Empowering students to be active and independent learners
in pursuit of their academic success.
In this time of change and challenging circumstances, we want to support you and your academic efforts!
Please see this Academic Support Guide for success in an online learning environment. *Details will be added to this guide as they continue to develop.*
These are unprecedented times for Gonzaga University staff, faculty and students. The Center provides virtual resources to help students towards a successful end to their spring semester as well as assistance in planning for the upcoming Fall semester.
Please review our information below to learn more about our services, how these resources are accessible to you via distance, and how to connect with us no matter where you are! While we are not able to offer in-person sessions at this time, we are still here for you via Zoom, Phone or Email!
Academic Advising & Assistance: Professional advisors provide developmental academic advising across GU curriculums. We assist students on a variety of topics, including, but not limited to:
- academic planning
- policy clarifications
- procedure navigation
- academic management in times of crisis
- transitional advising for students between majors
- academic option navigation when things don’t go as planned
- general advising questions
- course withdrawal advising sessions
- change of major and/or minor
Learning Strategies: Peer tutors and professional Learning Specialists are available to provide continued tutoring and academic coaching sessions including:
- subject specific tutoring
- time management and organization planning
- academic skills in studying, notetaking, reading, testing and more
You can schedule one of these appointments by visiting our website for more options.
Disability Access: The Professional staff are continuing the role of disability accommodation plan creation for all Gonzaga students with disabilities and student employees. Disability Access also supports faculty and staff in implementation of those accommodation plans.
We will be offering virtual or phone meetings to continue business as usual – please call
509-313-4134 to set up a meeting. You may also contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Disability Access will be offering support tools for students, faculty and staff on our website.