New and Returning Student FAQ

Here you'll find answers to some of the most frequently-asked questions for new students (freshmen, new grad students, transfers, etc.) and returning students (sophomores, juniors, grad students, etc.). The FAQs are grouped by topic.

Latest Updates

Aug 21:

Aug 12:

Added the following questions and answers to the New Students group:

  • My student is not living on campus anymore, but will be living locally and attending classes in person. What is their New Student Orientation check-in date?
  • My student is not living on campus anymore, but will be living locally and attending classes in person. Is their New Student Orientation in-person or virtual?
  • I want to attend classes remotely but want to attend New Student Orientation in-person, or I want to attend classes in-person but want to attend New Student Orientation remotely.

Added the following questions and answers to the Other Common Questions group:

  • Will the Rudolf Fitness Center be open this fall?
  • What should I do if I change my plan for Fall semester?

Aug 4:

  • Updated answer to "Since many classes will include a remote learning component, will Gonzaga offer tuition or other refunds and discounts?" in the Tuition & Finances group.
  • Added question and answer: "Does Gonzaga have a plan for on-campus work study students whose jobs have been affected by COVID? How is the work study program impacted if classes go online-only?" in the Tuition & Finances group.

July 31: Questions marked with a double asterisk (**) have been updated.

June 17: Updated question and answer: "What will happen if I violate University policies?" in the Other common questions group.

Updated August 21, 2020

Academic Calendar

Undergraduate Fall 2020 semester:

  • Classes begin Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2020 (Monday-only classes begin Monday, August 31)
  • Classes conclude Friday, Dec. 11, 2020
  • Final exams and/or final projects must be complete by Friday, Dec. 18, 2020
  • Graduate programs have their own calendars. View Law Academic Calendar or contact your college/school/program for specific calendars.

Entering first-year students will begin a phased approach to moving into residence halls over a three-day period, beginning Wednesday, August 26. Orientation will take place during this time period as well. Returning students living in campus housing will begin move-in Saturday, August 29 with a phased approach over a three-day period.

Updated July 31, 2020

 

The academic calendar will remain the same. Undergraduate classes for fall semester will begin on Tuesday, September 1 and conclude on Friday, December 11, with Friday, December 18 the last day of finals and/or final projects or other course-concluding activities.

Following Thanksgiving Break, classes will be taught online, using remote/distance technologies.To mitigate the risk of COVID-19 virus spread, students who elect to travel outside of Spokane County for the Thanksgiving break are asked not to return to campus for the remainder of the semester, and to complete their fall semester assignments via distance technologies. To support students remaining off campus after the holiday, faculty will prepare their courses so that class sessions can be held utilizing remote/distance technology.

Dates to add/withdraw from classes and register for Spring 2021 have also been revised. Please see the updated calendar here.

Updated July 31, 2020

 

Current/continuing students can make changes to their schedules through ZAGWEB and continue to add courses through Wednesday, September 9, and drop courses through Friday, September 11.

The registration process remains the same with no changes to the dates to add or drop courses, as outlined by the Academic Calendar. Students still have the same abilities to add and/or drop courses through the standard processes they’ve traditionally used through their personal ZAGWEB accounts.

Updated July 31, 2020

 

Fall 2020 Courses

Our faculty are and have been working to identify the best ways to facilitate their courses. Certain academic courses are more readily taught, and learned, in a remote-delivery format while other program courses which require hands-on, experiential work are more difficult to conduct in a virtual environment. The way classes will be taught will vary from course to course but are likely to include a combination of in-person and remote learning.

The goal is to have courses involving intensive lab, studio, clinical or similar work, be offered face-to-face/in-person where we can safely do so and are authorized to do so. All courses will be built to ensure high quality instruction and consistency while promoting student engagement and participation. Here are four options for classes this Fall:

  • Face-to-Face/In-Person Instruction: Traditional classes where your attendance option is in-person, in a physical classroom or space, without the option of attending remotely. These courses will be noted with specific class meeting times and without mention of either “Remote Hybrid” or “Remote Only.”
  • Remote Hybrid: You will have the option of attending the class in-person as well as/or remotely and synchronously during the regularly scheduled times. You may have to attend some classes in-person on some days and remotely (via Zoom) on other days. There is no expectation that you must attend any classes in-person if attending remotely only is preferred; attendance via Zoom-only is an option.
  • Remote Only (synchronous remote): Instruction will be delivered using Zoom. Most (or even all) class meetings are synchronous with you and faculty meeting remotely at established times. There is no option to attend ‘remote only’ classes in-person in a physical setting.
  • TBD: The course delivery modality has not yet been determined. ZagWeb will be updated as soon as the determination has been made.

