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Connect with Others on Inauguration Day

Several Gonzaga departments offer space to members of the campus community to connect and dialogue...

2021 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Here are activities and reflections for the Gonzaga community

A New Year and Sneak Preview: DICE Spring 2021 Calendar

Gonzaga's office of Diversity, Inclusion, Community, & Equity (DICE) has some exciting events on...

By the Numbers


Faiths represented on campus


Female Faculty
(Fall 2019)


Students of Color
(Undergraduate, Fall 2019)


First Generation Students
(Undergraduate, Fall 2019)

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Tribal Land Acknowledgement

In the spirit of the Jesuit practice of composition of place, we acknowledge that Gonzaga University resides on the homelands of the Spokane Tribal People.

This land holds the cultural DNA and the Spirit of the First People of this place: “The People of the River.” It is their Ancestors who are here and bring forth the power of this place—the knowledge that comes from the land.

We are grateful to be on this land and ask for its support as we work to manifest our intentions during this gathering of hearts, minds, and spirits.

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