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center for student academic success (csas) LOCATION: Foley Library, Suite 122

E-MAIL: advise@gonzaga.edu

PHONE: (509) 313-4072 or (800) 965-9223

WEB: www.gonzaga.edu/csas

Among the many transitions you face coming to college, one of the most important will be in regards to your academics. College courses have higher expectations and it can be a bit overwhelming at first. Resources such as professors, advisors and the Office of Academic Advising and Assistance (AAA) are ready and eager to help you succeed.

class schedules

Advisors in AAA have been working all summer on your first-semester schedules. Combined, our advisors have nearly 25 years of advising experience at Gonzaga, a testament to our vast knowledge of degree requirements across curriculums. We use this knowledge, along with information that you provided to us via the Academic Interest Survey, to compose your first-semester schedule. Your classes will meet a variety of requirements, from University Core, to major and minor, and for some of you, elective credit. We guarantee everything you are registered for will count toward graduation, and will set you on the path to completing your degree in four years.

schedule changes

After you receive your first-semester schedule in August, we anticipate you may have questions or want to make a few changes. For detailed information regarding schedule changes, select schedule at www.gonzaga.edu/ froshregistration.

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advising at gonzaga

Grounded in the Jesuit idea of formation, academic advising at Gonzaga is an intentional partnership among students, advisors, and other university professionals to help students develop as reflective, responsible individuals rooted in Jesuit, Catholic and humanistic traditions. Academic advising at Gonzaga emphasizes shared responsibility, in which advisors provide information, perspective and guidance, and students evaluate, discern, and decide. Advisors strive to meet your needs at any given time throughout your Gonzaga career, in course planning, career development, research opportunities, or serving as a mentor. All new students will meet their assigned Academic Advisor for the first time during New Student Orientation.

We highly recommend that you do not buy textbooks until your class schedule is finalized.

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