Faculty are determining the modes for their courses and that information will be made available on ZagWeb after August 1. We will work with any student who has issues or concerns with their schedule based on the chosen method for their courses. As so many of these circumstances are out of our control, courses may all switch to remote for unspecified periods of time, but for now there are multiple options being considered and proposed. As fall semester approaches, more information about each course’s chosen method will be available.

What Your Classes Might Look Like

Faculty are spending their summers creatively figuring out how to provide each student the best education possible under these less than ideal pandemic conditions. While there is tremendous variety in class topics, formats, and structure, faculty are doing their best to adopt some baseline standards.

For example, classes will meet during specified class times, whether in-person or remotely via Zoom. To maintain 6-foot physical distancing, classroom occupancies will be less than they used to be. This means that for classes with more students than safely fit in the classroom, some students will attend remotely on a revolving basis. Faculty will provide students with more information about this process. While this isn’t ideal, it is a creative way to foster student-faculty relationships that are so crucial to the Gonzaga learning experience.

Updated July 31, 2020

 

This list shows what modifications have been made to classrooms, including capacities that allow distancing guidelines to be followed as well as cameras or other technologies that are available. 


 

The Fall Semester will not end after Thanksgiving, but will end on Friday, Dec. 18., as originally planned. In order to mitigate the risk of the COVID-19 virus, our plan is that all classes following Thanksgiving Break will be taught online, using remote/distance technologies. Gonzaga will ask students who elect to travel outside of Spokane County for the Thanksgiving Break not to return to campus for the remainder of the semester. Our goal is to decrease the chance of introducing the virus at just the point where students are taking final exams and completing end-of-semester projects.  

Please see the question “I plan to leave Spokane County for Thanksgiving, will I receive a refund for housing and dining plans?” for more information. 

 

All classes following Thanksgiving Break will be distance delivery. If you travel outside of Spokane County, we ask that you do not to return to campus for the remainder of the semester (note: residence halls and campus dining will remain open through the end of the semester).

Students who do not choose to travel may contact Housing and Residence Life for support and information about accommodations.

If you travel outside of Spokane County and remain at home, you may request a credit of the unused portion of your room and board plan, applied towards Spring 2021 charges (credit will apply only to those who follow the outlined procedures). If you return for Spring semester, you may leave your belongings in your room. The Housing and Residence Life Department will share specific instructions for checking out in October.

We plan to have residence halls, housing and other campus facilities (examples include all academic buildings, dining options, health center, fitness center, libraries, etc.) open for the entire fall semester, subject to changes and/or other modifications that may be necessary to respond to public health and/or other government authority considerations. Our decisions are guided by the health and safety of our community and academic success of our students. 

Updated July 31, 2020

 

Faculty are preparing to offer their courses in an interactive “live” remote mode where possible, even if they have chosen face-to-face/in-person, or a hybrid teaching, approach. As such, it will be possible for students who wish to do so to pursue their studies remotely for Fall semester.

Our faculty are and have been working to identify the best ways to facilitate their courses. Certain academic courses are more readily taught, and learned, in a remote-delivery format while other program courses which require hands-on, experiential work are more difficult to conduct in a virtual environment. The way classes will be taught will vary from course to course but are likely to include a combination of in-person and remote learning.

The goal is to have courses involving intensive lab, studio, clinical or similar work, be offered face-to-face/in-person where we can safely do so and are authorized to do so. All courses will be built to ensure high quality instruction and consistency while promoting student engagement and participation. Here are four options for classes this Fall:

  • Face-to-Face/In-Person Instruction: Traditional classes where your attendance option is in-person, in a physical classroom or space, without the option of attending remotely. These courses will be noted with specific class meeting times and without mention of either “Remote Hybrid” or “Remote Only.”
  • Remote Hybrid: You will have the option of attending the class in-person as well as/or remotely and synchronously during the regularly scheduled times. You may have to attend some classes in-person on some days and remotely (via Zoom) on other days. There is no expectation that you must attend any classes in-person if attending remotely only is preferred; attendance via Zoom-only is an option.
  • Remote Only (synchronous remote): Instruction will be delivered using Zoom. Most (or even all) class meetings are synchronous with you and faculty meeting remotely at established times. There is no option to attend ‘remote only’ classes in-person in a physical setting.
  • TBD: The course delivery modality has not yet been determined. ZagWeb will be updated as soon as the determination has been made.

