students share hugs and smiles as they are on retreat



All retreat offerings will be in-person during the 2021-2022 Academic Year.

If you have questions, please email the coordinator in charge of the specific retreat program or stop by Mission and Ministry in Hemmingson 104.

November 5-6, 2021

November 6-7, 2021

January 21-22, 2022

January 22-23, 2022

February 25-26, 2022

February 26-27, 2022

New Gonzaga students:  Be part of a new Gonzaga program tradition.  The ZAG ESCAPE begins this Fall.  An overnight program at Gonzaga’s famed Bozarth Center, ESCAPE IS  designed to get you started through reflection on your own experience leading to your being a ZAG, and how you are finding your place at GU.

Questions? Please contact Fr. Pat Conroy at

October 1-3, 2021

November 12-14, 2021

February 4-6, 2022

March 18-20, 2022

Sophomore Adventure is an overnight experience where we intentionally take time away from GU to play, laugh, adventure, and grow personally.  This event is sponsored by the Office of Mission and Ministry. YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE RELIGIOUS TO ATTEND.  We have curated this experience for all Sophomores. If you are open to reflecting and meeting new people then this retreat is for you! This is a 24 hour retreat.

Questions? Please contact Janeen Steer at


September 24-26, 2021 – Search #1

February 11-13, 2022 – Search #2

March 25-27, 2022 – Search #3

Search is a weekend retreat founded on the extravagant love of God. We welcome Junior students to explore Jesus' love in a community context. The weekend is driven by a series of talks where student leaders share their stories, and retreatants are given space to reflect and share their own perspectives.

Questions? Please contact

January 5-9, 2022

This contemplative retreat, based on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola, is designed as the culminating retreat experience for Gonzaga students.  Crafted specifically for graduating Zags, this five-day experience focuses on listening to God’s intimate movement in our lives.  Utilizing guided prayer exercises, one-on-one spiritual direction, and silent personal reflection, this retreat invites participants to grow close to God as they discern where life is taking them. This retreat will take place the week before the beginning of Spring Semester.

Questions? Please contact Erik Mertens at


Have you ever wondered about the roots of the Sabbath (Hebrew: Shabbat)? 

It's great to learn about the gift of Shabbat, but is way better to experience it first hand through music, meditation, long walks around Bozarth Mansion and of course by hanging out with friends and building Zag community. Bring your hobby, a craft or a book (fun or assigned) for downtime.  Enjoy festive Shabbat meals with new friends and old ones, and come away with a deeper sense of the Jewish sabbath.

All are welcome regardless of religious background or ability to pay.


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MSC 2473
502 E. Boone Avenue
Spokane, WA 99258