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Spring Orientation

Colleen Vandenboom shakes hands with a student at the veterans graduation ceremony

Transfer Welcome Letter

Welcome to the Gonzaga University (GU) community, a place of exploration, transformation, and education. I am thrilled and honored to have the opportunity to work with you throughout your college experience.

Your Course Schedule is Set, Are You?

At Gonzaga, your first semester course schedule is constructed for you by professional advisors in the Office of Academic Advising and Assistance (AAA) or the School of Business, depending on your intended field of study.



Our ZAGCARD identifies you as a member of the Gonzaga University community.

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Upload a ZAGCARD Photo

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.

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My Transfer Experience

While I was in community college, I counted down the semesters and days until I could apply to transfer to Gonzaga University.

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Zag Dining 101

At Zag Dining, we strive to give students the nourishment needed to fuel their scholarly success!

The Aram Lecture is delivered in the Wolff Auditorium

Your Course Schedule is Set, Are You?

The Office of Academic Advising & Assistance (AAA), as well as other advisors across campus, have been busy preparing your first semester schedule.  

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Transfer Welcome Letter

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.