How to Zag Summer Series

As you gear up for your incoming year at Gonzaga, learn more about resources and departments across campus! Join us via Zoom to learn more about student life, ask questions and hear from current students on a variety of topics. 

Make sure to register!  
Learn about taking individual music lessons or taking group class in guitar, piano, or voice for newcomers. Meet some of our 28 passionate teachers, learn about their creative backgrounds, how they’re making music during COVID, and bring your questions about taking lessons in college.



During this time we will participate in an open Q&A session. We will be going over everything you need to know about the BRIDGE program on important dates, safety pre-cautions, what the program will look like, and answer any questions you may have.


Stretch your body and your spirit! This guided session brings together a simple yoga sequence along with elements of Ignatian Spirituality with a simple yoga sequence. What are the Spiritual Exercises? The Spiritual Exercises were written by St. Ignatius of Loyola and are a set of meditations, prayers, and contemplative practices intended to draw a person into deeper relationship with God and into greater service of the common good. No previous yoga experience required; mat optional but not required. At the end of the session, you’ll have a chance to hear more about the Office of Mission and Ministry and how you can get involved.


Learn about leadership development opportunities offered through Gonzaga’s Payne Center for Leadership Development.


The session will introduce you to your BSN Academic Advisor, the BSN Program Coordinator, and the Associate Dean of Undergraduate Nursing. A brief outline of being a Zag BSN student to get some thoughts started then lots of time for your questions.


Gonzaga Honors Program: Find out about our Living Learning Community, plans for the Week of Welcome, learn about our new course offerings! Meet Dr. Linda Tredennick, Director of the Gonzaga Honors Program, and ask questions about the program in light of  COVID-19 and other recent events.


Minoring or majoring in music is a rich way to expand your musical experiences, prepare for a professional career, and even enrich your resume! Meet music advisors and other potential music minors & majors; we’ll explore coursework and opportunities for majors and minors after graduation.


The Examen is a cornerstone reflective practice of Ignatian and Jesuit spirituality. The prayer, generally in 5 parts, offers the practitioner an opportunity to stop, pause, and reflect on God’s love made manifest in each moment. This practice is a guided walkthrough of the traditional prayer with a contemporary emphasis on breath and body awareness while reflecting on God’s love through the 5 senses. Afterward we will share on the reflective experience and learn a bit about one another and the work of the Office of Mission and Ministry.


Join First Year Experience Programs for the final Q&A prior to arrival for Fall 2020. We will review New Student Orientation, move-in, and fall semester plans. 


Student success topics related to academic advising, degree progression, major discernment, academic integrity, learning strategies resources including coaching and peer tutoring, and disability services.


The Music and Theatre & Dance Departments present a sneak peek to 2020-2021 performances. Discover how you can experience Zags’ Creative Passion as an audience or performer! For Students & Family Members.