Museums and Libraries

Gonzaga has two major libraries and two primary museums on campus.

The Foley Center Library was completed in 1992, and offers a variety of information resources, including more than 300,000 bound volumes, video tapes, CDs and DVDs, newspapers, magazines and scholarly journals, and over 13,000 reference sources and online indexes and databases. Foley Center serves undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and the community.

The Chastek Library serves the Law School and the public, and is located in the Law School Building. Both libraries may be linked from the Foley Library link to the left.

The Jundt Art Museum, built in 1995, is one of the largest fine arts museum in the Inland Northwest. At any one time three different exhibits are on display, in the Jundt Galleries,in the Arcade Gallery and in the Chancellor's Room.

The Crosby Student Center is home of the Crosbyana Room where more than 200 pieces from Gonzaga's extensive collection of Bing Crosby artifacts are on display. "The Crooner" is a Gonzaga alumnus.