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College of

Arts & Sciences

The College develops people for others, ready to face the intellectual, vocational and spiritual challenges of today and tomorrow.

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Senior Spotlights

Gus Ringo (’24) is part of a unique club that can say they’ve worked in the COG and the United States Capitol. Learn more about Gus's time as a legislative intern for the House of Representatives and how that impacted his studies as a Political Science major and Communication Studies minor.

Read more senior stories to find out what the class of 2024 has been up to and where they are headed.

Mullan Road Elementary School fourth-grade teacher Amy Pontarolo, lower right, snaps a picture of her students on the Red Wagon after they participated in an Expo ’74 field trip to Riverfront Park on Tuesday. Fourth-grade students from around the city toured eight sites.  (DAN PELLE/THE SPOKESMAN-REVIEW)

Zags Create Community Connection

Gonzaga students and faculty from the College of Arts & Sciences and School of Education have teamed up with Spokane Public Schools to connect 4th and 7th grade students with Spokane's Expo '74 history. Dr. Ray Rast, Associate Professor of History, and Dr. John Traynor, Associate Professor of Education, along with their students. Learn more about this exciting collaboration:


Photo Credit: Dan Pelle, The Spokesman-Review

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Support Arts & Sciences Students

The College of Arts and Sciences at Gonzaga is supported by the generosity of Zags just like you. Thanks to donations from families, alumni, faculty, staff, friends and more, the College is empowered to provide a distinctive, Jesuit, liberal arts education that inspires graduates to pursue a better world.

Contact the College of Arts & Sciences

AD Box 89
502 E. Boone Avenue
Spokane, WA 99258-0089