Masked and unmasked students mingle around campus.

Zag On: COVID-19 Resources

 Department of Health Care-a-Van Vaccine Clinic

The COVID-19 and Moneypox (MPC) vaccine clinic returns next Friday, December 9 from 12 p.m.–4 p.m. in the Hemmingson Center Ballroom. This is the last chance before winter break to make sure you're boosted and ready for any gatherings with family or friends. If you have others in your household, this clinic is open for them to get boosted too!:

Important Notes:

  • Pre-registration option is avail able, however, walk-ins are welcome!
  • Pre-registration links:
  • Pfizer and Moderna available, including bivalent boosters.
  • Jynneos available, must wait at least 28 days between first and second shots.
    • There will be a clinic in January to accommodate students who received their first shot in November.
  • No ID or insurance is required.

* Please bring your vaccine card/record or visit https://waverify.doh.wa.gov/ to get a copy sent to your phone. If you do not have this on the day of the clinic, records can be looked up at registration.

COVID-19 Protocols for Fall 2022 Semester

The University announced several changes to Gonzaga's plans and protocols regarding COVID-19 prior to the Fall 2022 semester. Some of these were continuations from the Spring 2022 semester and some were updated given current CDC guidance. 

Read the full message for more information.

Masking Policy for Fall 2022

At this time, a University-wide masking requirement is not being implemented, although this is subject to change. There also may be certain locations or situations where masks may still be required. Additionally, individuals may choose wear a mask at any time, for any reason, free from harassment or questioning.

Read the full announcement for full details. 

Event and Visitor Guidance

Our event and visitor guidelines have been updated, with many prior restrictions lifted or altered. Visit our Campus Visitor Guidelines page for the latest information.

Supporting the Mental Health of Our Community 

Under even the most ordinary circumstances, college is stressful. The COVID-19 pandemic has amplified the ways that academic pursuits, physical health, personal and family issues can contribute to the mental health challenges that many of us experience.

We're here to help. Learn how we are supporting the mental health of our students and community

Essential Information

Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to some of the most common questions about the University's COVID-19 response, including vaccine requirements for Fall 2021.

COVID-19 Vaccine Requirements

Proof of full COVID-19 vaccination is required prior to the start of Fall 2022 semester. Get more information and instructions for submitting your vaccination status.

Testing

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