Mental and physical health

Health and Counseling Services


704 E. Sharp Ave.

This office runs as the campus’ doctor’s office. If students need a checkup, counseling or medicine they have it from the physicians, psychiatrists, psychologists and nurses. 

Center for Cura Personalis (CCP)


Crosby Center 216

Care for the whole person is an idea heavily promoted at Gonzaga and CCP works to live out that part of the Mission Statement. This center operates in a non-clinical capacity and case managers work to help students find the resources they need.

Values, identity and faith

Office of Diversity, Inclusion, Community and Equity (DICE)

(509) 313-4100

Hemmingson Center

DICE is an office that strives to create an inclusive and diverse community. Through a few different centers they have created an educational, inclusive and safe space.

  • Lincoln LGBTQ+ Resource Center


Hemmingson Center 215

This canter creates a safe and inclusive space people of all gender, sex, sexual and asexual identities. The center uses its space to create an alternative place for studying and community building at GU.

  • Unity Multicultural Education Center (UMEC)


Hemmingson Center 215

This center strives to raise the voices of underrepresented students and provide learning opportunities based in experience for everyone in the GU community. They work to integrate the values of many cultural narratives and perspectives.

Office of Mission and Ministry


Hemmingson Center 104

This is the home of all resources based in religion and faith. This office provides education about GU’s mission and purpose, gives spiritual and pastoral care and creates formation for discernment and leadership. Throughout the year the office also provides a lot of programing — the retreats being one of the most popular. 

Safety and housing

Campus Security and Public Safety


Huetter Mansion

503 E. Sharp

CSPS is the place to call if you feel unsafe or in trouble. They will come pick you up and give you a ride home if needed, help you find resources needed during an emergency and patrol campus to keep everyone safe.

Housing and Residence Life


Crosby Center 201

Housing and Residence Life is here to help students regarding all thing’s dorm life. Whether a student gets locked out of their room or needs to change their roommate. Resident’s assistants are also great for connecting students to the resources needed for anything.

Human Resources - Equity and Inclusion


This office helps students with issues around Title IX, which is gender-based harassment, discrimination and sexual misconduct, equal opportunity of all in the GU community and employee relations. They provide consultation, support, education, investigations and grievance resolution.

Plant and Construction Services


1004 N. Ruby St.

If anything breaks in a students’ dorm or apartment Plant Services is the place to call to get it fixed. Just call and put in a work order and within a few days the issue will be fixed.

Academic and Professional Success

Center for Student Academic Success


Foley Library 122

Within this center there are three services. In Academic Advising and Assistance students can get help with academic planning, switching majors, policy clarifications and more. In Learning Strategies students can see peer tutors and professional learning specialists for tutoring, time management and organization planning. In the Disability Access office, they provide accommodation plans for all GU students with disabilities.

Career and Professional Development (CPD)


Crosby Center First Floor

Resumes, cover letters, and interviews are staples in a college student’s life when on the internship and career search and this office specializes in helping students with all these things. Through peer review for anything written, an alumni connection program, career treks and more CPD will help anyone land a great job.

Writing Center


 Foley Library 121

Any essay, presentation or writing you need proofread or assistance with the Writing Center is here to help. The trained staff provides a comfortable space where students can get help with their writing or just find a quiet place to work.

Your Advisor

Within a student’s major or minor they will be assigned an academic advisor. Throughout a student’s years at Gonzaga their advisor helps them schedule their classes, makes sure they’re on track to graduate on time and makes sure their students are doing well on both an academic and personal level. It’s also important to note that if a student gets an advisor, they do not gel with right away it is very east to switch advisors.

Riley Utley is the editor-in-chief. Follow her on Twitter: @rileyutley.

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