For many of your students, romantic relationships and friendships will be an important and impactful part of their college experience. Perhaps your student is still in a relationship with someone from high school, or their significant other is at a different college. Maybe they have met, or will meet, someone during their time at Gonzaga. 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 will provide students with positive experiences for future relationship
One of the hallmarks of the Gonzaga University experience is the engagement and commitment of our stakeholders — students, alumni, parents and families, faculty, administrators, employers, and community leaders. Even when our graduates leave the Spokane area, they can usually find a Zag nearby who understands what it means to be a part of the Gonzaga global community.
Just as GuideCore holds the hands of first-year Zags as they cross over from high school grad to Gonzaga student, Z-Core is the group that aims to lead Gonzaga’s senior class across the bridge from GU student to alum.
Hello, Senior Parents! May 12-14 is the weekend to celebrate your student’s college achievement and life at Gonzaga. You will want to arrive on Friday afternoon, as there are often smaller program and special events that evening. Join us for mass on Saturday afternoon, and the undergraduate commencement ceremony on Sunday morning.
Are you a parent of a JUNIOR, SENIOR or GRAD student this year? Ever wonder what your college student is eating now that he/she isn’t required to purchase a meal plan? Let us help ease those concerns with our NEW and extremely flexible community meal plans!
My name is Maryclare O’Brien-Wilson, and I am a senior studying Psychology and Religious Studies with a minor in Women’s and Gender Studies. This is my third year working for University Ministry and my second year as a Resident Minister. I am passionate about building relationships rooted in trust and support. Living with my residents in Madonna, this position is an avenue for me to be a person with others: to be truly present in pain, struggle and triumphs. Together, we can ask the difficult questions about self and faith: who we are, why we are here, and how to become better agents of change and justice in the world.
New and exciting things are happening in Gonzaga’s largest school, and they’ll all be on display during Fall Family Weekend at the College of Arts & Sciences Expo: New Initiatives!
September signals the start of new things on the Gonzaga campus. Classes begin, friendships grow, and everywhere there is something different to see, learn and experience.
This September in Career & Professional Development (CPD), something else is transformed-our building, our programs, and even our staff!
The schedule for October 7, 8, and 9 is filling out nicely. Plan to arrive Friday, in time for the Study Abroad Fair at 1pm, and the 4pm Faculty-Parent social, where complimentary refreshments abound for registered families. Saturday is our fullest day, with activities from 8am until midnight – including Kraziness in the Kennel in the afternoon. Sunday features the play series, a jazz combos concert, mass opportunities at St. Al’s and free time to enjoy the local area.
It’s hard to believe it’s that time of year again, but flu shot season is upon us! Health & Counseling Services will be offering flu shots for $5 again this year for all Gonzaga students.
Our goal was to create a one-stop well-being shop, if you will, that allows us to meet students wherever and whenever they are in regard to multiple areas of their well-being. This site includes a number of resources that can help your student with any well-being challenges or questions they may have.