Congratulations on your acceptance to Gonzaga University School of Law!
For the Traditional, Accelerated, and Transfer student programs, follow these steps to enroll. To confirm your enrollment in our J.D. Program for Internationally Educated Lawyers, follow the steps in the acceptance packet that has been mailed to you.
How To Enroll:
Confirm Your AdmissionYour acceptance packet has a confirmation card and envelope provided. Return the confirmation card to our Admissions office.
Include with that card your non-refundable deposit, OR use Gonzaga’s online CASHNet option to pay your deposit.
You will receive an e-mail notification confirming receipt of your deposit. This email typically goes out within a week of receiving the deposit.
Send Your Official TranscriptAlthough LSAC provides us with copies of your college transcript, we also require an official transcript confirming the degree granted by your undergraduate institution. This should be sent to the Admissions Office directly from the Registrar of your undergraduate institution. If you applied before you received your undergraduate degree, the transcript from the degree granting institution must also be sent directly to LSAC.
Submit Your FAFSAYour Free Application for Federal Student Aid needs to be submitted. You will be notified via e-mail when your financial aid offer is available. You can then accept your financial aid using the ZagWeb system.
Visit GonzagaIf you haven’t yet visited campus, then schedule your visit online and experience the Gonzaga Law campus firsthand.
“…it’s different at Gonzaga. It’s like a family. Students support each other. There’s great tutoring and mentoring. I couldn’t have picked a better school.” ~Jennifer Wofford, Class of 2014
“With each passing day I have a new favorite thing about Gonzaga. I cannot get over how welcoming the law school really is.” ~ Jr. Cuevas, Accelerated Class of 2016
Mentoring for Admitted Students
1L students are also encouraged to sign up for the Alumni Mentoring program, which pairs students with Gonzaga Law alumni in the Spokane area for an “inside look” at the day-to-day life of an attorney.
Learn More About Spokane
To get started with your move to Spokane, Gonzaga also maintains a list of available apartments, houses, and rentals, as well as online rental resources.
Learn more about moving to Spokane with MoveToSpokane, a resource from Greater Spokane, Inc.
Get linked in to Gonzaga
Get help with Financial Aid through our Financial Aid office.
You can register for ZagWeb any time by using your Social Security Numbers as your username and your six digit date of birth as your password. ZagWeb is the online system that handles class registration, accounts, and other information.