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Readers Care

Words and photos have power. They move us to connect, to discuss, to ponder, to give. This is where Gonzaga readers respond.

Immersion Impact

A graduate-level immersion experience in Colombia led alumni to create a nonprofit to benefit grassroot community development. All kinds of immersions leave all kinds of lifelong impacts on participants.

Support the Center for Community Engagement’s immersion opportunities (like Mission:Possible, Justice in January, and more) for undergraduate students through the Fund for Gonzaga.

 

Pilgrimage

“When you pray, move your feet.”

That has been the foundation of Pilgrimage’s long-held tradition at Gonzaga.

  • Experience the 50th Pilgrimage (2019) through this short video. 

  • Contribute your own Pilgrimage reflection for an online collection; just email editor@gonzaga.edu
  • Help continue this tradition with a gift to support Mission & Ministry through the Fund for Gonzaga. 

 

Open for Business

The School of Business Administration turns 100 in 2021.

Were you a business student? Tell us your favorite business professors, what most impacted your education, and what you’ve enjoyed most in your business career. Email editor@gonzaga.edu

Be part of the School’s future! 

 

Alumni Affinity

Memories & More 

We know you have stories to tell: Memories of professors who made a difference; lessons learned in your career journey; fun times at your local alumni chapter events. Send your story ideas to the editor

  • Were you a scholarship recipient? Pay it forward with a gift to the Zag Scholarship Fund

 

Double the Impact of Science & Engineering

The Integrated Science and Engineering building, opening in fall 2021, will add more than 82,000 square feet to classroom and laboratory education for science, technology, engineering and math disciplines.

Your gift to this facility will be matched by a group of generous donors, doubling your donation.

 

Florence on My Mind

Next up in Gonzaga Magazine: a feature on Florence. If you have memories (and photos!) you'd like to share about your Italian learning experiences, tell us!