Campus COVID-19 Vaccination & Requirements Update
On July 8, University leadership announced that Gonzaga will continue to require all campus-based undergraduate, graduate, and law students to submit proof of full COVID-19 vaccination (along with other required vaccines) to participate in in-person, campus-based programs and activities, including eligibility to study abroad, during the Academic Year 2022-2023.
Additionally, all students, regardless of in-person vs. online status, must review and sign the 2022-2023 Acknowledgment of Risk form upon logging into ZagWeb (GU login required).
Event and Visitor Guidance
Our campus event and visitor guideline were updated March 22. While our mitigation efforts have been successful to date, we recognize that COVID-19 behaves unpredictably and that we could see upticks in case counts in the future, so these protocols are subject to change.
We will continue to lean on the guidance of our public health partners and will share any updates on changes in restrictions or processes if any new decisions are made by University leadership.
As of March 26, Gonzaga is using a multi-faceted approach to indoor mask-wearing. Masks are generally not required on campus, however, there are certain locations or spaces which may require them. Thus, students, faculty, staff and contractors are advised to carry a mask at all times on campus, in case it is needed to enter a specific location or space. The University will continue to make masks available in numerous locations.
In accordance with State law, any individual has the right to wear a mask for any reason, without explanation, in or on any campus facility or location, free of harassment or questioning. This includes any environment where the wearing of masks is considered optional by others.
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.