College Counseling

For College Reps

Thank you for your interest in visiting Gonzaga as part of your fall travel. For the 2021-2022 school year, we are offering in-person and virtual visits for our seniors. Please feel free to schedule your visit on RepVisits. If there are conflicts with your availability and the openings listed, feel free to call our office and we will do our best to accommodate you! 

Directions & Parking

Gonzaga is located a few blocks from Union Station at 19 Eye Street, off North Capitol and in between H and K Streets, NW. 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.

There are visitor parking spaces on the right (across from our building, Forte Hall). If those spots are taken, there is also visitor parking in the garage under the football field. Drive through the entrance and you’ll see visitor parking on the right of the middle lane. If the spaces are filled, please see one of our police officers, who can guide you to an available parking spot.

The College Counseling offices are located on the 2nd floor of Forte Hall, which is the first building you drove by when you entered campus. If you need help finding us, feel free to call 202-336-7131.

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Important Information

CEEB Code: 090085

  • College visits begin after Labor Day and go through November 12th, except for certain holidays and non-school days. We will schedule up to five college visits each day.
  • College visits take place between the hours of 8:30AM and 2:20PM (depending on the schedule for the day). We do not schedule visits before or after school. Each time slot is about 35 minutes.
  • After you schedule your visit, you will receive a confirmation with the date and time of your visit as well as a link to a Visitor Information Sheet and Campus Map. We look forward to seeing you on Eye Street!
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