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ZAGS to new student orientation

table of contents O-Core Welcomes You ................................................................ 2 Getting Started as a ZAG .................................................... 4 Before You Get to Campus ..................................................... 5 Once You Get to Campus ....................................................... 6 Students: Schedule of Events ................................................ 6 Residence Life .......................................................................... 8 Textbooks ................................................................................ 10 Mail Services .......................................................................... 11 Academic Life .............................................................................. 12 Class Schedules & Schedule Changes ............................... 12 Academic Advice ............................................................ 12 Academic Calendar ................................................................ 15 Campus Resources..................................................................... 16 Dining ....................................................................................... 16 Helpful Offices........................................................................ 18 Campus Public Safety & Security........................................ 19 Get Involved ................................................................................. 20 Gonzaga Student Body Association .................................... 20 Campus Recreation ............................................................... 23 Center for Community Action & Service-Learning ........... 24 Unity Multicultural Education Center .................................. 27 University Ministry .......................................................... 29 Student Employment ............................................................. 30 Study Abroad .......................................................................... 31 A Message to Families .............................................................. 32 Parents & Families: Schedule of Events ............................. 32 Directory & Contact Information ........................................... 33

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o-core welcomes you... nancy carl Orientation Coordinator “My favorite spot on campus is the bench near PACCAR overlooking Spokane.” Major: Political Science, Class of ‘13

michael valentino Activities Manager “My favorite spot on campus is the Student Chapel on the third floor of College Hall.” Majors: Political Science & History, Class of ‘13

kayla davison Public Relations Manager

shannon hashiguchi Academics & Special Populations Manager

allyson binversie Small Group & Catering Manager

“My favorite spot on campus is sitting on the grass by Lake Arthur.” Majors: Public Relations & Sociology, Class of ‘13

“My favorite spot on campus is the second floor of the library because of its beautiful view of Spokane.” Major: Nursing, Class of ‘13

“My favorite spot on campus is the walk between PACCAR & the Rudolf Fitness Center that has my favorite view of downtown.” Major: Psychology, Class of ‘13

Orientation Core is a team of students dedicated to uniting the traditions of GU by planning New Student Orientation ’12 . Look for O-Core tips throughout this book. See you in August! (509) 313 - 68 38 Crosby Student Center, Room 200


welcome class of 2016! you will make in our tight-knit and involved community. There are many opportunities in academics, through clubs and organizations, athletics, and community service. Your experiences will challenge you and allow you to grow in mind, body, and spirit. At the end of four years, what will be your lasting, positive impact?

your summer read

The theme, “Unite in Tradition” is echoed in your required read, “They Come Back Singing,” written by Father Gary Smith. Fr. Smith is a Jesuit who helped transform communities by encouraging them to find the love of Christ and unite in traditions. He shares his stories of working with refugees in Uganda. Whether he is a guiding member of the community or joining in with the local traditions, he’s a force of positive energy who is willing to unite with others.

Your experience at Orientation will be the beginning of a new chapter as you start your journey as a Zag for life! This is a very special year for Gonzaga as it is the University’s 125th anniversary. Therefore, our theme for this year’s Orientation is “Unite in Tradition.” Orientation Core chose this theme to challenge you to unite with your fellow Zags and transform your future. Gonzaga undoubtedly has a lot of traditions that will make an impression on you and, as fellow Zags, we encourage you to create your own traditions. You are now part of a legacy. Students have come before you and left a part of themselves with Gonzaga, and students who come after you will do the same. This is your chance to transform your future. As Zags for life we are one community and all in this together. It is up to you what traditions you will become part of and what transformations

The Orientation Core team absolutely loved reading this book. We hope you finish the book feeling blessed and appreciative of the life you live and touched by the compassion Fr. Smith demonstrates when working with the refugees on a daily basis. “They Come Back Singing” will make you laugh – and cry – as you read the amazing stories of how communities can truly dig deep down to their roots and find those traditions that unite them. How will you take the themes from this book and live them out in your life? Professors incorporate the required read into class curricula, and we recommend you read the book before you get to campus so you don’t fall behind. Your pursuit to unite with others and transform your future during your time at Gonzaga starts with reading this book. Happy reading! – O-Core


UNITE! Don’t miss these special 125th Anniversary events. 125th Mass of the Holy Spirit (Wed., Sept. 12th, 11 a.m., St. Aloysius Church) Pilgrimage to Mission of the Sacred Heart (Sat., Sept. 15th, buses leave at 6:30 a.m.) Historic First Day – Campus Birthday BBQ (Mon., Sept. 17th, 4-6 p.m., Foley Lawn) Fall Family Weekend (Oct. 19th – 21st) National Gonzaga Day (TBD, Fall/Winter 2012-13)


getting started as a zag

before you get to campus

student id card

* * *

Pay for your mailbox (p. 11)

Student ID cards are essential to your life

Check your Zagmail account

on campus. In order to make the production

Make sure you take care of all e-mails from University departments

* * * * * * *

of new student ID cards go as smoothly as possible during Orientation and avoid standing in lines, the Office of Student

Send in a picture for your ID card

Accounts highly recommends that you send

Spend time with friends & family

them your picture before August 12th so

Check out the packing list (p. 8) Start packing early

that your student ID card will be ready for you when you arrive on campus. Please visit and

Plan hotel accommodations

follow the instructions under the “Student

Make travel arrangements

ID Card“ tab.

When you receive roommate information in August, say “hello” and coordinate with them so you don’t bring duplicates


If you are lofting your bed, order loft kits (p. 9)


If you aren’t buying a mini-fridge, or don’t want to store it over the summer, rent one from Crosby (p. 6)


Invite friends & family to Fall Family Weekend on October 19th – 21st


Ship any boxes to your MSC Box two weeks prior to Orientation

* *

Review your class schedule Make any changes to your class schedule before you arrive (p. 12)


Connect with incoming Zags at


Take a deep breath and get excited for an amazing Orientation


once you get to campus 1.

Go to the check-in table by your residence hall to get your room keys.



9 am – 4 pm

Park and unload; there will be student

Residence Hall Check-in

9 am – 4 pm

leaders around to help unload

Student Resource Fair

9 am – 12 pm


Tours (Find your Classes!)

