By- Judy Miller, Patrol Officer With the warmer weather and the 2017-18 school year coming to a close, Campus Security & Public Safety would like to remind everyone of a few tips to keep us all safe.   Following the rules of the road is important. It is seen daily across campus, students walking between classes

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By- Drew Satter, M.Ed., MBA Assistant Director Housing and Residence Life Congratulations!  Your Zag made it through the school year.  Now it’s time for your Zag to move out properly, please refer to The 12 Things [students] Need to Know to Prepare for the End of the Academic Year check here in order to know

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The 12 Housing Things You Need to Know To Prepare for the End of the Academic Year Finals Week Quiet Hours: Finals week quiet hours begin Friday, May 4, 2018 at 11:00 PM. With the exception of 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., the residence halls and apartments will be in

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  By: Kyle Myers Building relationships, both with friends and those more romance-based, are an integral part of the college experience.  This is a time for students to discover what they like and dislike both in friends and potential life partners.  In many cases, relationship building is a great growth opportunity and mostly positive experience. 

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The final weeks of your senior student’s academic journey at Gonzaga University culminate into a beautiful and lively recognition ceremony on Mother’s Day, May 13 at 9:30 a.m. in the Spokane Arena.    Some aspects of the ceremony to enjoy include our speakers and awardees.  Humanitarian and GU alum Andy Dwoch (’99) will inspire our

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By: Jordan Cotton (’18), a Sociology major from Federal Way, WA   Jordan is one of many Zags who will embark on the adventure that is post-grad service after walking at graduation in May. Jordan has always had a soft spot for working with kids—something he carried into the three years he spent as a mentor

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By- Alissa Adams   The end of the academic year is quickly approaching and finals will be upon us soon! Allow us to point you in the direction of a few resources that may help your student to finish out the year strong. As always, we encourage students to utilize their faculty’s office hours and

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  Orientation Weekend would not be possible without the help and support of the entire Zag community. What makes Orientation Weekend so special are the student leaders who make new students, parents and families feel welcome by helping our new community members unload their vehicles during move in, run small groups and support families and

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 Center for Student Academic Success As we anticipate the transition from winter to spring, students are also anticipating another important turning point on campus – midterm grades. If your student is disappointed in a grade, remind them to take into account how many grading opportunities there have been in each course and what assignments are

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  By: DICE – Diversity, Inclusion, Community, & Equity Unity Multicultural Education Center                        LGBTQ+ Resource Center We envision a community where human difference is affirmed and integrated into the intellectual, personal, and professional development of all students. Recently, a group of undergraduate and graduate students, working as staff in our Department of Diversity, Inclusion, Community,

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