Visit GU


Thinking about visiting the Gonzaga University campus?

We believe that visiting campus is the best way to see if Gonzaga is the right place for you. We offer Gonzaga Preview Days, along with individual visits with a large variety of events for you to schedule while spending time on our campus.  We have options for you to hear from current students, admission staff, and faculty and can tailor each visit to your specific needs and interests.

Step 1: Decide on a Date

Because our visit options vary based on the time of year, please be sure to check our Visit Calendar about what tours and events are offered when you are planning to visit.

For Group Visits: Visit our Group Visit page for more information on bringing your group to campus.

Step 2: Schedule your Visit

You can schedule a visit quickly by filling out our Visit Request form online. After you are scheduled, you will receive a confirmation email and/or phone call about the status of your visit.

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90-Minute Guided Campus Tour

A knowledgeable Gonzaga Student Ambassador, or Admission representative, will lead you through our beautiful 131-acre campus.  During the tour, you will see all of the main academic buildings - including, but not limited to: The Jepson School of Business, College Hall (College of Arts & Sciences), Hughes Hall (Biology/Chemistry), and Herak Center (School of Engineering and Applied Science).  Your tour guide may also take you through the Crosby Student Center, state-of-the-art Rudolf Fitness Center, a student resident hall, and Foley Library.  If you have specific areas or facilities you would like to see, please notify your tour guide.

Self-guided campus tours

For visitors who cannot attend a guided campus tour, we do offer a self-guided tour option.  Simply go to from any PC, MAC or mobile device to access videos, pictures and information about the buildings and programs at Gonzaga.  If you are on campus and exploring on your own you will see QR codes in the windows of many of our buildings around campus.  Scan these codes and a video about that building will pop up.  This is a great way to tour campus on your own!  Be sure to stop by the Admission Office, College Hall room 121 to pick up a campus map, academic brochures, and other Gonzaga publications.

Residence Hall Tour

A Gonzaga Ambassador will lead the group through a tour of differing residence hall options while on campus, possibly including a suite-style and/or traditional corridor-style options. Space is limited to deciding high school seniors in the spring.

Meet with an Admission Counselor

Learn more about the opportunities available to you as a Gonzaga student and allow the Admission staff to get to know you personally. This is an excellent time to discuss your academic and extracurricular interests, as well as financial aid and scholarship opportunities.

Attend a Class OR Meet with a Faculty Member

Do you know what you are interested in studying while in college?  Get a feeling for the academic experience available at Gonzaga by attending a college class in your area of interest, or ask to speak with Faculty Member to learn more about what the department has to offer our undergraduate students.  Please provide at least two weeks notice for class visits or faculty meetings so that we may have enough time to honor your request! Space is limited to high school juniors and seniors in the fall, and high school seniors in the spring.

Spend the Night

Experience residence hall life by staying overnight with a student host. Overnight visits are available Sunday through Thursday during the school year, excluding holidays. Availability is limited and overnight requests need to be submitted at least 2 weeks prior to visiting campus. Space is limited to high school juniors and seniors in the fall, and high school seniors in the spring.

Include Your Family

Selecting a college is often a family decision, which is why Gonzaga encourages parents and relatives to take part in the visit experience!  Your parents, family members, and friends are welcome on all aspects of your visit except class visits and spending the night on campus.

Bringing Your Parents Who Are Alumni?

If either or both of your parents are Gonzaga alumni and they are interested in getting a little more involved while on campus we encourage them to contact our Alumni Office.

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