• 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

  • Internationally Recognized

    Internationally recognized in both Performing Arts, as well as it's top-ranked College of Computer Science & Engineering, GU offers students the opportunity to collaborate with the world's best and brightest faculty in multiple disciplines, all in an intimate, small-town campus setting. Discover how GU provides a well-rounded education for future success.

  • President's Welcome

    As a citizen of Gallena for over 30 years, Jim Godding is dedicated to the success of every student. As President of Gallena University, his energy and passion for quality research facilities, world-renown faculty, and high-tech classroom resources is reflected in the all aspects of Gallena University. 

    Click here to see President Godding's Welcome Message.

  • Environmentally Friendly

    The first of it's kind, the new $20 million performing arts center has state of the art green energy systems that allow the building to monitor it's energy usage. Using less than one fifth the power of other similar centers, the new Williams Center for the Performing Arts is expected to save the University $250,000 annually over traditional centers of it's kind.