1 pm – 4 pm

Small Group One

7 pm – 8 pm

Residence Hall Activities

8 pm – 11 pm

Fred Meyer Night

11 pm – 1 am

Move your car away from the close and unload. After you have brought your belongings

9 am – 4 pm

Student Resource Fair

10 am – 1 pm


12 pm – 4 pm

At the Orientation Station you will

Small Group Two

4:15 pm – 5 pm

receive your weekend itinerary,

Class of 2016 Dinner

5 pm – 7 pm

get activities tickets, and have any

Welcome Night

8 pm – 12 am

Station in front of Crosby to check in.

questions answered.


Saturday, August 25, 2012 Orientation Station Open

to your room, head to the Orientation


Friday, August 24, 2012 Orientation Station Open

residence hall so others can park


students: schedule of events

Sunday, August 26, 2012

When you get a chance, take a

President’s Reception

11 am – 1 pm

moment to go through the itinerary

Welcome Mass

1 pm – 2 pm

so you know what to expect over the

Parents Leave

3 pm

weekend and can plan accordingly.

Class of 2016 Photo

3:30 pm

Also have your parents review their

Small Group Three

4 pm – 5 pm

schedule on page 32.

Evening Events

7 pm – 12 am

Monday, August 27, 2012

refrigerator rentals

Academic Convocation

9:30 am

Location: Crosby

Academic Advisor/Dean Meetings

10:45 am – 12 pm

Phone: (509) 313-4097

Student Employment Fair

12 pm – 2 pm

The Crosby Student Center rents

Special Topics Meetings

1:15 pm – 2 pm

refrigerators on a first-come, first-served

Business Fair

1:15 pm – 3 pm

basis from August 1st to August 31st.

Small Group Four

2:15 pm – 3:30 pm

Costs per year are as follows:

Arts & Sciences Fair

3:45 pm – 5 pm

JAM Session (Just Ask Me)

5 pm – 6 pm

Welcome Dinner

6 pm – 7:15 pm

• Black mini refrigerator with freezer: $125*

Gonzaga Real World

7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

S’mores on the Shore

9 pm – 11 pm

• Brown mini refrigerator and microwave: $125*

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

• White mini refrigerator with freezer: $125*

Classes Begin!

* Rental prices include a $50 refundable deposit.

Refrigerators can be rented online by

Parent’s schedule is on page 32. The above schedule is subject to

visiting and

change. Look for an updated version on the Orientation Website.

following the “Refrigerator Rental”

The fully-detailed itineraries need to be picked up Friday morning,

tab beginning August 1st.

August 24th.


residence life what to bring... Necessities alarm clock bedding computer headphones extension cords power strips fan seasonal clothing school supplies shower caddy shower shoes towels toiletries laundry basket/bag detergent stain remover clothes hangers pictures of family & friends

Hard to Live without bathrobe bible/sacred writings bike & lock camera decorations poster putty removable adhesive strips dishware dry erase board mini-refrigerator mattress pad sewing kit skateboard workout attire storage boxes sleeping bag flashlight

Luxuries microwave stereo tv/dvd player cable cord coffee pot furniture extra lighting office chair iron/ironing board plants bed risers tools

Don't Bring pets candles weapons toasters hot plates


ethos statement: respect for oneself respect for others respect for property respect for authority honesty & integrity


Residence Life Phone: (509) 313-4103 E-mail: Your residence hall is more than a place to study and sleep. It’s a place where you meet, live and interact with fascinating people from interesting places; where you develop friendships; where you listen to music, read books, write papers, and discuss assignments with classmates. It is also where you begin learning to live in community with others. Through this, you will learn deeply about yourself, your

Many of the expectations revolve around

Storage – there is limited space

the use of alcohol, and the policies

in your rooms. Bringing only the

surrounding visiting others, hosting

necessities makes packing up at the

guests, and abiding by noise policies.

end of the year much easier. Decide,

These are just some of the guiding

for instance, whether you will really

factors in your GU story.

ride your bicycle frequently or only a

residence halls and roommate assignments

have laundry rooms with washers and dryers. Just bring your own detergent

received it already) gives you a tentative

and laundry supplies.

building assignment and other important

Kitchens – some halls have

residence life staff

information and confirm your housing

One of the first people you will meet is

assignment and roommate. Please pay

develop and ensure a sense of community and safety among hall residents. All residence halls and apartments have

August will provide you more specific

attention to communications directly from Housing as this is important information. Room assignments are a complicated process with 3,000 students in 20 residential communities. Give the Housing

Residence Life staff who live in the

Office some time to focus on the task.

buildings and supervise the overall

move-in reminders:

operation of the buildings. This includes overseeing student programs and activities, and promoting GU student expectations.

expectations Each student arriving at Gonzaga

Laundry – it’s free! Residence halls

The first e-mail in July (you may have

peers, and your environment.

who lives on your floor and helps to

is nice.

You will receive two e-mails from housing.

information. A second e-mail in early

your Resident Assistant (RA), a student

couple times when the weather

• Check the Orientation Website and your communications from Housing for details like parking and check-in times. • Bring a fan; it will be hot in August and most halls aren’t air-conditioned. • Stay hydrated!

“kitchenettes” that can be used by residents. However, most kitchen supplies are not provided. Roommates – remember that coming to college is a transition for everyone, so make sure you give your roommate a fair chance. When you receive roommate information in August, say “hello” and coordinate with them so you don’t bring duplicates. The University believes strongly that living in community (including with a roommate) gives students an opportunity to deeply get to know people of differing backgrounds and attitudes. This is intentional and we expect some of these experiences over the years you will be at GU

University is beginning to write the first

will be ones that prepare you to

chapter of his/her personal story. The

compete well in an increasingly global

preface for your life story was written by


your parents. The next chapter of your story will be written in the environment of a deep, rich, and lengthy story of Gonzaga University. Start thinking, now, about how you want your story to go! One area of immediate challenge is understanding the expectations Gonzaga University has of students in and out of the classroom. Our expectation is that you internalize our institutional values throughout your

Bunk & Loft Kits – most beds are bunkable, and Residence Life staff have the pins necessary if you wish to bunk. If you want to loft your bed so the space under it is empty, you need to reserve a loft kit because kits are limited. Please visit orientation and find the “Loft Kits and Bunk Beds” tab.

academic life and live by our expectations.


