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ITINERARY Parent & Family Orientation 2018

Friday, August 24th - Sunday, August 26th


TABLE of CONTENTS 3Welcome Letter

12-13Morning Info Sessions

4-5Campus Map

14-15Afternoon Info Sessions

6Orientation Tips

16Lunch With Your Zag

7Weekend Overview

17Off-Campus Dining

8Office Hours

18-19On-Campus Dining

9Friday Schedule

20Local Zag Spots

10Saturday Schedule

21Academic Social Info

11Sunday Schedule

22Zag Fam Weekend


Welcome to the Family Dear Parents and Families, Parent and Family Relations is thrilled that, along with your student, your family can take part in making new traditions at Gonzaga and enjoy the many aspects of the “Gonzaga Experience.” Through this experience, we hope to provide you with a glimpse of how we help your student develop into the whole person this university seeks to produce. You are now part of the Gonzaga Family! We look forward to sharing in your student’s college experience. We know that you have prepared your student well, and this will be a time of considerable discovery and growth. We believe that parents and other family members are very important as students take on new experiences. We encourage you to empower your student to deal with many of the challenges they will face at college, rather than solving problems for them. A goal that many families have is to provide support without actually making decisions for their student. After all, we hope the university experience will help your student become independent and confident in their abilities to face the world. We recognize, though, that it is not always easy to find that balance, so we suggest taking time to really talk with your student throughout the entire year. We will be here to help along the way. We are available to answer any of your questions; if we don’t know the answer, we will find it for you! Through the Parent and Family eNewsletter and the Parent and Family website www.gonzaga.edu/ parents, we provide you with guidance, resources and helpful information. Our Parent and Family Guide and Calendar are great references, as well. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns you may have. Congratulations and welcome! Amy Swank Director, Parent and Family Relations

PARENT & FAMILY RELATIONS

families@gonzaga.edu www.gonzaga.edu/parents

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Orientation Tips Orientation Weekend is a time of transition and change for both families and students. In order to fully support you during this weekend, we wanted to compile some tips that will allow you and your family to experience a successful Orientation:

Attend Welcome Mass Parents and families of all faiths are welcome to attend the mass, as it is a symbolic way for students to start their Gonzaga journey

Explore Gonzaga’s campus! Whether it’s campus tours or just walking down the Centennial Trail, Gonzaga has a beautiful campus

Remind yourself that your student is in good hands Your student is now a Zag. And that means that they now have a support system here that cares about them

Follow @GonzagaFamilies Our social media is meant to give families an idea of what it’s like to be a student at Gonzaga

Begin to let go/let your Zag try to solve their own problems You should continue ask them questions to see how they are doing, but this weekend marks the start of their independent journey

Don’t be afraid to ask questions This weekend is meant for you to learn more about what it means to be a part of the Zag Family, and we are here to help

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Encourage your student to engage with New Student Orienation Orientation is a great way to make new friends as well as an opportunity to learn everything Gonzaga has to offer

Venture into the Spokane Area Whether experiencing the great outdoors or eating at one of it’s many great restaruants (Spokane is a foodie city!) Spokane has a lot to offer


Weekend Overview FRIDAY Make sure your student picks up their ZAGCARD Parent & Family Orientation Check-In Campus Tours - St. Ignatius Statue outside College Hall

Residence Hall Move-In Opening Ceremony for New Students and Families Conversation and Q&A with the President Fred Meyer Night

SATURDAY Morning Information Sessions

Departmental Conversation and Q&A

Lunch with your Zag, on or off campus

Closing Ceremony Academic Social

Afternoon Information Sessions

Enjoy Dinner off campus

SUNDAY Welcome Mass President’s Reception

Make plans for Zag Fam weekend!

Leave a love note for your Zag!

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Office Hours OFFICE Academic Advising & Assistance Foley Library 122

Admissions

College Hall 107

Health & Counseling Services 704 E Sharp

John J. Hemmingson Center 702 E Desmet

Disability Access Foley 208

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Foley Center Library 621 E Cataldo

IT Support Center Foley 015

Next Gen Tech Bar

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Mail Services

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Registrar’s Office College Hall 229

Campus Security & Public Safety Huetter Mansion - 503 E Sharp

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University Ministry Hemmingson 104

US Bank

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Zag Dining

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Zag Shop

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Friday Schedule 7:30am- Parent & Family Check-In Foley Field publications from members of Parent & Family Crew (students who are available to 3pm Receive answer any potential questions). Publications include a school year calendar and ZagTalk — a guide for families with strategies on how to talk about drugs & alcohol with their students.