Faculty are determining the modes for their courses and that information will be made available on ZagWeb after August 1. We will work with any student who has issues or concerns with their schedule based on the chosen method for their courses. As so many of these circumstances are out of our control, courses may all switch to remote for unspecified periods of time, but for now there are multiple options being considered and proposed. As fall semester approaches, more information about each course’s chosen method will be available.

What Your Classes Might Look Like

Faculty are spending their summers creatively figuring out how to provide each student the best education possible under these less than ideal pandemic conditions. While there is tremendous variety in class topics, formats, and structure, faculty are doing their best to adopt some baseline standards.

For example, classes will meet during specified class times, whether in-person or remotely via Zoom. To maintain 6-foot physical distancing, classroom occupancies will be less than they used to be. This means that for classes with more students than safely fit in the classroom, some students will attend remotely on a revolving basis. Faculty will provide students with more information about this process. While this isn’t ideal, it is a creative way to foster student-faculty relationships that are so crucial to the Gonzaga learning experience.

Updated July 31, 2020

 

Changes to the course delivery methods are currently being processed with the expected updates to the courses to be made by end-of-business Friday, July 31.

Students will be able to review their schedule via ZAGWEB once the course update process is complete, after 5 p.m. on July 31. A few course modalities are yet unknown and will be updated as soon as the information is known.

After students review how their courses will be delivered (remote hybrid; remote only; face-to-face; TBA), they may wish to change their course schedules. New students should contact the Office of Academic Advising and Assistance while continuing students may do so, via ZAGWEB, per normal process.

Updated July 31, 2020

 

Health and Safety

In support of the campus community health and safety, access to Gonzaga University facilities will remain restricted for the Fall Semester. Beginning Aug. 25, your Gonzaga ID card will provide you access to your residence hall, all academic classroom buildings, and facilities that provide services to all students. All facilities will be locked and only accessible with your ID card, therefore you must carry your Gonzaga ID card with you at all times in order to gain access. For example, if you live in a residence hall, your ID card will not provide access to any other residence hall. If you wish to go to a common space facility, you will have access but must use your ID card to enter.

Gonzaga is operating in this way in order to reduce the density of people in facilities, reduce the incidents of non-community members access, and to aid in COVID-19 contact tracing. There will be a brief pause on these restrictions during New Student Orientation and move-in from August 25-August 30, but then restrictions will resume.

Common spaces all employees and students can access with their ID Card:

  • Cataldo Hall
  • College Hall
  • Crosby Center
  • Foley Center
  • Hemmingson Center
  • Rudolf Fitness Center
  • Duff’s in Kennedy
  • Mail Room

If you have questions or concerns about access, please call Campus Security and Public Safety at (509) 313-2222.

Added August 19, 2020

 

Employees: Please contact your healthcare provider. Also, please contact the Human Resources benefits team (via leaves.accommodations@gonzaga.edu).

Students: Please contact GU Health and Counseling Services at 509-313-4066.

Please also see question for "Will students with COVID-19 need to isolate?"

If you are sick with COVID-19 or you suspect you are infected with the virus, follow the steps below to help prevent the disease from spreading to other people.

1) Stay home except to get medical care.

  • Stay home: People who are mildly ill with COVID-19 are able to isolate at home during their illness. Do not leave your residence, except for getting medical care.
  • Avoid public areas: Do not go to work, school, or public areas.
  • Take care of yourself: Get rest and stay hydrated. Take over-the-counter medicines, such as acetaminophen, to help you feel better.
  • Stay in contact with your healthcare provider: Call before you get medical care and seek help immediately if you have trouble breathing or think it is an emergency.
  • Avoid public transportation: Avoid using public transportation, ride-sharing, or taxis.

2) Separate yourself from other people and animals in your home.