Zag Shop Location: COG, Lower Level Phone: (509) 313-6390


The Zag Shop is your on campus source for all of your course material needs. To help students and parents stay within budget, the Zag Shop strives to provide affordable course materials options – including new and used, print and digital textbooks for purchase or rent. Our most popular option is RentA-Text, Follett’s textbook rental program. Rent-A-Text saves students, on average, 50 percent or more compared to purchasing new without sacrificing the ability to highlight and take notes within the normal wear and tear associated with coursework. To register for the rental program or to learn more, visit We also offer a growing selection of digital textbooks, representing great savings and a much lighter backpack. Our CafeScribe digital textbook platform facilitates smarter learning by allowing students and professors to share notes and insights with one another in line with the text, as well as navigate content in easy, new ways with organizational tools that can be used to suit their individual study needs. CafeScribe even offers a three day “Try Now, Buy Later” free trial for digital textbooks. Try for three days, and buy the book later if you like the digital textbook


learning experience. To learn more visit This fall, the Zag Shop will also offer Inkling digital textbooks. Inkling titles include numerous features such as video, interactive assessments, animation, music, slideshows and 3D models. Students can purchase an entire Inkling textbook or choose to “Pick 3” – a cost-saving alternative that allows students to buy just three chapters for a fraction of the price of a full textbook.

how much should i expect to spend on textbooks? On average, you will spend about $500 on textbooks

The Zag Shop leverages online ordering

per semester. The cost

with in-store service to provide unmatched

is also dependent on

convenience and choice to students, faculty,

your course of study and

staff and alumni. Simply visit www.gonzagau.

availability of used books. to order your course materials online and have them shipped directly to you or choose in store pick up for even more savings.


How do I know what textbooks I need? The easiest way to find out – after you receive your class schedule in August – is to go to the and follow the “Books” tab. Professors assign textbooks as “optional text” or “required text.” However, it may be smarter to wait to buy your books if there is a possibility you will drop or add a class.

mail Services Mail Services Location: Lower Crosby Phone: (509) 313-5697 44¢

The Gonzaga Mailroom provides services that include receiving of packages/mail via USPS, Fed Ex and UPS. The Mailroom

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provides all services a US Postal substation does including receiving certified, insured, priority, express, first class and parcel letters and packages. In addition to shipping out packages the Mailroom sells mailing and packing materials. The Mailroom will be open on Saturday, August 25th and Sunday, August 26th for Orientation but is normally closed weekends during the academic year. The Mailroom is also closed on all Gonzaga University holidays. Undergraduate students living on campus MUST have a mailbox (called an “MSC Box”) in order to receive packages and mail. Mail cannot be delivered to residence halls or apartments. There is ABSOLUTLY NO SHARING OF MAILBOXES due to security reasons. Packages may be shipped starting August 1st. Once you arrive on campus, come to the Crosby Center to pick up your key and your packages. When you have a package to pick up, there will be a slip from Mail Services in your mailbox. Just bring this slip to the Mailroom to claim your package.


Avoid long lines by paying for your mailbox using CASHNET at

class schedules


You will receive an e-mail in early August

Orientation staff will provide

notifying you when your official schedule

you with the name and location

will be available for viewing.

of your advisor on the Monday

Schedules are composed by the Office of

of Orientation, prior to the pre-

Academic Advising and Assistance for all incoming first-semester students, which includes all freshmen and any student directly out of high school, regardless of

assigned advisor meetings. During this time you can get to know your advisor, discuss your academic plans, and review your class

transfer credits.


Advisors will then compose a schedule for

Classes are chosen based on these

The Office of Academic Advising and Assistance Location: College Hall 104 E-mail: Phone: (509) 313-4072 Toll free: (800) 965-9223

requirements, along with the interests

Among the many transitions you

and likes you requested in an online

face coming to college, one of the

registration questionnaire.

most noticeable will be with your

you consistent with a four year graduation path, meeting University and College/ School core, as well as requirements for your selected major course of study.

schedule changes

academics. College courses have higher expectations and, with your

Tuesday, Aug. 2nd – Friday, Aug. 10th

future on the line, it can be a lot to

This is your first opportunity to work

take in, but you don’t have to face

with your freshman registration advisor

these challenges alone. Resources

regarding your official course schedule,

such as professors, advisors, and

and to request changes.

the Office of Academic Advising

Orientation Weekend, Aug. 24th &

and Assistance are eager to help

25th This is your second opportunity to

you succeed. To facilitate an easier

request changes to your schedule, with an

transition, there will be an academic

academic advisor. You must be present to

information session on Saturday

request changes. We recommend that you

during Orientation. Monday,

do not buy textbooks before your class

August 27th, signifies the start of

schedule is finalized.

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Take advantage of your professor’s office hours; you have no idea how helpful professors can be!

Residence Halls Open (New Students)

Friday, August 24 – Saturday, August 25

Residence Halls Open (Returning Students)