8am-4pm Residence Hall Move-In

Residence Halls

Help your student pick up their ZAGCARD (in front of Hemmingson) and move their belongings into their new home on campus. Enjoy watching your student create some of their first Gonzaga memories as they unpack, get settled, and start meeting other new Zags.

8am-3pm Community & Student Resource Fair

Hemmingson

This is the go-to place for information from many of our departments, organizations, and community resources.

9am-2pm Campus Tours

St. Ignatius Statue (Front of College Hall)

Tours leave every half hour, with the last tour leaving at 2pm.

Noon Lunch With Your Student

Your Choice

Meal plans start today! See pages 16-20 for both on-and off-campus options!

4:30-5:30pm Opening Ceremony for New

Students and Families

McCarthey Athletic Center

Gonzaga’s President, Dr. Thayne McCulloh, will address students and welcome families to the university. Doors open at 3:30, event begins at 4:30.

5:30-8pm Dinner On Your Own

Your Choice

Take your student out to dinner. See pages 15-18 for both on-and off-campus options.

8:15-9pm Conversation and Q & A

with the President

Hemmingson Ballroom

Gonzaga President, Thayne McCulloh, hosts a conversation with families.

11pm-1am Fred Meyer Night

Store Address: 400 S Thor St.

Great discounts and exclusive specials for GU students, so bring a ZAGCARD or any proof of enrollment. Shuttles leave from McCarthey parking lot every 30 minutes, last 9 shuttles leave at 12:30 am.


Saturday Schedule 8am Breakfast - on your own

Your choice

There are a lot of options for breakfast on or near campus. If you choose to eat in the COG, you must be accompanied by your student.

9am-Noon Morning Information Sessions

Jepson & Cataldo

Information sessions for parents and families; see pages 12-13 for session details.

Noon-2pm Lunch

Locations Vary

Enjoy lunch with your Zag. Use your student’s guest swipes or Bulldog Bucks at the COG, the COG 2.0, or enjoy lunch off campus.

1-2pm ROTC New Cadet Meeting/ Open House

Magnuson Theatre

Come learn about the Bulldog Battalion Scholarships, travel abroad experience and top notch training available to produce future officers in the United States Army. We have an established and well-earned reputation as one of the top programs in the country. Presentation at noon followed by a tour of the department.

2-4pm Afternoon Information Sessions

Jepson & Cataldo

Information Sessions for parents and families; see pages 14-15 for session details.

4:15-5pm Closing Ceremony

McCarthey Athletic Center

Join Amy Swank, Director of Parent and Family Relations, and Dr. Judi Biggs Garbuio, VP for Student Development, as they close out the weekend’s activities. Families will recieve a commemorative pin if they attend.

5:30-7pm Academic Social

Foley Field

Take a closer look at the academic programs and resources available to your student at Gonzaga. Faculty representatives will be available to converse and answer your questions.

7:30pm Featured Local Restaurants 10

Around Spokane

Venture off campus and experience a taste of Spokane! Visit one of our featured Zag Spots or other off-campus dining locations (pages 17 and 20).


Sunday Schedule 10-11:15am Welcome Mass

McCarthey Athletic Center

Parents and family members, and new and returning students of all faith traditions are invited to join us for Mass. Fr. Brad Reynolds, S.J. (Associate Director for Mission and Ministry) will preside, and President Thayne McCulloh will offer a reflection. This Mass includes a special blessing over new students.

11:15am- President’s Reception 12:15pm Enjoy a light brunch with Gonzaga’s President, Dr. Thayne McCulloh. 3pm Families Depart

Herak Quad

Across Campus

It’s time to say goodbye. Students will be heading to their next scheduled events, which includes trips to downtown Spokane, small group meetings, and much more. Don’t forget to drop your love notes at the Hemmingson Center front desk!

October Make Plans for Zag Fam Weekend Gonzaga University 5-7th Don’t forget to mark your calendars for Gonzaga’s Zag Fam Weekend. Come back to campus to spend time with your student, meet their new friends, and attend several events. More information on page 22.

