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Student Wellness Resources

Gonzaga University Resources

GU Law Students

If you have any questions about the resources listed here or additional resources that may be available to you, please contact Gonzaga School of Law's Assistant Dean of Students, Camesha Little.  

Health and Wellness

Health & Counseling Services

Health Center: 704 E. Sharp Ave.   509-313-4052

Counseling Center: 324 E. Sharp Ave.     509-313-4054

A full team of mental and physical health providers are available for one-on-one and small group counseling.  Students can walk in any time or make an appointment.  There is no fee for individual counseling services offered by the Counseling Center. 


Monday - Friday, 8am-5pm, Thursday, 10am-5pm. 

Center for Cura Personalis

Crosby Center, 2nd Floor, Room 216    509-313-2227

Case managers are available to meet with students to connect them resources, provide support, and assist in navigating challenges that arise.


Monday - Friday, 8am - 4:30pm

University Ministry

Hemmingson Center, 1st Floor, Suite 104    509-313-4242

The University Ministry team is available to meet with students, faculty, and staff to provide support, including spiritual and pastoral care. 


Monday - Friday, 8:30am-4:30pm

Rudolf Fitness Center

The Fitness Center is located across the parking lot from the Law School.  Law students can purchase a membership to use the Fitness Center for $150/semester.

Academic Resources

Faculty Advisors

Your faculty advisor is available to assist you in planning your law school courses, developing a career plan, and with any academic difficulties you may encounter.  Although you are assigned a faculty advisor upon arrival at Gonzaga Law School, please know that all of our faculty have an open-door policy and are available to assist you. 

Academic Resource Program - School of Law

The Academic Resource Program is designed especially for first-year law students as a way to get additional assistance in law school.  The 11-week program consists of 1 1-hour class each week, focused on a particular area of Law School learning.  

Please read more about the program here.

Center for Student Academic Success - Disability Access

Foley Center Library, 2nd Floor, Room 208      509-313-4134

The Disability Access office in the Center for Student Academic Success establishes accommodations for students with disabilities as well as supports faculty and staff in providing those accommodations. 

Additional Resources

ABA Law School Academic Success Project

This site from the American Bar Association is available to provide helpful resources to law students with topics on learning, diversity, and wellness. 


ABA Mental Health Resources

The American Bar Association provides a toolkit for law students and lawyers who are seeking mental health support and for those who are looking to provide support.  This page provides links to information and a variety of resources through the ABA and other organizations that can help provide mental health support.


WSBA Member Wellness Program

Formerly known as the Lawyers Assistance Program, the Washington State Bar Association's Member Wellness Program promotes the well-being of WSBA members and law students.  This program provides confidential resources for consultation, community, and education on mental health and self-care topics.  

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