The ZAGCARD is the official ID card for the Gonzaga University community. It has many uses on campus and must be with you at all times.
Mission and Ministry offers opportunities for students to explore spirituality and faith in dynamic and relevant ways.
While I was in community college, I counted down the semesters and days until I could apply to transfer to Gonzaga University.
At Zag Dining, we strive to give students the nourishment needed to fuel their scholarly success!
On behalf of the Transfer, Veteran, and Returning Adult Students Office (TVRAS – pronounced: T.V. Ras), I want to congratulate you on becoming a part of the Gonzaga University community! I look forward to the opportunity to work with you all throughout the coming year.
Gonzaga brands itself as Catholic, Jesuit and humanistic in nature. I’ve been asked to write a few words about what we mean when we say Gonzaga is Jesuit.
by Judi Biggs Garbuio, Ph.D. Vice President for Student Development Some of you might have seen me when you were on your …
My name is Amanda Oliver and I am YOUR Program GUide Saturday/Monday! I am a rising junior studying Public Relations with minors in Promotion and Visual Literacy. During my two years on campus so far, I have been involved with the Student Media office, the Office of Emergency Preparedness & Risk Management, the Payne Center for Leadership Development, and the Center for Community Engagement (CCE).
I am Sean Kimball, your Operations GUide for the First Year Experience Program. I’m a senior studying Business Administration with a concentration in Finance and a minor in Political Science. Coming into Gonzaga, I had six other students with me from my high school. I wasn’t too worried about college because I knew that I had people I could rely on. This mindset was something that caused me some problems when it came to living with people I didn’t know.
GUide Core is group of student leaders dedicated to planning and implementing New Student Orientation. We work for First Year Experience Programs …