Questions? If you have any questions throughout the weekend, find a Parent & Family Crew member in a white shirt and ask! 11


Morning Info Sessions 9-10am Jesu...what? What it means to be a Jesuit University

St. Aloysius Church

Learn about Gonzaga’s mission and history, and how Ignatius Loyola’s spirituality and legacy have infused the Jesuit educational tradition (no food or drink in church). Hosted by Michelle Wheatley & Fr. Brad Reynolds, S.J.

9-10am Gonzaga and Parents: Partners in Jepson Center Wolff Auditorium 10-11am Lifelong Career Development is never too early to start thinking about the ROI of a college education and where a 11am-Noon Itdegree will lead your student. This session will overview the successes of previous graduates, how Career & Professional Development (CPD) supports your student’s success, and show you how to be an effective partner in the career development process. Hosted by O. Ray Angle, Katherine Brackmann, & Brittany Leland

9-10am Outside the Classroom Jepson 108 & 109 10-11am Many students attribute their success at Gonzaga to positive out-of-class experiences. Getting involved in activities such as club sports, student leadership, or community service 11am-Noon enhances the Zag experience, as well as leads to a better personal balance.

Hosted by Molly Ayers & Colleen Vandenboom

10-11am Health & Counseling Services

Cataldo Hall

Your student’s health and wellness is incredibly important to their success at Gonzaga. In this session, the Health & Counseling Services team will review the many resources available to support your Zag’s physical, emotional, and mental well-being. Hosted by Libby Skiles

10-11am Parents: Partners in Student Academic Success

St. Aloysius Church

The Academic Vice President’s staff will share essential information about academic life at Gonzaga. Learn about your role in the important journey that your student is about to experience. Hosted by Jolanta Weber, Ph.D.

10-11am Gonzaga’s Guide to All Things Jesuit 12

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Following the morning “Jesu-what?” session, bring your questions to this Q&A session with some of Gonzaga’s own Jesuits. Hosted by Jesuit Priest Panel


Morning Info Sessions 11am-Noon Navigating the New: Helping your Student Thrive

Cataldo Hall

How can you help your student thrive? What happens if your student starts to struggle? The Center for Cura Personalis (CCP) will discuss potential concerns and how to help students navigate effectively. Hosted by CCP Staff

Jepson Center (Main Level) Room 113 10-11am NCAA Athletics for families of student athletes) This session will cover topics regarding financial aid, 11am-Noon (Only NCAA compliance, medical/training facilities, travel, insurance, and overall student-athlete development.

11am-Noon Inside the Classroom

Hosted by Mike Roden & Rian Oliver

St. Aloysius Church

A panel of Gonzaga faculty will share their experiences and be available to share insights into academics at Gonzaga, as well as how families can support their Zags inside the classroom. Hosted by Jolanta Weber, Ph.D.

10-11am Title IX Jepson Center Room 018 issue of sexual assault and sexual harassment has been an important subject of discus11-Noon The sion in media and on college campuses nationwide. In this session we will openly explain the support systems and conduct process that are available for students who may experience instances of sexual misconduct. At Gonzaga we place emphasis on respecting the dignity of all persons and encourage students to look out for one another. Sexual misconduct is treated as a serious breach of those values. Hosted by Matt Nelson, Eric Baldwin, & Stephanie Whaley

10-11am The Zagway: A Commitment to 11am-Noon Community

Jepson Center Room 127

10-11am First in my Family: Starting a 11am-Noon Collegiate Legacy

Jepson Center Room 014

This session will review university standards of conduct, an overview of student conduct processes, and how parents serve as partners while students prepare to lead lives of leadership through decision-making, self-efficacy, moral engagement, and intrinsically driven accountability. Hosted by Paula Smith

This session is targeted to parents and families whose students are the first in their family to attend college. We will discuss ways to support first-generation students, expectations of the higher education environment and provide an overview of resources available to you and your student. Hosted by Deb Ellis & Ricardo Ortega 13.


Afternoon Info Sessions Jepson 018 2-3pm Campus Safety and Security about safety and security at Gonzaga and explore how you as parents and family 3-4pm Learn members can encourage your students to be informed and make safe decisions.

