The Gonzaga School of Business created one-credit weekend electives for students to expand their education through courses built to help enhance everyday life.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many small businesses had to to close their doors. However, restaurants like Cochinito Taqueria are working to support Spokane.
Even though traditional programming from CCE came to a stop due to the COVID-19 outbreak they still plan to serve the community during this pandemic.
President Thayne McCulloh announced via Twitter that a decision regarding graduation will be made soon, taking poll results into account.
Gonzaga President Thayne McCulloh announced that all residence halls would be closed for the rest of the semester due to coronavirus.
The Gonzaga Health and Counseling Services and Center for Cura Personalis look to help students who are in need during this time.
Many students have expressed concern regarding the growing number of cases in their hometowns, most feel they'd be safer in Spokane.
Today, Gonzaga President Thayne McCulloh confirmed, in an email, the delay of the resumption of Spring semester courses until March 23.
Providing pro bono legal assistance to those in the community who cannot afford access is an essential part of Gonzaga's School of Law
Students, from Gonzaga and other universities, abroad in Florence, Italy react to being evacuated due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The Gonzaga Environmental Organization holds a Thrift Shop a few times over the school year where they sell clothes to promote sustainable living.
Gonzaga President Thayne McCulloh sent out an email today informing the community that a person within GU is being tested for Coronavirus. He also included ways to prevent illness and where to say updated.
St. Mary’s College Library challenged all WCC libraries to see who can get the most Instagram followers. Gonzaga has joined into the rivalry and got third place.
Students take summer courses through either Gonzaga or other universities to ensure they can graduate in four years due to high credit programs.
Morgan Marum graduated from Gonzaga and has now returned to teach Strategic Communication in the integrated media department while also working for Hoopfest.
Gonzaga in Florence has made the decision to send students studying abroad there home and suspend all academic operations following the rise of documented coronavirus cases in Italy. Students will return to their permanent addresses.
"Career Paths", a collection of 24 podcasts that feature various Gonzaga marketing alumni, was created in an independent study.
After being appointed by President Thayne McCulloh, Eugene Krug has become the only student to sit on the Gonzaga Board of Regents.