Sunday, August 26

New Student Orientation

Friday, August 24 – Monday, August 27

Monday ONLY Classes Begin

Monday, August 27

Classes Begin

Tuesday, August 28

Labor Day Holiday

Monday, September 3

Last Day to Add Classes

Wednesday, September 5

Last Day to Drop Classes

Friday, September 7

Founder’s Day Holiday

Monday, October 15

Fall Family Weekend

Friday, October 19 – Sunday, October 21

Mid-semester Grades Due in Registrar’s Office

Wednesday, October 23

Last Day to Withdraw from a Course

Friday, November 9

Thanksgiving Holiday

Wednesday, November 21 – Friday, November 23

Reading/Study Days

Saturday, December 8 – Monday, December 10

Semester Examinations

Tuesday, December 11 – Friday, December 14

Christmas Holiday Begins

Friday, December 19

Spring Semester 2013 Residence Halls Open

Sunday, January 13

Classes Begin

Tuesday, January 15

Martin Luther King Holiday

Monday, January 21

Last Day to Add Classes

Wednesday, January 23

Last Day to Drop Classes

Friday, January 25

President’s Day Holiday

Monday, February 18

Spring Vacation

Monday, March 11 – Friday, March 15

Mid-semester Grades Due in Registrar’s Office

Tuesday, March 12

Last Day to Withdraw from a Course

Friday, March 28

Good Friday Holiday

Friday, March 29

Easter Holiday

Monday, April 1

Reading/Study Days

Saturday, May 4 – Friday, May 6

Semester Examinations

Tuesday, May 7 – Friday, May 10

Undergraduate Commencement

Sunday, May 12


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Zag Dining by Sodexo Location: COG, Third Floor Phone: (509) 313-6906 Twitter: @zagdining Dining services are provided by Zag Dining by Sodexo and offer a variety of options. The Marketplace is the main restaurant on campus, located on the second floor of the COG. It’s an all-you-care-to-eat location with lots of fresh and made-toorder fare including sandwiches, soups and salads, vegetarian and vegan, and international cuisines. Another dining option, Marketplace Express, is located in Cataldo and offers more limited all-you-careto-eat menu for lunch Monday through Thursday. Dining Dollars come with every meal plan and can be used like a debit card at all on-campus dining locations, in addition to being used to buy meals at the Marketplace & Marketplace Express. A Bulldog Bucks account can also be a great supplement to your meal plan. Bulldog Bucks can be used like a debit card at all campus locations and several participating “offcampus” locations as well.


Zag Dining also has 15 retail locations on campus such

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as coffee shops, grills, cafés,

smoothie bars, concessions

during athletic events, and a

convenient store called the

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LoCro Market located on the lower level of Crosby. Every

Pete’s Pizza Pita Pit

dining location on campus

accepts Dining Dollars, Bulldog

Bucks, cash and credit.

A Registered Dietician and

Executive Chef are always

available to assist with any dietary needs and allergies. All of our Marketplace menus and nutrition facts are online every day and updated on Facebook.


Chili’s Taco Time entine Square Pizza Oven (Clem uare) and RiverPark Sq

Taco Del Mar tions) d Grill (Both Loca • Aloha Islan (Division and • Froyo Earth ) Clemetine Square ) lementine Square • Bruchi’s (C Square) orks (Clementine • Noodle W ake Shack ’s – Burger and Sh • Rusty Roof

campus resources

Helpful offices Health Center Location: 704 East Sharp Phone: (509) 313-4052 The Student Health Center is the University’s medical facility. The Center is staffed by a family practice physician, a nurse practitioner, registered nurses, and medical assistants. To access health care quickly and easily, you can phone ahead for an appointment or simply walk in. Registered nurses provide initial consultation and either provide the necessary care or refer you to the physician or nurse practitioner. In some cases, students are referred to an off-campus health provider. Flu Shots in Green Room, Crosby

and issues related to career discernment.

(aka “G+”) are available to talk with fellow

This may include uncertainty about a career

students in confidence about a wide range

major, stress and anxiety related to career

of issues.

decision making, and worries about future job and professional opportunities.

Student Wellness Resource Center

All interactions between students and

(SWRC)” and “G+ Gonzaga”. Stop by

counselors are strictly confidential and

and see us anytime!

are not subject to disclosure without a student’s specific permission. If a student is at risk of harm to self or others, confidentiality may be broken for safety purposes.

U.S. Bank Location: Crosby Phone: (509) 325-7027 Open your account during Orientation Weekend at the Gonzaga branch so you

We want your experience here to be one of

don’t miss out on special offers for GU

connection and enjoyment which will result

students. Or, contact us today for a head

in you feeling successful on many levels at

start. Open Orientation Weekend Friday,

college. We encourage you to contact us if

August 24th – Saturday, August 25th

you have any questions or concerns.

from 8 am – 5 pm, as well as, Sunday,

Friday, August 24th, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Student Wellness Resource Center Location: 1111 North Cincinnati E-mail: Phone: (509) 313-5921

Saturday, August 25th, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

At the Student Wellness Resource Center

Friday, August 24th, 8:00 am – 12:00 pm

Check us out on Facebook at “Gonzaga

August 27th from 9 am – 4 pm.

(SWRC) we keep it ”REAL“ with Relevant

Disability Resources, Education & Access Management (DREAM) Location: Foley Center, Room 203 E-mail: Phone: (509) 313-4134

Education for Authentic Living – providing

Disability Resources, Education &

you with the information you need to

Access Management (DREAM) provides

be a healthy and happy student. We’re

additional services to Gonzaga University’s

here to support your efforts to maintain

programs, services, activities, and facilities

When you come to campus there are

and improve your personal well-being

for qualified students with disabilities, in

many adjustments to make. We are happy

while promoting the health of the entire

compliance with federal and state laws.

to provide you with support through

Gonzaga community.

DREAM may arrange or provide academic

Saturday, August 25th, 8:00 am – 12:00 pm Flu Shots in Health Center

Counseling Center Location: 324 East Sharp E-mail: Phone: (509) 313-4054

counseling and consultation. Sometimes it helps just knowing there is a safe place and people available to you so you can ask questions and talk about how you are feeling about your college experience.

The SWRC offers programs and services that promote healthy lifestyle choices and serves as a resource center for students on a variety of wellness issues. We offer

adjustments, accommodations, auxiliary aids, assistive technology, facilitation and other types of assistance for students with disabilities.

fun and interesting workshops, one-on-

Please contact DREAM if you have,

The Counseling Center provides both

one meetings, and host popular social

or suspect you have, a disability that

personal and career counseling. Counselors

events like “Real World: Gonzaga,” which

can help with: depression, anxiety, identity

takes place during Orientation Weekend.

issues, previous trauma, homesickness, grief and loss, sexuality, sleep problems, stress, eating disorders, anger, adjusting to a new living situation, and referrals for medication assessment and management. Counselors can also help with questions

Our department is student-centered,


meaning that students, supported by our professional staff, serve you by providing guidance, education, resources, referrals and other opportunities. Peer educators

Attend the annual Freshmen Italian Soda Social, Sept. 5th from 4 pm 6 pm, on the steps of Crosby.


security officers are present on campus 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, year round. Campus Public Safety & Security Location: Welch Hall, Lower Level Phone: (509) 313-2222 Blog: Twitter: ZagCampo The Campus Public Safety and Security (CPS&S) Department is a service-

Logan neighborhood adjacent to GU. Additionally, the Gonzaga Student Body Association offers a “safe ride” with a local taxi company. See page 20.

safety, security, education, and personal

increases away from campus. Students


should take particular note that nearly all

of the campus and University areas designed to detect and deter crime and facilitate a safe environment for the members of our community. Patrols in and

of the assaults reported to Security last year took place off-campus between 11 pm and 3 am on the weekends. Students are encouraged to avoid walking through the neighborhood during late night hours and to utilize Security escorts.

around the residence halls are a priority.