Hosted by Scott Snider, Becky Wilkey

2-3pm Dining Jepson Center Room 014 3-4pm Community dining is a fundamental part of the Zag experience. We will discuss retail dining

and catering options, programming and special events, and student employment. Hosted by Pat Clelland

2-3pm Parent to Parent: Learning 3-4pm to Let Grow

Jepson Center Room 108 & 109

Learn how to help your student adjust to college life. Discuss what it means to let go after students have gone to college, and how parents and families can “guide from the side” after leaving campus. Hosted by Parent & Family Council

2-3pm Study Abroad Cataldo Hall 3-4pm You just got them to college, and you’re ready to talk about study abroad? Come find out why study abroad is one of the best resume building experiences a student can have. Hosted by Richard Menard

2-3pm Help Your Zag Become 3-4pm Financially Responsible

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Jepson Center Room 127

Q&A with Financial Aid, Student Accounts, Campus Card Services, and US Bank. Representatives from these areas will be on hand to answer questions and provide advice to help you help your student. Hosted by Kelly Wentz, Jim White, Samantha Scott, Pat Faulkinberry, & Brandon Roth


Afternoon Info Sessions 2-3pm Student Panel Jepson Center Room 017 3-4pm A panel of current Gonzaga students will share their experiences and be available to address any questions or concerns you may have.

Hosted by Current Gonzaga Students

2-3pm Housing & Residence Life Jepson Center Room 006 and Residence Life builds community in residence halls. Come learn about 3-4pm Housing professional and student staff who live in the halls and the support available to your

student during tough times. We will discuss community development, room changes, damages, and roommate conflicts. Hosted by Jon Wheeler & Jared Payton

2-3pm Party Culture Jepson Center Wolff Auditorium 3-4pm As your student arrives on campus, it’s a time of new experiences, new friendships and

making memories that will last a lifetime. For many students, the college years are their first experience with sustained independence, and this can lead to experimentation with drugs and alcohol. The consequences of these choices are more significant, more destructive, and more costly than many parents and families realize. Join Gonzaga campus partners for an honest discussion about the party culture at Gonzaga, and how you can engage and empower your student to make healthy choices regarding alcohol and drugs. Hosted by Panel of Gonzaga Campus Partners

Departmental Conversations and Q & A: Staff members and families from Gonzaga’s Parent & Family Council (all of whom are have students currently at Gonzaga) are available for 1-on-1 sessions if you have any specific questions. At any point during the times listed you may visit the sessions and talk on a more independent level about your concerns.

9am-Noon Health & Counseling Services 2-4pm

Jepson Center Lower Lobby

10am-Noon University Mission & Ministry

Jepson Center Room 123

10am-Noon Parent to Parent Q & A

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LUNCH with your ZAG Saturday - August 25th - Noon Reunite with your Zag over lunch! Share some of your newfound Gonzaga knowledge from your morning sessions and hear all about your student’s adventures. If you choose to leave campus for lunch, check pages 17-20 for a list of nearby choices. On campus, lunch will be served at various eateries — in the COG or at COG 2.0 on the Herak Quad. Pay with swipes, credit card or Bulldog Bucks for $10.

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Chipotle Rubbed Brisket (GF/DF)

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Honey BBQ Pulled Chicken (GF/DF)

Quinoa Brown Rice Patty (VG)

Corn Dusted Kaiser Rolls

Whole Grain Wheat Rolls

Apple and Cabbage Coleslaw (GF)

Smoked Gouda Mac and Cheese

Spicy Roasted Corn with Honey and

Apple and Cabbage Coleslaw (VG)

Cilantro (GF)

Spicy Roasted Corn with Honey and

Bacon and Smoked Cheddar Potato

Cilantro (VG)

Salad (GF)

Smoked Cheddar Potato Salad

COG Cookies + Gluten Free Desserts

GF: Gluten Free/VG: Vegan/DF: Dairy Free


Off-Campus Dining Bulldog Territory (Within 10 minute walk of campus) Blaze Pizza* Bruchi’s* Caruso’s* Chipotle Mexican Grill Clark’s Fork* Clover DiNardi’s Pizza & Pasta Froyo Earth* Kalico Kitchen* No-Li Brewhouse Our Thai House Pita Pit* Pizza Pipeline* Qdoba Mexican Eats* Sushi Sakai* Sweeto Burrito* Ultimate Bagel*

926 N. Division St. 829 E. Boone Ave. 1120 N. Division St. 930 N. Division St. 1028 N. Hamilton St. 913 E. Sharp Ave. 829 E. Boone Ave. 829 E. Boone Ave. 2931 N. Division St. 1003 E. Trent Ave. 1415 N. Hamilton St. 818 E. Sharp Ave. 1403 N. Division St. 1120 N. Division St. 829 E. Boone Ave. 1839 N. Ruby St. 1217B N. Hamilton St.

