Family – I am so blessed to call you my family. You guys are my people! Thank you for your constant love and support over the last 20 years. Without you I would not be able to call Gonzaga my second home.
As the parents of a Senior and Sophomore Zag we always look forward to the holidays when the whole family is home together. Thinking back to the first times our son and daughter came home from school we wanted to share our stories and experience in hopes that you can have the best of times with your student(s) when they first come back home from school.
As your student reflects on their experience, we encourage you to remind them that spring semester is a clean slate.
As this semester comes quickly toward its end, for many of your students, returning home is a light at the end of the tunnel of projects, papers and finals. At the same time, though, returning home can be a challenge, for both you and your student
Christmas break is coming up for your Zags, so what should students do to leave their Spokane homes for a few weeks?
Treks are career development and networking programs that create opportunities for students to connect with alumni and employers in key metropolitan areas across the country.
Did you know that a redesigned gonzaga.edu website is launching in January? If you use the website for news and information, you might want to read more about the exciting updates and new layout that will be featured on the new site.
All Zags must take a required set of courses as part of the University Core. The courses all students must take during their time at Gonzaga University are grounded in our institution’s Catholic, Jesuit and humanistic heritage and mission.
I arrived at Gonzaga in the fall of 2015 as a sophomore transfer student. At first, I felt behind the curve, missing out on the valuable first year experience that would have helped me to make friends, learn Zag traditions, and find my niche within the community.
As the Christmas break approaches, the Center for Global Engagement is preparing activities and events for students who will be on campus or in Spokane for the break.
In a few weeks, students will be traveling home for Christmas break. Some students, a few weeks later, will board a plane and travel even further away to their new home for the semester in a foreign country.
The holidays! What a great time to catch up with your student about their fall semester and to take a look at some upcoming financial related items.
Before you know it, your student will be home from the holidays! Along with their excitement and laundry, will likely come a request for a new meal plan.
We are soon approaching the winter break, where most students will be leaving us for about a month to be with their family and friends. Unfortunately, local thieves also know the students’ schedule.
Partnerships and collaboration can create such beautiful results. Such is the case with the newest position coming out of Housing and Residence Life and the area of DICE (Diversity, Inclusion, Community, Equity) – Social Justice Peer Educators. Social Justice Peer Educators will work collaboratively to support inclusive communities in the halls and on the larger campus by planning programs and events that deal primarily with diversity topics.
Living in Florence, I have been introduced to an entirely new world, new language and new forms of communication, and I am so fortunate to have been given the opportunity to experience this.
We celebrate various traditions throughout this Season of Light in the Hemmingson Center, and tip off our Advent Season with the traditional lighting of the Gonzaga Christmas Tree.
Spokane’s Riverfront Park is undergoing major renovations. One of the exciting additions to the park will open on December 8th.
The Spring 2018 Statement of Account will be available to view on CASHNet on December 11, 2017 for those students/families not currently participating in a monthly payment plan.