Bikes: We strongly recommend a

Officers respond to a variety of incidents

high quality U-type lock and strongly

on campus including fire alarms, medical

discourage cable and chain locks.

calls, and reports of criminal activity.

CPS&S sells high quality U-type locks

CPS&S officers work in conjunction requires accommodation. For Orientation

with Residence Hall staff, University

Weekend, students or parents with a

administration, and local police to seek

disability who require auxiliary aid services

compliance with and enforcement of

or other accommodations should call by

Gonzaga policies, state laws, and

August 1st.

local ordinances.

The Career Center Location: Upper Crosby E-mail: Phone: (509) 313-4234

Security Dispatch: A CPS&S

We assist students and alumni with their

assistance or report suspicious persons

career development by providing training

or circumstances. There are also phones

and opportunities that are consistent with

indicated by blue lights around campus

their interests, skills and values. Drop

that can be used in emergencies.

a mentor. Register for a Trek.

campus, as well as a portion of the

Neighborhood: The risk of crime

Security officers provide proactive patrol

Resumania (with free pizza). Sign up for

a security escort to any area on

oriented organization that promotes

Patrol: Campus Public Safety and

by our office during open hours or for

Rides: CPS&S officers can provide

Communications Center is staffed by security dispatchers 24/7. Community members are encouraged to call security at (509) 313-2222 to request

Parking & Permits: First-year students may purchase parking permits. However, many freshmen choose not to, as there is not a great need and parking is very limited. Student parking permits are $95 per year and are purchased in the CPS&S office. Parking enforcement is conducted year-round.

at a discounted price to students. Some residence halls have bike storage – contact your RA or RD as soon as you arrive to arrange access. Visit the CPS&S Website or office at Welch Hall to register your bike. Policies, Rules, & Expectations: The Student Handbook contains important information about policies, rules, and expectations. Take some time to look over the Handbook and become familiar with the information. The alcohol, drug, and weapons policies are particularly important. Avoid bringing items to campus that are prohibited. Stay Informed: Preventing crime is a team effort involving all Gonzaga community members. Our goal is to share accurate information in a timely manner with our community regarding crime, crime prevention, and campus security and safety issues. In doing so, our hope is that this education will help each of us to make good decisions regarding our own personal safety and the safety of others.


Gonzaga Student Body Association Location: Upper Crosby Phone: (509) 313-5824 The Gonzaga Student Body Association (GSBA) welcomes all new students. As your student government, GSBA is here to serve you. The GSBA Website,, provides useful links, weekly updates regarding events and news on campus, information about our services, and advice on how to get involved. Clubs and Organizations: One of the best ways to get involved at Gonzaga is by joining one of the many student clubs and organizations on campus. We have over 90 registered clubs and organizations representing a wide variety of interests including academics, arts, awareness, culture, sports, religion, service, recreation, hobbies, politics, and honors societies. Our clubs are studentled and sponsor a variety of events for the Gonzaga community throughout the school year. Joining a club is a great way to continue a life-long passion, meet people with common interests, or learn and do something new and different. Gonzaga Activities Board (GAB): This programming arm of GSBA offers activities such as dances, speakers, concerts, weekend events, film screenings, performing artists, a series of free “Coffeehouse” shows, and discounted tickets to events throughout the community. GAB is also responsible


for three week-long events: Fall-Fest, Homecoming, and Spring Bling. GAB has a Street Team of approximately 25 students who help plan, promote, and facilitate events with GAB. The GAB provides a great opportunity to be directly involved with on-campus programming and learn about how GSBA works. Elections: Get involved in a GSBA leadership role! Elections for class officers (Freshman Class President and Vice President) and Freshmen Senators will be held in early fall. Applications for the GAB Street Team are available as well. There are also positions on the GSBA President’s Council who are appointed to various University committees as active voting student representatives. Joining student government is a great way to get connected, meet new people and make a positive difference at our school. Questions about these positions or ways to get involved are welcome! Call the GSBA office or e-mail the Chief of Staff at Readership Program: GSBA offers free New York Times and Spokesman Review newspapers to all GU students. Get yours at several campus locations every academic day. Safe Ride: Need a ride to get you home from a compromising situation? Or a safe ride back to campus or your residence? It’s on us! To use this service, have your student ID ready and call Spokane Cab at (509) 568-8000.

get involved

Leadership Resourc e Center Location: Crosby, Ro om 10 0 Phone: (509) 313-415 6

The Leadership Resourc e Center engages and supports all students who comprise Gonzaga’ s Community of Leaders. We develop practical leadership and experien tial learning skills through specialized workshops, guest speakers, and me ntoring. Our office is the perfect pla ce to help you connect with variou s leadership opportunities.


Check out This site encompasses involvement opportunities including: clubs,

Of fice of Student Ac tivities Location: Upper Cros by Phone: (509) 313-612 3

This office provides sup port, guidance, and resource s to many of the organizations you will read about in this booklet. If you’re unsure how to get involved, our off ice is a great place to visit. Come in and say “hi” to find out how we can help.

organizations, club sports, and honor societies.


campus recreation

Intramural Sports Offered Fall 2012 Freshmen Games Fall Soccer Flag Football Volleyball 6’s Fall Triathlon Challenge 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament Dodge Ball Badminton Swim Meet Racquetball Tournament Pre-Season Basketball Classic Spring 2013 Basketball Spring Soccer Ultimate Frisbee Handball Tournament Bench Press Competition Volleyball 4’s Pickle Ball March Madness Events Softball Spring Triathlon Challenge Home Run Derby


The Rudolf Fitness Center Location: The Martin Centre, First Floor Phone: (509) 313-4200