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Downtown and Surrounding Areas Aloha Island Grill* Boots Bakery & Lounge (Vegan) Churchill’s Steakhouse Clinkerdaggers The Elk Public House Ferrante’s Marketplace Cafe Fire Artisan Pizza Frank’s Diner Tomato Street Luigi’s Italian Restaurant Method Juice Café* Saranac Public House Mizuna (Vegetarian)

1724 N. Monroe St. 24 W. Main Ave. 165 S. Post St. 621 W. Mallon Ave. 1931 W. Pacific Ave. 4516 South Regal St. 816 W. Sprague Ave. 1516 W. 2nd Ave. 6220 N Division St. 245 W. Main Ave. 718 W. Riverside Ave. 21 W Main Ave. 214 N. Howard St.

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On-Campus Dining ZAG DINING HOURS OF OPERATION OPENING WEEKEND 2 0 1 8 WOLFGANG PUCK

Located at Hemmingson Center Friday Breakfast . . . . . 7am – 10:30am Lunch . . . . . . . . 10:30am – 1:30pm Mid-Meal . . . . . 1:30pm – 4:30pm Dinner . . . . . . . 4:30pm – 7:30pm

Located at Hemmingson Center Friday . . . . . . . . 10:30am – 2pm Saturday . . . . . . 10:30am – 7pm Sunday . . . . . . . Closed Monday . . . . . . . 10:30am – 8pm

Located at Hemmingson Center Friday . . . . . . . . 11am – 8:30pm Saturday . . . . . . 12pm – 9:30pm Sunday . . . . . . . 12pm – 9:30pm Monday . . . . . . . 11am – 8:30pm

STARBUCKS

DUFF’S BISTRO

Saturday Breakfast . . . . . 7am – 9:30am Lunch . . . . . . . . 11am – 2pm Open House . . 2pm – 4:30pm Dinner . . . . . . . 4:30pm – 7:30pm

Located at Hemmingson Center Friday . . . . . . . . 7am – 10pm Saturday . . . . . . 8am – 10pm Sunday . . . . . . . 9am – 10pm Monday . . . . . . . 7am – 10pm

Sunday Brunch . . . . . . . 9am – 2pm SUB CONNECTION Open House . . 2pm – 4:30pm Located at Welch Hall Dinner . . . . . . . 4:30pm – 7:30pm Friday . . . . . . . . 10:30am – 2pm Saturday . . . . . . 10:30am – 2pm Monday . . . . . . . Closed Sunday Breakfast . . . . . 7am – 10:30am . . . . . . . 10:30am – 8pm Monday Lunch . . . . . . . . 10:30am – 1:30pm Mid-Meal . . . . . 1:30pm – 4:30pm Dinner . . . . . . . 4:30pm – 7:30pm TRES HABANEROS (Welcome Back BBQ) Located at Welch Hall Friday . . . . . . . . 10:30am – 2pm 1887 Saturday . . . . . . 10:30am – 2pm AT CATALDO Sunday . . . . . . . Closed Located at Cataldo Hall Monday . . . . . . . 10:30am – 8pm Fri - Sun. . . . . . .Closed Monday. . . . . . . 2pm – 8pm

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THE BULLDOG

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THE MARKETPLACE

FUEL CELL SMOOTHIES & MORE

Located at Hemmingson Center Friday . . . . . . . . 9am – 10pm Saturday . . . . . . 10am – 7pm Sunday . . . . . . . 10am – 7pm Monday . . . . . . . 9am – 10pm

Located at Rudolf Fitness Center Friday . . . . . . . . 7:30am - 7pm Saturday . . . . . . 11am – 3pm Sunday . . . . . . . 11am – 3pm Monday . . . . . . . 7:30am – 7pm

zagdining zagdining.com

Located at Kennedy Apartments Fri - Sat . . . . . . .Closed Sunday . . . . . . . 2pm – 8pm Monday . . . . . . . 11am – 9pm

MARGIE’S AT TILFORD’S Located at Tilford Center . . . . Closed . . . .

