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Health professionals are vital to every community, making students in the School of Health Sciences at Gonzaga so important to our collective future. Join the effort to honor and further them by making a gift to the Dean's Excellence Fund today.

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Honor Health Professionals

Show your support for those in the health professions who have had an impact in your life — someone on your personal care team or a loved one who has dedicated their life to providing care and compassion for others — make a donation in their honor today.

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Further The Future

Today's students in the School of Health Sciences will be tomorrow's professionals, providing the education, care, and compassion every person needs. Giving to support their goals shows you care about your health and the lives of others. Make a gift today to further their dreams


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Student Spotlight 2024

Meet Sierra Martinsen ('24), Gonzaga's School of Health Sciences' Outstanding BSN Student Award recipient.


Mayberg Fellowship

Meet the inaugural Mayberg Undergraduate Endowed Fellowship recipient, human physiology major Nick Hutchison (’25).

Students working in the Human Physiology Lab.

The Evolution of Health Sciences

Follow the history of health sciences at Gonzaga from the 1930s to today.

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Meet Robin Pickering

Meet the chair and professor who's taking the lead in building Gonzaga's program in public health from the ground up.,

Yvonne Ejim

Meet human physiology major Yvonne Ejim

Human physiology major and West Coast Conference Player of the Year Yvonne Ejim's path to a career in medicine.

Nursing Programs Climb US News Rankings

Gonzaga's online nursing programs saw a significant rise in U.S. News and World Report rankings over the past year, a reflection of the University’s commitment to health science excellence.

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