The John & Joan Bollier Family Center for Integrated Science & Engineering
The John & Joan Bollier Family Center for Integrated Science & Engineering is the newest facility serving the entire Gonzaga campus, bringing together the College of Arts & Sciences and the School of Engineering and Applied Science under one roof. With Herak, PACCAR, and the Hughes Science building, Bollier completes a campus STEM Complex, encouraging students of all disciplines to work together. Arts & Sciences faculty and labs in the new facility include Biology, Chemistry & Biochemistry, Mathematics and Psychology.
The Gonzaga University Urban Arts CenterThe Gonzaga University Urban Arts Center (GUUAC) is a collaborative urban arts space located in the heart of downtown Spokane, Washington.
Hughes HallHughes Hall was constructed in 1961, and has been home to innovation in science on GU's campus. Since then, the building has doubled in size, and in significance, housing labs and classrooms for Biology, and Chemistry & Biochemistry departments.
The Humanities Building
The Humanities Building started its life as the Jesuit residence and chapel. It now houses the Arts & Sciences Dean's Office and our English and Religious Studies departments. In 2019 the building was remodeled, including a full remodel of the former chapel area into an academic space that now features a podcasting studio and classroom designed for virtual reality presentations.
The Jundt Art Museum
The Jundt Art Museum includes the Jundt Galleries, a 2,800 square-foot gallery that can be divided into several exhibition spaces; the Arcade Gallery, a 1,288 square-foot lobby for exhibitions, and the Chancellor's Room, a 1,450 square-foot exhibition lounge. The Museum also includes the Print Study Room for Gonzaga's print collection.
The Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center
The Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center welcomes Spokane-area audiences to year-round music, theatre, and dance performances by Gonzaga students and faculty, regional performers and arts organizations, and national artists and productions.The new Center was made possible through an extraordinary $55 million gift from the late Miss Myrtle Woldson. Through her generosity and love for the arts, Miss Woldson has provided a state-of-the-art facility where the Gonzaga community and people of Spokane can learn, create, share, and enjoy the performing arts.