CAFÉ LAWTE Located at Gonzaga University School of Law . . . . Closed . . . .

CONTEMPLATIVE CAFÉ Located at Cataldo Hall . . . . Closed . . . .

ZAG DINING OFFICE Friday . . . . . . . . . . 8am – 3pm Sat - Sun . . . . . . . . Closed 1027 N. Hamilton Avenue Spokane, WA 99202 tel. (509) 313-6906


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Local ZAG Spots

FOOD

QDOBA Mexican Eats 1120 N. Division St. 509.413.1951

Luigi’s Italian Restaurant 245 W. Main Ave. 509.654.5226

1120 N. Division St. 509.868.0585

Safari Room Fresh Grill and Bar 111 S. Post St. 509.789.6800

933 E. Mission Ave. 509.482.1987

Yoke’s

210 E. North Foothills Dr. 509.325.5611

D. Lish’s Hamburgers 1625 N. Division St. 509.323.7130

GROCERIES Safeway

Caruso’s Sandwiches & Artisan Pizzas

Trader Joe’s

5520 N. Division St. 509.487.4188

Costco

5601 E. Sprague Ave. 509.842.0003

URM Cash & Carry 902 E. Springfield Ave. 509.489.4555

HOUSEHOLDS Target

4915 S. Regal St. 509.822.3274 OR 9770 N. Newport Hwy. 509.466.30066

Fred Meyer

400 S. Ralph St. 509.532.4000

MALLS Riverpark Square

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Bed Bath & Beyond 5628 N. Division St. 509.487.3677

Walmart

5025 E. Sprague Ave. 509.795.3491

Staples

2624 N. Division St. 509.328.64955

NorthTown Mall

Barnes & Noble, JCPenny, Macy’s, Sears, Marshalls, Best Buy, and more 4750 N. Division St. 509.482.4800

Nordstrom, Apple, Northface, Gap, Anthropologie, Lulu Spokane Valley Mall Macy’s, Nordstrom Rack, Sears, TJ Maxx, Twigs Lemon, AMC Movie Theatre, Dining, and more Bistro & Martini Bar, Bath & Body Works, and more 808 W. Main Ave. 14700 E. Indiana Ave. 509.363.0304 509.926.3700


Academic Social FOLEY

Center for Student Academic Success Academic Advising, Disability Access, Learning Strategies

School of Leadership Studies Comprehensive Leadership Program

HEMMINGSON

School of Nursing & Human Physiology Nursing, Human Physiology

School of Education Special Education, Sport and Physical Education, Teacher Education

College of Arts and Sciences Arts Art Music Theatre & Dance Humanities Classical Civilizations, Catholic Studies, Communication Studies, English, History, Integrated Media, Modern Languages & Literature, Native American Studies, Philosophy, Religious Studies

Hogan Entrepreneurial Leadership,

Sciences Biology, Chemistry & Biochemistry, Mathematics, Physics,

Military Science,

Social Sciences

Special Programs

Study Abroad

DESMET/ WELCH

Economics, Environmental Studies, International Studies, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology and Criminology, Women’s and Gender Studies

School of Engineering and Applied Science Civil, Computer Science, Electrical and Computer, Management, Mechanical

CROSBY

School of Business Administration Accounting, Business Administration

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Zag Fam Weekend

October 5-7, 2018 Our campus is beautiful in the summer, but wait until you see it in the fall! Zag Fam Weekend allows you a glimpse into your student’s new life at Gonzaga. There will be alumni on campus as well for milestone reunions. The weekend will be packed full of fun activities and exciting entertainment for the whole family, including the Zag Fam Pep Rally featuring performances from student clubs and organizations. Be sure to make hotel reservations as soon as possible, as hotels fill up quickly. 22

Register at: www.gonzaga.edu/zagfamweekend


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Thank You Sponsors

ZAG DINING

Parent & Family Orientation Itinerary 2018  

Your guide for 2018 Orientation Weekend at Gonzaga University! Check out www.gonzaga.edu/parents with any questions or concerns

Parent & Family Orientation Itinerary 2018  

Your guide for 2018 Orientation Weekend at Gonzaga University! Check out www.gonzaga.edu/parents with any questions or concerns

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