Mary Joan Hahn Hired as Director of Public, Community Relations
Mary Joan Hahn was hired as director of community and public relations.
School of Business Offers New Hybrid-Model MBA in Healthcare Management
The School of Business Administration developed a new hybrid model for its MBA in Healthcare Management Program.
Road to GU's 125th Anniversary: A Look Back at 1980-81
A look back at what was occurring at GU from 1980 through 1981.
GU Students Preview Careers through Treks
GU recently completed its 9th annual Portland Trek and 10th annual Seattle Trek to help students and alumni develop their careers.
Thayne McCulloh to be Inaugurated as GU's 26th President
Dr. Thayne McCulloh will inaugurated at GU's 26th president.
GU Ranked No 4 Best in Region 17th for Engineering
GU was ranked No. 4 best regional university in the West (tie), No. 2 for alumni giving and engineering program ranked No. 17 (tie) nationwide.
Huetter Mansion Becomes New Home 'Front and Center' for Alumni Association
The Huetter Mansion will now serve as the home for the Gonzaga Alumni Association.
PACCAR Earns Gold for 'Green' Building Design
PACCAR Center for Applied Science received the "Gold" certification from the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rating system.
Crosby Home Assumes New Role
Crosby House will be restored and debut this Fall as the Alumni Association's new campus home.
Alumnus Jeff Rosick's Name Bright in 'Friday Night Lights'
Alumnus Jeff Rosick landed a co-starring role in the NBC TV series "Friday Night Lights."
GU Receives Full NCAA Division I Certification
The NCAA Division I Committee on Athletics Certification announced GU as one of 12 institutions to be fully certified.
GU's MBA Program Ranked No. 58 in Nation
U.S. News & World Report ranked Master of Business Administration (MBA) program No. 58 in the nation for part-time programs.
Benefactors Don and Carol Herak Honored at 3rd Ignatian Gala
Philanthropists Don and Carol Herak were honored with the Ignatian Spirit Award at the third Ignatian Gala.