  • Stay away from others: As much as possible, you should stay in a specific room and away from other people and pets in your home. Also, you should use a separate bathroom, if available. If you must be around other people or animals inside or outside the home, wear a cloth face covering.
  • Limit contact with pets & animals: You should restrict contact with pets and other animals while you are sick with COVID-19, just like you would around other people. Until we know more about this coronavirus, it is still recommended that people sick with COVID-19 limit contact with animals. See COVID-19 and Animals for more information.

3) Monitor your symptoms.

  • Symptoms of COVID-19 fever, cough, or other symptoms.
  • Follow care instructions from your healthcare provider and local health department. Spokane Regional Health District may give instructions on checking your symptoms and reporting information.

4) Call ahead before visiting your healthcare provider.

  • Call ahead: Many medical visits for routine care are being postponed or done by phone or telemedicine.
  • If you have a medical appointment that cannot be postponed, call the healthcare provider and tell them that you have or may have COVID-19. This will help the healthcare provider’s office take steps to keep themselves and other patients from getting infected or exposed.

5) Wear a cloth face covering if you are sick.

  • You should wear a cloth face covering over your nose and mouth if you must be around other people or pets and before you enter a healthcare provider’s office.
  • You don’t need to wear the cloth face covering if you are alone. If you can’t put on a cloth face covering (because of trouble breathing, for example), cover your coughs and sneezes in some other way. Try to stay at least 6 feet away from other people. This will help protect the people around you.

6) Continue to practice other health and safety measures to care for yourself and protect others. The CDC also advises you to:

  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash. Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds immediately after. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.
  • Clean your hands often. Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with 60% alcohol, covering all surfaces of your hands and rubbing them together until they feel dry. This is especially important after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing; going to the bathroom; and before eating or preparing food. Soap and water are the best options, especially if hands are visibly dirty.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Avoid sharing personal household items. Do not share dishes, drinking glasses, cups, eating utensils, towels, or bedding with other people in your home. Wash these items thoroughly after using them with soap and water or put in the dishwasher.
  • Clean all “high-touch” surfaces everyday. Clean and disinfect high-touch surfaces in your “sick room” and bathroom; wear disposable gloves. Let someone else clean and disinfect surfaces in common areas, but you should clean your bedroom and bathroom, if possible. If a caregiver or other person needs to clean and disinfect a sick person’s bedroom or bathroom, they should do so on an as-needed basis. The caregiver/other person should wear a mask and disposable gloves prior to cleaning. They should wait as long as possible after the person who is sick has used the bathroom before coming in to clean and use the bathroom. High-touch surfaces include phones, remote controls, counters, tabletops, doorknobs, bathroom fixtures, toilets, keyboards, tablets, and bedside tables.
  • Clean and disinfect areas that may have blood, stool, or body fluids on them. Use household cleaners and disinfectants. Clean the area or item with soap and water or another detergent if it is dirty. Then, use a household disinfectant. Be sure to follow the product instructions for safe and effective use. For comprehensive information about cleaning and disinfection guidance, visit the CDC Detailed Disinfection Guidance page.
Updated June 7, 2020

 

We have worked with Spokane Regional Health District and other professionals to ensure that classrooms, and other spaces where teaching and learning take place are designed with physical distancing in mind. Physical distancing is also being developed for common areas, such as the Foley Center Library, the Hemmingson Center, McCarthey Athletic Center and other shared spaces. All 133 classrooms identified for hybrid online/in-person teaching are having classroom computers and document cameras installed.

Updated July 31, 2020

 

Everyone must be an active participant in the effort to stem the risk of contracting and spreading the disease. Important steps and risk-reduction factors include:

  • As an institution we are adopting physical distancing protocols, and effective cleaning and disinfecting practices.
  • We have set aside several on-campus facilities to house students if isolation is necessary due to contracting the virus.
  • We will follow Spokane Regional Health District contact tracing protocols, and have spaces designated for quarantine of those who may have been exposed.
  • Employees are asked to monitor their health daily, attest to their health status before returning to work, and follow prevention protocols as outlined in the Employee Return to Campus Plan.
  • Health and prevention training, reminders and educational materials will be provided to students, staff and throughout campus.
  • We are committed to supporting our students in the event of illness and have our own Health and Counseling Center on campus.
  • Spokane has two major medical centers with which we work closely when our student need emergency care; both are located within 3 miles of campus.
 

