Many admitted students ask us when the best time to visit campus is or what is the best way to learn more. Explore our admitted student visit & event opportunities in the drop-down list below.
In-Person & Virtual Options for Admitted Students
Gonzaga Experience Live, or GEL, is our annual admitted students’ event. GEL will be April 9, 2022. This on-campus event is a great opportunity to immerse yourself in GU in a variety of ways with information specifically for admitted students and families. GEL provides opportunities to connect with professors, current Gonzaga students, and staff.
Taking a campus tour is a great way to experience Gonzaga. We offer campus tours and information sessions most Mondays – Fridays and on some Saturdays.
Attend a Preview Day at Gonzaga! Spend an entire day on campus while interacting with current Zags, Gonzaga faculty, and Admission staff. You will learn about Gonzaga, our academic programs, student life, resources, financial aid, and what it means to Be A Zag.
Join us at celebrations of your achievements! Each event will provide an informative presentation covering questions we know admitted students have about Gonzaga. There will also be chances to ask your own questions, connect with current Zags, and to win some Zag swag! We look forward to connecting with you.
We have many virtual programs and opportunities for admitted students!
- Information sessions
- Student panels
- Meetings with admission counselors, faculty, and current students
- Admitted student Webinars on being an admitted student, financial aid, and housing
- Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Preview Day
To register for virtual programming, go to www.gonzaga.edu/virtualgonzaga.
Join the Office of Admission and Office of Financial Aid for a financial aid webinar designed specifically for admitted students. Gonzaga University is dedicated to helping students and families access resources to help fund their education, and our Financial Aid counselors are committed to providing excellent service to our students and families, whether that’s assisting with the FAFSA, creating payment plans, or walking through financial aid offers.
This virtual event is designed to help newly admitted and prospective BIPOC, first generation, and LGBTQ+ students discover and experience what Gonzaga University has to offer. This event will allow students to engage with faculty, staff, and current Zags who understand, relate to, and work to support diverse students at Gonzaga.