The Intramural Office also offers job opportunities for students who are interested in becoming a scorekeeper, official, office worker, or student

Get fit in the 38,000 sq. ft. facility with cardiovascular and weight areas containing a full line of Olympic benches, dumbbells, Hammer Strength equipment, treadmills, ellipticals, rowers, versa-climbers, bikes, and steppers. There are 14 televisions

supervisor. Intramurals has 20 Federal Work Study positions and hires Institutional (paid, non-Work Study) staff as needed. No previous officiating experience is required, but it is preferred. The Intramural Office provides training sessions that assist staff in developing

to watch while you work out, each

the skills and abilities needed in all of

capable of broadcasting to separate radio frequencies, so you can listen on headphones. Also available are racquetball courts, aerobics rooms, three full basketball and volleyball courts, an indoor running track, a six lane swimming pool, daily or rentable lockers, and a smoothie

the sports offered. The Intramural Office strives to assist the staff in gaining

Fitness Center is open throughout the

intramural and intercollegiate programs.

year and is for use exclusively by students,

Basketball, lacrosse, and volleyball are

staff, faculty, and spouses.

among the many club sports currently

Intramurals has become one of the largest and most involved student programs on

such as rafting, hiking, or skiing trips are offered to students on a regular basis throughout the school year. Gonzaga Outdoors also offers various educational workshops addressing skills and safety.

independent outdoor enthusiast by

alternative, bridging the gap between

organized and fun sporting events. GU

recreation. Guided outdoor excursions

coordination, and responsibility.

training, Pilates, X-biking, and Zumba. The

to participate and socialize in safe,

participating in and learning about outdoor

Gonzaga Outdoors seeks to aid the

Club Sports are designed as an athletic

Intramurals has opportunities for everyone

is a resource for students interested in

In addition to low-cost guided adventures,

classes such as yoga, TRX suspension

Play to win, or just play for fun! Gonzaga

Office, the Gonzaga Outdoors program

communication, decision making, event

Fitness Center offers non-credit fitness

Intramurals E-mail: Phone: (509) 313-3977

As an outreach of the Student Activities

valuable experience in leadership,

Club Sports E-mail: Phone: (509) 313-6123

bar. During the academic year, the Rudolf

Gonzaga Outdoors Location: Lower Crosby E-mail: Phone: (509) 313-4189

providing trip planning information and a variety of equipment for rent at very reasonable rates.

offered. The basic philosophy and key to the success of the programs is student involvement in their coordination and administration. We place emphasis on participation in competition, as well as offering students the opportunity to be recognized as collegiate athletes while competing against other universities. Students organize each club and select coaches who volunteer their services.

campus. The GU Intramurals program has also been cited in the Princeton Review as being ranked No. 6th nationally for “Everyone Plays Intramural Sports.”


Freshmen Games are designed to introduce the “ins and outs” of Intramurals. Intramurals offers 22 sports and events throughout the school year and more information can be found on the Website.


center for community Center for Community Action & Service-Learning Location: 617 East Boone Avenue Phone: (509) 313-6824 The Center for Community Action and Service-Learning (CCASL) is a department within the division of Student Life at Gonzaga with a mission of “developing

Homeless Outreach – supports the

the homeless, work at construction

homeless population in the Spokane

sites, focus on environmental work, or

Community and raises awareness in

participate in a Native American cultural

the GU community. Homeless outreach


oversees Food For Thought, which is an

Spring Break Spokane – serves and

annual dinner where homeless and low income families can connect over a meal with community members.

builds relationships with the refugee population in Spokane during Spring Break. Currently, Spokane is home to

student leaders with an ethic of service

Just Desserts – is a social justice series

refugees from Afghanistan, Burma,

and a life-long thirst for social justice.”

that provides a forum for students, faculty,

Bhutan, Burundi, Cuba, Eritrea, Iraq,

You can participate in a variety of

and staff to engage in open dialogue

Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Liberia, Russia,

programs that help the community,

about pertinent social justice issues and

Rwanda, Somalia, Sudan, Turkey, Ukraine,

while at the same time forming lifelong

encourages civic action in the community.

Uzbekistan, Vietnam, and others.

friendships. CCASL’s programs are

Recycled Notebooks – is an

student-developed and led, providing

environmentally sustainable project run

mentoring and tutoring:

opportunities to get involved in three

by CCASL. We take one-sided white

distinct ways:

paper and unrecyclable product boxes

co-curricular programs:

to create truly unique notebooks. Zags Encouraging Student & Senior Togetherness (ZESST) – is a senior

By far, the most popular of service projects at Gonzaga, our award-winning mentoring and tutoring programs provide guidance for elementary and middle school youth in Spokane. Earthbound – is a program that takes GU

April’s Angels – is a one-day Gonzaga

citizen outreach program that works

community event in April that offers

with the elderly at Maplewood Gardens

resources and time to provide critical

assisted living in the Logan Neighborhood.

to run after-school activities that are fun Gonzaga Athletes Mentoring for

Campus Kitchens – provides meals for

service immersion programs:

different organizations and underprivileged

Justice in January – is a service

members of our community each week

immersion program that uses the

from the overflow of food at Sodexo’s

framework of the Social Change Model

on-campus dining facilities. Student

to best understand ourselves, our group

volunteers prepare, serve, and/or deliver

of GU students, and the community in

Project Eye to Eye – is a one-on-one

valuable food.

which we will serve. JIJ takes place

mentoring program that pairs Gonzaga

Gonzaga University Specialized

during the last week of Christmas break,

students who have a learning disability

Recreation (GUSR) – provides

and will work with immigrant populations

or ADHD with middle school students

recreational activities, care, and support

in Arizona and California, as well as other

who have the same or a similar disability.

for developmentally disabled adults in

service activities.

