about IT. At Gonzaga, we strive to develop the whole person by cultivating students with strong skills in reflective and critical thought, lifelong learning and ethical discernment. College is often a time of beginning to navigate on your own while being presented with many opportunities, challenges and new experiences. Because of this, you are required to complete the online course “Think About It” prior to coming to campus. This course prepares you for the unique challenges and responsibilities of college life by examining the issues of drug and alcohol use, healthy relationships and sexual violence. You will receive information about how to access this online program in late July via your Zagmail account, and must complete the program prior to coming to campus by Aug. 24. If you have questions about “Think About It” or need help, please contact the Center for Cura Personalis at firstname.lastname@example.org or (509) 313-2227.
center for cura personalis PHONE: (509) 313-2227
The Center for Cura Personalis (CCP) exists to empower students to be their best selves. Cura Personalis means care for the whole person; and is a foundational approach of responding to the individual person in Jesuit tradition. The programs offered through CCP are non-clinical and engage students in prevention education as well as responding to the immediate needs of students in crisis.
wellness & prevention education
collegiate recovery community
sexual assault response team (sart)
The professional staff of this area partner with student peer educators to provide student-centered, harm reduction approaches to living a healthy and balanced life-style.
Case managers work one-on-one with students to support them through challenges by connecting them to on and off campus resources. This individualized attention promotes growth in self-advocacy and empowers students to navigate toward their own solutions. Case managers also work collaboratively across the institution to develop support plans that can provide a caring and seamless experience.
The mission of this program is to create a supportive environment that promotes healing and on-going support for students in recovery or those exploring sobriety.
SART is a group of faculty and staff who volunteer to provide support and resources to students immediately following an incident of sexual misconduct. SART is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and can be reached by calling (509) 313-2222 and asking for a SART Responder.
student health & counseling services LOCATION: 704 E. Sharp PHONE: (509) 313-4052 E-MAIL: email@example.com WEB: www.gonzaga.edu/healthandcounseling
Health & Counseling Services provides on-campus medical and mental health services. With a staff that includes board certified physicians, a psychiatrist, nurse practitioners, nurses, and counselors, our team is able to provide high quality care for all Gonzaga students in a confidential setting. Insurance