Gonzaga will follow the decision of the Montgomery County Public School system for a weather-related closing or delay on Thursday, November 15. If Montgomery County Public Schools cancel classes, Gonzaga's classes are also cancelled. If Montgomery County has a delayed opening of any length, classes at Gonzaga will begin at 9:30am.
Gonzaga is located a few blocks from Union Station at 19 Eye Street, off North Capitol and in between H and K Streets, NW.
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If You're Coming By Car
Please note that Eye Street is not a through street off North Capitol—you can only enter Gonzaga’s campus from 1st Street, NW, between H and K Streets. When you pull onto campus, you’ll see a traffic circle and a gated entrance. Continue around the circle and follow signs to the underground parking garage, where there are eight visitor spots (parking spots numbered 230-239). If you have questions, a member from our fantastic security team will be happy to help you.
If You're Coming By Metro
The closest stop is Union Station on the Metro’s Red line. The pedestrian entrance to campus is located at North Capitol and I Street (between St. Aloysius Church and Buchanan Field).
The garage is open from 7 AM until 10 PM daily. There is a security guard stationed in the garage from 2 PM until 10 PM daily. During the school day, Gonzaga’s security guards patrol the garage at regular intervals, and there are security cameras throughout the garage that record all activity. There are also call boxes in the garage that will call our security when activated between 7am and 11pm.
It is not possible to enter or exit the garage in the direction of H Street. This entrance is now closed.
Because the traffic circle serves as the only entrance to the garage, please do not stop your vehicle in the traffic circle when dropping off or picking up your son. Outside of school hours, the lot is available for all Gonzaga-related people to park.
Please drive slowly in the garage and on campus and obey all directional signs. Please know that student drivers risk losing their parking privileges if they drive recklessly or carelessly on campus.
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