Activities are focused around college

the Spokane Community. They oversee

Mission:Possible – takes over a hundred

programs such as the Special Olympics,

GU students to ten different cities across

two plays during the semester, basketball,

the United States during Spring Break.

bowling, dance parties, and The Way of

Each site has a different service focus,

the Heart Retreat.

for example, some sites serve alongside

repairs for our low-income neighbors in the Logan Neighborhood.


student volunteers to local middle schools and environmentally educational. Excellence (GAME) – uses athletics and social interactions to increase the selfesteem and resilience of its middle school youth. It’s just like teaching physical education classes!

students and youth doing art projects and getting to know one another!

action & service-learning Self-Esteem Mentors Increasing Life’s Excitement (SMILE) – provides hourly sessions in which Gonzaga volunteers play games and teach positive lessons to elementary school youth. Zag Study Buddies – builds relationships between Gonzaga students and children from a variety of Spokane public schools through after-school tutoring. Campus Kids – is a campus-based one-on-one mentoring program designed to help children grades 4-6 succeed in academics and relationship building. Each year Gonzaga students volunteer as mentors and are matched with at-risk youth from five local elementary schools. Connections – is a one-on-one mentoring program that pairs Gonzaga students with 7th and 8th graders at Shaw and Garry Middle Schools for mentoring and relationship-building purposes. It was developed to promote academic success and reduce the high school dropout rate.


Visit CCASL’s Open House and BBQ from 11 am to 2 pm on Friday, August 31st.

unity multicultural

education center

join the umec facebook group and follow us on twitter: #umeczags

“Valuing human

Our mission is to provide educational

Multicultural Honor Society (MCHS) –

opportunities that cultivate mindfulness,

promotes high scholarship, an

intercultural development and support

appreciation for scholarly work and

the benefits of a pluralistic and inclusive

academic endeavors of others, recognizes

environment. Throughout the year, we

leadership and service, and values human

provide several innovative programs and

difference. Membership is selective and

activities that honor and affirm the value

nominees must have completed at least

of human difference and encourage the

45 credits with a minimum of 3.2 GPA.

development of self-knowledge, self-

Emphasis is placed on identifying and

acceptance, a restless curiosity, a desire

recognizing students from traditionally

for truth, a mature concern for others, and

underrepresented populations at Gonzaga.

justice that supports equity and inclusion.

Chi-Urban Excursion – is an alternative

umec has several popular initiatives that benefit students, including:

spring break educational immersion

Building Relationships in Diverse

on multiple world views relative to race,

Gonzaga Environments (BRIDGE) –

religion, class, and more for those who

is a pre-orientation program designed to assist students from multicultural and/ or first generation backgrounds with a

difference starts with you.”

smooth transition to Gonzaga and the Spokane community. The Summer BRIDGE program compliments the New Student Orientation Program by exposing participants and their families to valuable networks and campus resources. Many volunteer leadership opportunities exist in BRIDGE after your first year, so get involved!

that allows students to gain practical knowledge outside of the classroom setting about the realities of diversity in an urban environment in the heart of Chicago. This unique trip provides insights

choose to embark upon the journey! UMEC is constantly developing programs. Please check with us to see what we are doing. Have an idea? Come visit us and share your thoughts with our staff! Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Resource Center Location: Upstairs in UMEC E-mail: Phone: (509) 313-5847 The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and

Unity Multicultural Education Center Location: 709 East Desmet, Across from the COG E-mail: Phone: (509) 313-5836

Leadership, Education, Academic

Transgender Resource Center (LGBT) is

Development, Success Skills (LEADS) –

located upstairs in UMEC. It is dedicated

is a first-year experience mentoring

to educating the campus on issues faced

initiative designed to support a diverse

by the LGBT community both on- and

population of students, including

off-campus. The LGBT Resource Center

Unity Multicultural Education Center

those who are first-generation. LEADS

provides support, fosters awareness, and

(UMEC) can be your home away from

participants are connected with a peer

develops educational programs focused

home, a cozy study haven, or simply an

mentor as well as a faculty or staff

on LGBT issues. The center also provides

inviting space just to relax, laugh and

member their entire first year. These

a student lounge and meeting place with a

build friendships. UMEC welcomes

relationships have proven to be positive

computer station for studying.

everyone to build community –

catalysts in enhancing academic

regardless of their background.

persistence and campus engagement. Want a mentor? Explore LEADS!


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students to On-going with other k e e w a e nd s. Meet onc t new frie h an d m e e it fa r u o y share

university ministry

University Ministry Location: Crosby, Main Floor Phone: (509) 313-4242

ad majorem dei gloriam

University Ministry’s mission is to

glory of God.” The spirit of generous

Freshmen Retreat weekends

support the faith development of all

excellence in which all ministry and study

create unforgettable memories,

students and to empower them to live

is engaged.

foster friendships, and bring

out God’s love in the world. In particular,

you even closer to yourself. Sign

we provide resources for spiritual

up early because this popular

growth and fellowship through retreats,

retreat fills up fast. There are

service projects, liturgies, Taize, music

five weekends to choose from:

ministry, Christian Life Communities


1. September, 28 – 30, 2012 2. October, 12 – 14, 2012 3. October, 26 – 28, 2012 4. November, 30 – Dec. 2, 2012 5. February, 1 – 3, 2013

Also known by the abbreviation AMDG, is the motto of the Society of Jesus. In English, the motto means “To the greater

(CLCs), spiritual direction, residence hall programs, and more. These activities offer students a more mature understanding of Gonzaga’s Jesuit and Catholic identity as well as a deeper respect for other religious traditions.


Student Employment

Student Employment Office Location: College Hall, Room 126 E-mail: Phone: (509) 313-6587

state work study

Besides earning money to help

Eligibility for SWS is based on

pay for college, working teaches

financial need as determined by the

students a lot about how to become

FAFSA and is awarded only to eligible

better organized and able to prioritize

Washington state residents. Students

the varying demands of college life.

are encouraged to visit Student

Having a job can also be an important

Employment to discuss job locations if

part of the Gonzaga experience as

transportation is a concern.

it often enhances what is taught in the classroom and prepares students for their career after graduation. Working is a fact of life. On-campus employment can help you hone in on a career you enjoy.

federal work study Federal Work Study (FWS) is an on-campus employment program funded by both federal funds and Gonzaga matching funds. Eligibility for FWS is based on financial need (as determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA) and is typically awarded to eligible freshmen and non-

State Work Study (SWS) is an offcampus employment program funded by state and employer funds.

