Graduation is a time of new beginnings. The old chapter has come to an end, and the time has come to turn the page. As students bid farewell to their beloved Gonzaga community, the Commencement Mass celebration offers them and their families a time to pray and share the Lord’s Eucharistic feast together. It reminds them to seek guidance from the Lord as they start down a new path.
The year is quickly coming to an end, so it is time for your student to be spending their Dining Dollars. All unspent Dining Dollars are forfeited after May 8th.
At Gonzaga, we are blessed to have an entire center that focuses on this. The Center for Cura Personalis staff focus on holistic care in many ways, including providing information and strategies to help students live a balanced lifestyle and having dedicated support for students who may be struggling. Below you will find a little bit more about the functional areas within the CCP.
Welcome Spring! Campus Security and Public Safety (CSPS) is preparing for the warmer temperatures and longer days. For CSPS that means that everyone will be enjoying the outdoors, including those visiting Gonzaga. With the warm temperatures, our local criminals will be out at all hours of the day and night. Here are some tips to help keep you and your property safe:
We are eager to welcome guests of our graduating seniors to celebrate academic achievement on May 6-8.
True to life in the Northwest, Spokane is absolutely wonderful to live in during the summertime (Queue Will Smith and DJ Jazzy Jeff’s “Summertime”).
Each fall, new students arrive at Gonzaga’s campus eager to begin the orientation process and their time as a Zag. For some students, the journey begins a few days earlier at one of our optional, fee-based Pre-Orientation Programs that take place before New Student Orientation Weekend.
Establishing Gonzaga University’s tartan, the “True Blue and White,” was the project of sixteen junior and senior students in Dr. Peggy Sue Loroz’s Marketing 490 Promotion Project class in the Spring of 2014. A vote to choose among three tartan designs was conducted within the entire Gonzaga community including students, alumni, faculty and staff, and friends of the university. After a total of over 3,000 votes, the final design was selected. It is a permanent trademark of the university, symbolizing its history and traditions through the various colors and design elements.