ZagCheck Self-Screening App

We hold paramount the health, safety and welfare of every member of our community and ZagCheck is a key piece of that process.  

The ZagCheck Self-Screening App allows for self-screening of key health factors related to COVID-19. It can be accessed via a mobile device through the Microsoft Power Apps Mobile app or a web browser at

Review these instructions or watch the video below to complete your screening.

Purpose of ZagCheck

ZagCheck helps us to honor the shared commitment we acknowledged to each other in the return to campus plan and guides for students, staff and faculty: to care for ourselves and each other. This is especially important as we begin to return more people to campus for the Fall semester.

The information provided in ZagCheck assists the COVID-19 Action Response Team (CART), including our Contact Tracers, in managing our response to COVID-19. The ZagCheck app and our contract tracing process provides for strict confidentiality and privacy of your data.

Health & Safety Requirement

Students, faculty, and staff are all required to self-screen for symptoms of COVID-19 on ZagCheck. The screening questions asked vary depending upon who is doing the certification. ZagCheck then walks the user through a process that asks whether they are exhibiting any symptoms typically associated with COVID-19.

  • Students, except for fully remote students living outside Spokane, are asked to certify daily, (including on weekends).
  • Staff and faculty are asked to certify before coming to campus or beginning work, regardless of whether work is performed on or off-campus.

After completing the screening process, ZagCheck advises users whether they are permitted to be on campus or if they need to stay home. Notifications occur via the app, email, or text message. If someone is advised to stay at home, the contact tracing process will begin. Contact tracers will then reach out to the individual to provide direction.

ZagCheck Tutorial

This video tutorial shows how to use ZagCheck.



  • If you have questions about the self-screening process, call the COVID-19 Hotline at (509) 313-7070 to reach the Gonzaga COVID-19 Action Response Team (CART) with questions about the symptom screening process.
  • If you have questions about troubleshooting the installation or use of ZagCheck, refer to this additional documentation.