An Entire Community in One Classroom
The Zag Nation Classroom in the Bollier Center honors the impact of all who give in support of Gonzaga students.
Their Legacy is Gonzaga's Future
Gonzaga is honored and grateful to have received estate gifts over the past year supporting students in remarkable ways.
Introducing the John and Joan Bollier Family Center for ...
When it opens its doors in Fall 2021, the John and Joan Bollier Family Center for Integrated Science and Engineering will play a critical role in...
Class of 2021 'Cleared for Takeoff'
Gonzaga honored graduates of the Class of 2021 at five in-person ceremonies for its 128th commencement exercises May 8-9 at Mead School District’s...
New Priorities Foundation Supports Gonzaga's New Climate Center
Gonzaga University is honored and grateful to have received a significant gift from the New Priorities Foundation in support of its recently...
Forged and Formed at Gonzaga
How Scott ('90) and Glorilyn ('90) Maw are paying forward the impact of their Gonzaga education to the next generation of innovators.
Alumna Michelle Paulin Serves in Diplomatic Role at Tokyo Olympics
Michelle “Missy” Paulin (’98) is delighted to be in Tokyo serving as a U.S. diplomat at the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games this summer.
Opening Minds to Approach Complex Problems
How Dr. Steve ('67) and Marge Brenneke are improving Gonzaga students' ability to collaborate across disciplines in science and engineering.
Showing Up to Empower Future Engineers
What inspired Gonzaga Regent Joe Lincoln ('88) to show up in support of the Integrated Science and Engineering facility
Seven Zags and a Significant Impact
How Jerry Abrams ('07) was inspired to support Gonzaga students through the Integrated Science and Engineering facility.
Stronger Together Supporting the ISE
Mike ('63) and Sunny ('65) Strong share why showing up to support the Integrated Science and Engineering facility at GU was important to them.
One Zag's Special Message of Gratitude
His parents taught him to "do the best with the gifts you're given," so Nicholas is doing exactly that with the gifts from Zag Nation.
They Give and Serve Because of Those Who Never Could
How George Gonzalez ('07) and Don Hackney ('69) serve and give to carry forth the legacy of three Zags who lost their lives.
Showing Up to Share the Zag Experience
How a Gonzaga business grad's significant support for STEM will have an impact on Zags in all fields of study.
There Will Always Be Need in the World
Gonzaga 1973 engineering alumnus Fred Reinel shares why showing up for others is such an important part of life.