Not at this time, however all students learn about our Lincoln LGBTQ+ Resource Center during new student orientation. Information is shared during presentation from Office of Student Success and Resource Center is a stop on the New Student Orientation Campus Tour. This includes a presentation at the Resource Center.
See Center web page – https://www.gonzaga.edu/student-life/student-services/lgbtq-resources
Not at this time.
We do not have any scholarships specifically for LGBTQ+ students, however, we have a few diversity scholarships that may include opportunities for this group.
Yes, the law school is often a sponsor for the state-wide QLaw Annual Banquet, which provides students an opportunity to attend for free with some travel funding support.
No intentional efforts, however, Gonzaga University does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, sexual
orientation, gender identity, age, disability, veteran status, or any other non-merit factor in employment, educational program, or activities that it operates.
See equity and inclusion – https://www.gonzaga.edu/about/offices-services/human-resources/equity-inclusion
The Gonzaga University benefits are available to legally married spouses (regardless of gender). In compliance with the State law, Gonzaga also covers State Registered domestic partners of opposite sex, over the age of 62. Under Washington State Leave laws there could be leave available to domestic partners.
The University does not provide student insurance to domestic students; Gonzaga has a close partnership with the Washington State Exchange that allows students to enroll in a plan that best meets their medical needs.
Our medical plan covers medically necessary health benefits to all covered employees and their spouses.
Not applicable, students are not covered under Gonzaga Employee Benefits.
Yes, all law students have access to both our Center for Cura Personalis and our health and counseling services. https://my.gonzaga.edu/academics/center-for-student-academic-success/academic-advising-assistance/new-students/gust-summer-program/gust-additional-information-and-links/health-and-counseling-services
The University provides a variety of diversity and inclusion training sessions for faculty and staff. At this time we are exploring mandatory diversity and inclusion training as an outcome of our campus climate survey.
Yes. The signs state “All Gender Restroom.” Not currently listed on building maps, map will be updated. There are no published statements or policies at this time.
- Law and Sexuality
- Women and the Law
- Comparative Women’s rights
- International Human Rights
- Comparative Civil Liberties
- Employment Discrimination
- Civil Rights
- Family Law
- Transnational Family Law
Yes, The Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA). https://www.gonzaga.edu/school-of-law/about/student-resources/student-organizations/gender-and-sexuality-alliance
To that end, the Bias Incident Assessment and Support (BIAS) Team is committed to fostering a campus environment where everyone feels safe and respected. We include within that commitment a desire to uphold everyone’s right to freedom of expression. Our responsibilities include supporting people and groups who experience bias incidents (defined below), monitoring and reporting on those incidents, and recommending educational initiatives to minimize bias.
Lincoln LGBTQ+ Resource Center – https://www.gonzaga.edu/student-life/student-services/lgbtq-resources
Center for Civil and Human Rights – https://www.gonzaga.edu/school-of-law/clinic-centers/center-for-civil-human-rights