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COVID-19 Resource Guide for Students

Fun and helpful resources aimed to assist those in home quarantine during the coronavirus pandemic of 2020


While libraries, theaters, and most activities across the city have closed, there are still options for online entertainment.

Live Streams



Guided Meditation from the NYTimes:

Stay in & SLING - Dish-owned TV streaming service Sling TV announced today it’s making a selection of its content available to stream for free, no credit card or account required. The free offering includes breaking news and live events from ABC News Live, movies and kids’ content for families and other lifestyle and entertainment programming. The new service arrives at a time when a significant number of Americans are stuck at home due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

For a short seven-day free trial, you are able to watch Broadway musicals from home on BroadwayHD! Regular membership is priced at $8.99/month.

Library and Museum Services

Foley Library

Spokane Public Library

Spokane County Library


Many Museums have opened online galleries and digital tours of exhibits. Below is a list of museums (active links) that you are able to tour while sitting in your own living room.

Chastek Library, Gonzaga University School of Law | 721 N. Cincinnati St. Spokane, WA 99220-3528 | 509.313.3758