Deeply seeded values, motivations, and beliefs guide our everyday decision making in small and large ways. “Live Your Values Everyday” (LYVE) is a small group workshop that uses the Personal Values Assessment to help students reflect on these beliefs and values thereby translating unconscious motivators into living a more committed and authentic life.
There is no need to register for LYVE. Below is the workshop schedule for the Spring 2020 semester. All workshops are scheduled for 1 hour. You must complete the Personal Values Assessment before participating in a LYVE workshop. The assessment takes approximately 1 hour to complete. For a copy of the assessment, please contact us by emailing email@example.com.
Spring 2020 LYVE Workshop Schedule:
- Tuesday, January 21 at 3:30pm in Crosby Center 016
Wednesday, January 29 at 1pm in Crosby Center 209
Tuesday, February 4 at 3:30pm in Crosby Center 016
Wednesday, February 12 at 1pm in Crosby Center 209
Tuesday, February 18 at 3:30pm in Crosby Center 202
Wednesday, February 26 at 1pm in Crosby Center 209
Tuesday, March 3 at 3:30pm in Crosby Center 016
Wednesday, March 18 at 1pm in Crosby Center 209
Tuesday, March 24 at 3:30pm in Crosby Center 016
Wednesday, April 1 at 1pm in Crosby Center 209
Tuesday, April 7 at 3:30pm in Crosby Center 016
Wednesday, April 15 at 1pm in Crosby Center 209
Tuesday, April 21 at 3:30pm in Crosby Center 016
Wednesday, April 29 at 1pm in Crosby Center 209
The Jesuit concept of "magis" centers around a devotion to the pursuit of a better choice, a better path, and a better way of living in service to God and the common good of others. After being assigned a Magis conversation through a conduct process a trained facilitator will work one on one with the student to help them reflect on their choices and explore options for a better and more critically discerned way forward in the Gonzaga community. Contact the Resolution Center to be connected with a Magis facilitator.
False Identification Workshop
The False Identification Workshop educates students on the laws and policies of Washington State and Gonzaga surrounding the manufacturing, purchasing or use of false identification. This workshop provides tools for students to better understand their values through reflect and the development of an action plan to better identify what is important to them. Contact the Resolution Center to request more information.
As a member of Gonzaga community students are obligated to abide by the Student Code of Conduct. Students sometimes express confusion in their conduct processes about what is expected of them while they are students at Gonzaga. RECAP is an online interactive experience that’s purpose is to educate students about Gonzaga’s Student Code of Conduct. Upon completion of RECAP students should have a better understanding of the Code of Conduct and how to ensure their behavior does not violate the Student Code of Conduct again. Contact the Resolution Center to request access.
Students who have repeatedly violated University policy or could benefit from extensive and individualized attention regarding decision making appropriate for the Gonzaga community may be assigned Integritas. Students assigned to this outcome will be able to identify and articulate person, and Jesuit values, demonstrate critical reflection on their decision making practices and develop goals and an action plan to achieve those goals. Students in Integritas meet weekly for five weeks and then present a final project after their 5th class on their “way of proceeding”. Contact the Resolution Center to request more information.
Alcohol and Other Drugs
The Office of Health Promotion provides opportunities for students to reflect on and discuss the role substance use plays in their life. Visit the Office of Health Promotion website to learn more about the workshops.