Virtual Campus Tour

Welcome to Gonzaga! Our community is known both for our hospitality and inclusivity. Because in-person opportunities to walk the campus are limited due to COVID-19 safety measures, we have created this virtual tour to provide a window into the physical plant as well as major subjects of interest to prospective students and their families. Go Eagles!
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1. Welcome to Gonzaga! 
We are pleased to have you join us virtually on Gonzaga's campus in the heart of Washington, D.C. To kick things off, you will meet Mr. Andrew Battaile, Gonzaga's Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid and an alumnus from the Class of 1990.
2. Admissions and Financial Aid
Mr. Battaile introduces office staff plus offers an overview of our admissions process. This includes deadlines and what we look for in our applicants. Learn more about Gonzaga's Office of Admissions and Financial Aid.
3. Campus Ministry
Through retreats, service opportunities, and sacramental life, the Campus Ministry office supports the spiritual development of every Gonzaga student.  They help the school fulfill its mission of creating Men for and with Others. Learn more about Campus Ministry.

4. Sheehy Theater
Take a peek inside Sheehy Theater, the oldest, continually-operating theater in the old federal city of Washington. In 2013, the 800-seat theater was completely renovated, incorporating a two-story Theater Arts Center with a set construction shop, rehearsal space, and more. Learn more about the arts at Gonzaga.
5.  Arrupe Commons
The Arrupe Commons is a student-centric space where our young men can relax, do homework, and hang out with friends. Host to events before, during, and after school, the Commons is a central and active campus spot.

6. Athletics
An optional extracurricular activity, the athletics program at Gonzaga helps to educate the whole person—mind, body, and spirit. Here, you'll take a look inside our gymnasium, called the Carmody Center, as well as the Sheridan Strength and Conditioning Center. Learn more about Athletics.
7. Courtyard and Academic Buildings
We'll take a walk through Gonzaga's courtyard, passing by the Father McKenna Center, a social service agency serving homeless men from the basement of St. Aloysius Church, and the Gonzaga Jesuit Residence, home to 16 Jesuits. On the other side of the courtyard, you'll find Reusch and Cantwell Halls, our main academic buildings.

8. Student Life and Diversity
Meet Mr. Jim Kilroy, Gonzaga's Dean of Students, and Mr. Devon Leary, our Director of Diversity, who will talk about student life on Eye Street. Learn more about student life.

9. Curriculum
Gonzaga's rigorous curriculum is designed not only to prepare students for college and beyond, but to instill a love of learning that helps them pursue their passions and academic interests to the fullest. Gonzaga Headmaster Mr. Tom Every offers more information about our academics and course of study. Learn more about Gonzaga's curriculum.

10. Distance Learning
The coronavirus pandemic has created unprecedented challenges for schools around the world. Here, Mr. Every offers an overview of Gonzaga's best-in-class distance and hybrid learning programs, as well as a peak at the new video technology we installed in all of our classrooms in advance of the 2020-2021 school year.

11. Welcome from the President
Gonzaga's President Father Stephen W. Planning, S.J., offers a special welcome to prospective students.

12. St. Aloysius Church
Our tour concludes inside the Great Church of St. Aloysius Gonzaga--a sacred space that holds a special place in the hearts of all Gonzaga students and alumni.

Educating young men in the Jesuit tradition since 1821