Welcome to Virtual GEL 2021!
A welcome message from GEL Student Coordinator Tyler Gonzalez ('21).
Using an English Degree in the Future
Four Gonzaga alumni share how they've used their English degrees in a variety of fields and projects.
Making Comparisons in Your College Decision
Sophia Howe ('22) shares some of the important comparisons students should make when choosing where to attend college.
Interested in working on campus? There are many opportunities that will help you earn some money and learn valuable time management skills.
What I Wish I Knew Before Becoming a Zag
The Visit Office Hosts share some of the information and tips they wish they knew before starting at GU.
Undergraduate Research at GU
Students interested in research at the undergraduate level will find many opportunities to explore at Gonzaga.
How to thrive (not just survive!) in your first semester of college
Starting college can be daunting, but these three students offer their advice to make the transition easier.
COVID-Friendly Winter Activities in Spokane
Learn about some safe ways to get out and enjoy the Spokane area during the COVID-19 winter.
What You Need to Know about Transfer Credit
Get into the nitty-gritty details about transfer credit from Audrey Minton, our transfer counselor.
A New Year and Sneak Preview: DICE Spring 2021 Calendar
Gonzaga's office of Diversity, Inclusion, Community, & Equity (DICE) has some exciting events on the calendar for Spring 2021!
Study Tips for Finals Week
Finals week can seem scary, but here are some tips to make studying at the end of the semester easier and less stressful.
Tips for Living with a Roommate
The Visit Office Hosts share their tips and advice for living successfully with a roommate.
Well-Rounded: Cameron Orth ('21)
Cameron is a perfect example of a balanced Gonzaga student. From Setons to New Venture Lab, she does it all.
A Leader for Students: Fese Elango ('21)
Fese is leading the Gonzaga student body in a way she never thought she'd have to, and she's taking it one day at a time.
Jack of All Trades: Kayla Crow ('21)
Kayla is a triple major and no three majors are alike. She sees both the data-driven aspects of life as well as the most humanistic aspects.