• A list of SWS jobs will be available August 7th on the Website.

institutional Institutional positions are on-campus jobs funded entirely through a department’s budget. They may be difficult to find, especially for the entering student, but any enrolled Gonzaga student is eligible to apply for these positions. Since departments do

To learn about many jobs, attend the Student Employment On-Campus Job Fair on Monday, August 27th from 12 – 2

not necessarily post their job openings

pm in Cataldo Hall.

with the Student Employment Office,

Please bring these original

you may want to contact departments

documents with you in order

directly to check on available positions.

to complete your on-campus

• You may request an e-mailed list

hiring paperwork:

Washington state residents. Your

of Institutional jobs by e-mailing

• In order to complete the I-9 and W-4

FWS job is an opportunity to earn beginning

hiring forms that are required for all

money that can be put toward school

August 13th.

first-time workers, students must

tuition or monthly living expenses. how this money will be used.

steps to getting an on-campus job

• A list of FWS jobs will be available

Community Job Board

Families are encouraged to discuss

present one of the following original documents: unexpired passport, original social security card, or birth certificate. Copies cannot be accepted.

August 13th at

Area individuals and businesses


looking to hire Gonzaga students

so bring your bank information,

may post their part-time jobs at

including your account and routing



• All students are paid by Direct Deposit,

Study abroad

• Ecuador

• Ireland

• South Korea

• Benin

• El Salvador

• Italy

• Spain

• Beijing

• England

• Japan

• Taiwan

• China

• France

• Mexico

• Turks & Caicos

• Colombia

• Gonzaga-in-Florence

• Netherlands

• Zambia

• Gonzaga-in-Paris

• Scotland

• and more…

• Australia

• Costa Rica

O-CORE TIP: Study Abroad Location: 323 East Boone Avenue E-mail: Phone: (509) 313-3549 Go abroad, ZAGS! Your freshman year is a good time to start researching where you want to go, when you want to go, and the length of time you want to study abroad. Visit the Study Abroad Office

two professors well so that when you apply to study abroad in the beginning of your sophomore year, you will know whom to ask to write your academic

If you choose to study abroad,

recommendations. Besides having a

start researching now so you

qualifying GPA, students are required to

can plan when to take certain

have conduct clearance from the Student Life Office before they will be accepted


for study abroad.

to talk to an advisor about your options. Meet with your academic advisor during your freshman year to share your plan to study abroad, so they can help you plan your coursework and save classes that will be offered abroad. During your freshman year, get to know at least


A message to families We know that sending your student off to college can be a unique journey. The Orientation Core team (O-Core) provides this booklet to help your student and your family navigate this important transition.

parents & families: schedule of events Friday, August 24, 2012 Check into Parent & Family Station

9 am – 4 pm

Residence Hall Check-in

9 am – 4 pm

In addition to this booklet, your student

Resource Fair

10 am – 2 pm

will receive all necessary information

Campus Tours

1 pm – 4 pm

the Orientation website (

Presidential Address to Parents & Families

8 pm – 9 pm

orientation), and via direct communications

Fred Meyer Night

11 pm – 1 am

about Orientation from the newsletters,

from University departments. We encourage you to empower your student

Saturday, August 25, 2012 Check into Parent & Family Station

9 am – 4 pm

Resource Fair

9 am – 11 am

Parent & Family Info Sessions (Helping with the Transition)

10 am – 4 pm

Parent & Family BBQ Lunch

12 pm – 2 pm

Parent & Family Dessert with the Deans

6:30 pm – 8 pm

With Orientation Weekend fast approaching, we hope that you have already made travel

Zag Spots Downtown

8 pm – 12 am

to deal with any of the obstacles they face at college. Rather than solving their problems for them, simply be there to provide guidance and support. If you need additional help, our Parent & Family Office is here to help.

plans and arranged for accommodations during your stay, as area hotels fill up fast. We look forward to meeting your student and your family during Orientation. Enjoy your summer! – O-Core and the Parent & Family Office

Sunday, August 26, 2012 President’s Reception

11 am – 1 pm

Welcome Mass

1 pm – 2 pm

Parent & Family Good-byes

3 pm

Parent & Family Office Location: Crosby, Main Floor Phone: (509) 313-4154

You and your family are invited to Fall Family Weekend (FFW). FFW will be jam-packed with

2012 fall family weekend (friday, october 19thsunday, october 21st)


families, did you know...

great events: a chance for your family to learn about your academic life at Gonzaga, a

…that Gonzaga has an office just for you?

fun-filled weekend of activities,

Visit the Parent & Family Office Website at

and entertainment for the whole and visit their booth

family. Registration information

during Orientation. There are specific events

will be mailed home in August.

planned for families such as a Dessert with the

Visit for

Deans, the President’s Reception, a Parent &

more details.

Family Orientation and more.

campus phone directory ***** Area Code 509 – Prefix 313 ***** Academic Advising & Assistance........................ x4072 Admission............................................................ x6572 Athletics .............................................................. x4202 Bookstore ............................................................ x6390 Campus Dining (Sodexo) ..................................... x6906 Career Center ...................................................... x4234 Counseling Center ............................................... x4054 Crosby Student Center ........................................ x4097 Disabilities Support Services (DREAM) .............. x4134 Financial Aid ........................................................ x6582 Health Center ...................................................... x4052 Hogan Entrepreneurial Leadership Program ....... x3405 Honors Program .................................................. x6701 Housing & Residence Life ................................... x4103 International Student Program ............................ x6563 Library – Foley ..................................................... x5931 Mail Services ....................................................... x5697 Orientation Office ............................................. x6838 Parent & Family Programs................................... x4154 Parking................................................................. x6147 Plant Services...................................................... x5656 Rudolf Fitness Center.......................................... x4200 Security ............................................................... x2222 Student Accounts ................................................ x6812 Student Activities ................................................ x6123 University Ministry .............................................. x4242 Pre-Orientation Programs GOOB Program ................................................... x4189 Reality Camp Program ....................................... x6824 BRIDGE Program ................................................ x5836 If you have any questions or concerns, we welcome them with an answer! (50 9) 313- 6 8 38 If you are on campus over the summer, come visit us in Crosby Student Center, Room 200. Photos by Rajah Bose, Jennifer Raudebaugh. Historic photos courtesy of University Archives.

(509) 313 - 6 8 72 Crosby Student Center, Room 200

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