, personal, and professional development of all students.   The BRIDGE (Building Relationships in Diverse Gonzaga Environments) program is designed with the awareness that students who hold marginalized identities sometimes face bigger barriers in finding comfort

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Disability Access: Academic Accommodations at Gonzaga University The Disability Access (DA) Office in the Center for Student Academic Success (CSAS) at Gonzaga University establishes accommodations for students with disabilities as well as supports faculty and staff in providing those accommodations. Disability Access may arrange or provide academic adjustments, accommodations, auxiliary aids, assistive technology and other

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“We’re going to visit Gonzaga.” These were the last words I wanted to hear from my mother during the fall of my junior year of high school. “It’s too close to home.” “It’s Catholic.” “It’s too small.” These were just a few of the rebuttals I had to my mom’s decision to bring me to

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  By – Hank and Alice Davis (Colorado) As parents we anticipated our Zag’s sophomore year to be as smooth and successful as her freshman year. After all, we were following her lead—she was so happy to return to Gonzaga and begin her sophomore year and we were excited for her to keep us in

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            Your kids are alive! We have survived over 3 months on the other side of the planet almost entirely on our own. I know it is hard to believe, I hardly believe it myself. But I tell you what, to say we are alive is quite the understatement. And to say we are kids…

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DICE– Diversity, Inclusion, Community, & Equity We envision a community where human difference is affirmed and integrated into the intellectual, personal, and professional development of all students.   My name is Jaylun Hutchison and I am a sophomore studying political science and communication studies. Last month, I had the opportunity to present at the United

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Dr. Rebecca Bull-Shaefer Within Gonzaga’s core business curriculum, our Principles classes introduce students to basic functions within finance, operations, management, and marketing. This semester, our Principles of Marketing students are learning the basic processes of marketing by analyzing how strategic positioning occurs within the wine industry. Most of the business students come from California and

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