Campus Security and Public Safety (CSPS)

Campus Security and Public Safety (CSPS) jurisdiction.

Primary jurisdiction over enforcement of federal immigration laws rest with the federal government and not with Campus Security and Public Safety (CSPS) or any state or local enforcement agency. CSPS is committed to providing service that strives to ensure a safe and secure environment in which members of Gonzaga’s diverse community can fully embrace the University’s mission. Community trust and cooperation are essential for CSPS to effectively and positively contribute to our community. The limited resources of CSPS should not be diverted from this mission.

Undocumented Community Support Coalition is available to help Gonzaga Students during the Holidays. If you arrive at Spokane Greyhound station, and are unable to get a ride back to campus during the Holidays, GU students can utilize the University Safe Ride program by calling 509-313-2222. While Campus Security (CSPS) officers cannot act on behalf of students, or interfere with ICE officers, they can be available for emergency transportation. Students do not need to share any information, they simply need to say, it is an emergency and they need assistance getting back to campus. Students will need to provide their name to CSPS in order to confirm they are a student prior to dispatching a Safe Ride (which is an Uber ride paid for by the University).

There will be very limited office hours covered during the Holidays as campus is closed Dec 21st – Dec 25th, and then Dec 28th – Jan 1st . In an emergency situation, please call the following numbers:

Washington Immigrant Solidarity Network (WAISN):1-844-724-3737

Kenji Linane-Booey, Admission Counselor, and Undocumented Student Support Coalition Chair: 509.313.6285

Raymond Reyes Ph.D., Associate Provost, and Chief Diversity Officer; Office of the Provost & Senior Vice President: 509.313.6550

If you are not a Gonzaga student, but are looking for travel related help, call the Washington Immigrant Solidarity Network on 1-844-724-3737, and here is a link to the ‘Know Your Rights’ card en Español, and in English.

During the Holidays, if you prefer to avoid the Spokane Greyhound Station the Statewide Intercity Bus Network map can be viewed here: Map of inter-city bus routes in Washington State


These are the routes out of Spokane on Greyhound, Northwest Trailways, and Jefferson Lines, showing the first stop along the route (all routes are regularly scheduled, running 7 days a week). 


Greyhound to Seattle via Moses Lake and Ellensburg
Lv Spokane 11:35 am / Ar Moses Lake 1:25 pm (no Ritzville stop)
Lv Spokane 6:30 pm / Ar Moses Lake 8:20 pm (no Ritzville stop)


Greyhound to Portland via Pasco, Dalles, Hood River

Lv Spokane 11:35 am / Ar Pasco 1:55 pm (no Ritzville stop)


Greyhound to Pasco via Moses Lake, Ellensburg (transfer), Yakima, Sunnyside, ending in Pasco

Lv Spokane 11:35 am / Ar Moses Lake 1:25 pm



Northwest Trailways

Spokane to Pullman/Moscow and points south via Colfax
Lv Spokane 6:30 am / Ar Colfax 7:30 am
Lv Spokane 5:45 pm / Ar Colfax 6:50 pm



Spokane to Seattle and Tacoma via Moses Lake, Wenatchee, Everett, Seattle, SeaTac, Tacoma
Lv Spokane 8:50 am / Ar Pullman 9:45 am 



Jefferson Lines

Spokane to Missoula and points east via Coeur d’Alene and Kellogg
Lv Spokane 5:45 am / Ar Coeur d’Alene 6:25 am
Lv Spokane 5:30 pm / Ar Coeur d’Alene 6:20 pm



This does not include:
Gold Line - Spokane to Kettle Falls and points in between