University Events

Questions about events such as Commencement and Fall Family Weekend are answered in our Univeristy Events FAQ.

 


New Students

Pre-Orientation Programs are currently being re-evaluated in light of COVID-19. Registration will not occur Wednesday, June 10 at 6 p.m. PST.

Follow @ZagFirstYear on Instagram or visit our www.gonzaga.edu/orientation for the latest information.

 

Entering first-year students will begin a phased approach to moving in to on-campus residence halls over a three-day period, beginning Wednesday, August 26. New Student Orientation activities designed to introduce students to the campus, fellow Zags and opportunities to enrich their academic experience will take place in phases along with move in beginning on August 26. More details will be communicated to incoming first-year students through our First Year Experience Program team.

 

All commuter/non-residential students will check in on Friday, August 28. Email instructions will be sent to commuter students prior to Orientation.

 

Students who selected in-person/hybrid academic instruction will be placed into in-person orientation groups. Students who selected Remote Only will be placed into virtual orientation groups.

 
We know the situation surrounding the coronavirus pandemic makes the transition to Gonzaga especially challenging for new students this year. We've set up a hotline to help you and your family get the information you need quickly. 

Tuition and Finances

Students may defer admission for a semester or one academic year. Learn more about the deferment process. Scholarships are reassessed each academic year, but usually maintain or increase. The FAFSA must be filed again.

 

[Please also refer to the question “Will classes be in person or remote learning?” under the Fall 2020 Classes heading above on this page.]

nformed by our university-wide efforts to adapt to the pandemic – including new investments in technology, personal safety, and facilities – tuition has been set regardless of the method of instruction and will not be refunded in the event instruction occurs remotely for any part of the Academic Year.

We recognize that changes in the mode of delivery, to include virtual or hybrid courses, differs from a traditional face-to-face classroom experience. Gonzaga faculty have risen to the challenge in adapting coursework and content to flexible modes of delivery, bolstered by investments in classroom technology, online tools to support learning, and instructional design. Our faculty and staff colleagues throughout the university remain committed to a high impact and personal experience with our students in all settings, particularly in these difficult and confusing times. Together, our learning community will continue to adapt and respond to the needs of our students throughout this difficult time, guided by our Jesuit tradition of a transformational education and cura personalis.

If you have had financial challenges, please consider filing a financial aid appeal.

Tuition adjustments will continue to be available to withdrawing students depending on the date of withdrawal as set forth in the University’s policy on tuition adjustment and withdrawals.

Lab, course, and activity fees have been reviewed and reduced where appropriate and such adjustments are reflected, as applicable, on the Fall 2020 billing statement. Further reduction of lab, course, and other activity fees may be needed as the semester moves forward. 

Other required undergraduate fees will be assessed and adjusted as follows:

  • The technology fee remains unchanged and will, in part, supplement the investments made in classroom and other digital technology to accommodate hybrid and online coursework.
  • The fitness center fee, an otherwise required fee for full-time undergraduate students and optional fee for graduate students, will not be assessed for the fall semester. The University will endeavor to open and make available the Rudolf Fitness Center, subject to health and safety considerations, use limitations and protocols when the University is authorized to do so by the State of Washington and the Spokane Regional Health District.
  • Undergraduate students who have already been charged the fee will have it reversed in the next month.
Updated August 4, 2020
 
Housing and dining rates have been set for the academic year, and students will be billed accordingly.  This year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are asking students who leave Spokane County for Thanksgiving break not to return to Gonzaga’s campus until January when Spring Semester begins (courses will be delivered virtually for all students during this time).  Gonzaga will provide a credit, upon request, on the student’s account for the unused portion of room and board should students elect to leave at Thanksgiving and not return until the new semester.  The University will provide more information about the process to request this room and board credit in late September. Students requesting a credit will be unable to access their room or use meal plan options (excluding the use of Bulldog Bucks) from Thanksgiving until the new semester. This credit will apply only to those students who complete the application and associated steps to formally relinquish access to their room for the break (though all students who are returning for Spring semester may leave their belongings in their rooms.)

 

Students who do not leave Spokane County for Thanksgiving are welcome to stay on campus for the remainder of the fall semester. 

 

Should a public health or governmental authority order the closing of on-campus residence halls and University rental units for more than one week, the University may establish a proportional refund for applicable housing and dining plans, depending upon the specific circumstances.   

