COVID-19 Vaccination Required for Fall 2021 Semester

Gonzaga has announced that all campus-based undergraduate, graduate, and law students will be required to submit proof of full COVID-19 vaccination to participate in in-person, campus-based programs and activities, including eligibility to study abroad. Vaccination will also be required for all faculty, staff and administrators.

Learn more about vaccine requirements, including FAQs, links and instructions for uploading your vaccination status.

Let's all Vax Up and Zag On! Together, we can all get back to doing the things we love to do.

Important Information for Summer

  • Campus Mask Policy: The University will continue to require masks and social distancing requirements while on campus until further notice. 
  • Visiting Campus: All buildings on Gonzaga’s campus are still not open to the outside public for visiting. If you are visiting a specific department or Gonzaga community member, please speak with them directly about entry. As noted above, masks are required while visiting Gonzaga’s campus.
  • Vaccinations: Gonzaga is hosting vaccination clinics, in partnership with Providence Health Care. We encourage everyone to get vaccinated. More information is on the Vaccinations page.
  • Travel: Planning on traveling this spring or summer? Please review our Travel Guidance for students.

Zags: Help Keep Our Community Safe!

How to wear a mask properly
Spike (and the CDC) says: Masks should cover your mouth and nose!

With vaccines rolling out and summer in full swing, it's easy to forget we are still in a global pandemic.

However, it's critical that we keep wearing masks properly – and taking care of them – to help reduce the spread of the virus.


Essential Information

Dashboard on mobile phone

COVID-19 Dashboard

Regularly updated information on cumulative COVID-19 confirmed positives and current active positives.


Gonzaga University is partnering with Providence Health Care to offer free, on-campus COVID-19 vaccination clinics for Inland Northwest community residents age 16 and older.


Information on Gonzaga's current testing options and guidance for student, faculty and staff.

Important Message about Parties and Social Gatherings

Zags: On- or off-campus parties and social gatherings risk your health, the health of others in the Spokane community, and our ability to keep the Gonzaga campus open. Please heed this important message from President McCulloh.

ZagCheck Self Screening App

Student and employees Use ZagCheck to honor the shared commitment to care for ourselves and each other as we navigate the Fall Semester. (myGU login required)

Information for Campus Visitors

Visiting our campus looks a little different during Covid. Please follow these requirements and guidelines when you visit.

 Recent Updates

May 7, 2021

February – April 2021

  • Frequent updates to the information on our Testing and Vaccinations pages, as new information becomes available. 

March 10, 2021

  • Published latest COVID-19 Newsletter from the Kent Porterfield, Vice Provost for Student Affairs. 

February 24, 2021

  • Published latest COVID-19 Newsletter from the Kent Porterfield, Vice Provost for Student Affairs. 

February 23, 2021

February 19, 2021

February 15, 2021

February 11, 2021

January 27, 2021

January 12, 2021

  • Added announcements from Kent Porterfield and Susan Lee with important information for Spring Semester return for graduate and law students

January 8, 2021

  • Added announcements from Kent Porterfield with important information for Spring Semester return for undergraduate students

December 30

December 16

  • Published latest COVID-19 Newsletter from the Kent Porterfield, Vice Provost for Student Affairs. 

December 15

December 7

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