• Gallena University Celebrates 100 Years!

    Gallena University celebrates 100 years of academic excellence. Gallena University is a private University which was founded in 1912. The 310-acre campus is located in Gallena, a diverse community in a culturally rich region of Northern California. The University enrolls 3,634 students in twenty-five undergraduate and seven graduate programs with approximately 350 full-time faculty and staff. Gallena University celebrates 100 years of academic excellence.

    Feb, 28, 11:43:14 AM, Read More

  • Alumni Campus Fair

    Gallena Alumni and their families are invited to attend the annual Alumni Campus Fair on January 17.

    Dec, 16, 03:28:55 PM, Read More

  • Study Abroad Informational Meeting

    All Gallena Friends & Family are welcome to join us on campus for our annual semester abroad discussion. This is a great new way to learn about expanding your international education through hands on experience in a foreign country.

    Aug, 09, 06:25:52 AM, Read More

  • Undergraduate

    With 1,050 courses to choose from, Gallena University has a course of study that fits your interests and will help you reach your goals. With twenty five majors, Gallena University offers its 1,150 students the opportunity to collaborate with the world's best and brightest faculty in multiple disciplines, all in an intimate, small-town campus setting.

  • Graduate

    Gallena University offers seven graduate programs. Each program provides students with the essential tools, resources, and knowledge necessary to excel in their respective field. In addition, our newly built state-of-the-art research facility provides graduates with a world-class knowledge base for projects and thesis papers.

  • Registrar's Office

    The Registrar's Office helps students achieve the required elements of their program with a transparent look at GU requirements and department courses. View academic calendars, course catalogs, policies, and procedures. Students can find information about adding and dropping courses, transferring units, graduation requirements, transcripts, and more.