 

We recognize that many students depend upon employment for financial support. Student employment continues to be a priority as we listen to the needs of our students and follow the guidance provided by governmental agencies to identify safe work opportunities. We have diligently been monitoring the climate surrounding the upcoming fall semester and are working to outline the student employment options available.

At this time, we anticipate the availability of both on site and remote work options for students. We are working closely with departments across campus and local employers to identify their needs so we can connect students up with the available work opportunities for the fall semester. Recruitment efforts have been postponed while we continually gather new information, however, we expect the online job board in ZagsIgnite to be available August 12th. Please monitor your Zagmail and Morning Mail for helpful information and updates to guide you through your job search process. The job board will be updated as jobs become available, so please visit it regularly.

The Student Employment Office is committed to monitoring the guidance for updates during the everchanging times and keeping you informed. We would like to offer transparency with the following information:

  • A work study award provides you with the opportunity to secure a job to earn money and gain valuable work experience, but is not a guarantee of funding. The program is run on a first come, first served basis. To conduct your job search, visit Student Employment.
  • It is at the discretion of the Department of Education or the State of Washington to shift work study funds to grant opportunities for eligible students. This was an opportunity that was available during the spring 2020 semester, but we have not received guidance on this option thus far.

Student Employment is committed to providing impactful support for student work opportunities. Our goal is to be an enriching connection to the campus and local community resources. Please contact us with any questions you have.

 
We recognize this difficult time will have a serious impact on the income for many. Gonzaga’s Financial Aid Office is available to help. Please complete the Special Conditions Appeal form and send it to Financial Aid at finaid@gonzaga.edu.  You can learn more about the Special Conditions Appeal process here
 

Other Common Questions

Our faculty are preparing to offer their courses in an interactive “live” remote mode where possible, even if they have chosen face-to-face/in-person, or a hybrid teaching, approach. As such, it will be possible for students who wish to do so to pursue their studies remotely for Fall semester. Please contact your advisor to explore if distance delivery will work for your class schedule.

If you are unable to attend via distance delivery, students may defer admission for a semester or one academic year. Learn more about the deferment process.

Updated July 31, 2020

 

Every member of our community is expected to be an active participant in the effort to mitigate risk and protect one another.

As a Jesuit, Catholic, Humanistic institution, the University has confidence that community members will treat the situation in which we find ourselves with regard to COVID-19 seriously. It is critical that all of us are active participants in the work of mitigating transmission and conducting ourselves in a manner appropriate to this circumstance. Compliance with all required public health practices outlined in this Guide is expected of every member of our Gonzaga community.

During this time, the institution will have limited tolerance for conduct in violation of our community policies and expectations, which can be found in the Student Code of Conduct. Additionally, acknowledging the COVID-19 Notice & Acknowledgment of Student Risk document found in the Student Arrival & Return to Gonzaga Guide displays our commitment to upholding behaviors that work to maintain the health and safety of our campus.

For information about the University’s response to violations of the Student Code of Conduct, visit the Resolution Center for Student Conduct and Conflict website or email resolutioncenter@gonzaga.edu. Learn more about COVID-19 expectations and resolution responses, visit the Our Approach to COVID-19 section of the Resolution Center website.

Updated August 21, 2020

 

Questions and answers around Fall 2020 Study Abroad can be found here.

 

Yes, on a limited basis. Patrons will need to reserve the equipment they wish to use through Gonzaga’s IMLeagues software program. Locker rooms will be closed and the amount of equipment will be limited to meet safety standards and physical distancing protocols under state and local health department guidelines.

Fall 2020 RFC hour of operations:

Mon – Thur: 6am – 11pm
Friday: 6am – 10pm
Saturday: 9am – 6pm
Sunday: 9am – 10pm

 

If you change your plans, contact us as outlined below:

  • Courses: For a change in how you will attend courses, email your instructors directly. (For example, if you indicated you wanted to be on campus but now you wish to take courses online.)
  • Housing: For a change in your on-campus housing selection, please email housing@gonzaga.edu.
  • Enrollment: If you wish to withdraw from fall courses, please contact the Office of the Registrar at registrar@gonzaga.edu.
 

If your question hasn't been answered in this FAQ, please contact our University Call Center.