Gonzaga University

Spokane, WA

Gonzaga University

Spokane, WA

A foundation for your future

Numerous facts and figures attest to the value of a Gonzaga University education: exceptional acceptance rates to prestigious graduate, medical, and law schools; one of the highest CPA exam pass rates in the nation; and job placement in corporations such as Microsoft, Nike, and Amazon.           

Additionally, Gonzaga remains committed to challenging students to integrate their studies and actions into a philosophy that promotes a lifetime of learning and serving the common good. An average class size of 22 allows dedicated faculty to closely mentor students in the classroom, and a supportive community nurtures them to grow in mind, body, and spirit.

The Gonzaga experience
Gonzaga University requires first-year and sophomore students to live on campus. Campus life is an exciting blend of maintaining a rigorous academic schedule while fully embracing the vibrant social atmosphere by spending time with close friends. GU offers more than 140 student organizations in areas such as music, theater, cultural clubs, community service, student government, and faith-sharing groups and retreats, as well as Division I athletic teams and club and intramural sports. 

In the heart of the Inland Northwest
With nearly 722,000 residents, the Spokane–Coeur d’Alene area provides numerous internships as well as outlets for cultural and artistic expression. A scenic 15-minute walk along part of the 37-mile Centennial Trail brings students into vibrant downtown Spokane, which offers a variety of shopping, dining, and entertainment choices. Additionally, students can explore snow-capped mountains, lakes, and scenic hiking trails all within a 50-mile radius of campus.

ACCOLADES

 

Ranked in the top 5% of national universities for “Best Undergraduate Teaching” | U.S. News & World Report, 2020

 

94% success rate for students employed, volunteering, or in graduate school within six months of graduation | First Destination Survey, 2019

 

School of Engineering & Applied Science ranked among the top 10% of schools with a master’s as the highest degree offered | U.S. News & World Report, 2021

 

Ranked among the top 23% of AACSB-certified schools for undergraduate Business programs | U.S. News & World Report, 2021

 

One of the top 10 midsize schools sending alumni into the Peace Corps for 2020

Multicultural Resources
• Arabic & Middle East Culture Club
• Armenian Heritage Club
• Asian American Union
• Black Student Union
• BRIDGE Pre-orientation & First-Year Mentoring program
• Center for Global Engagement
• Center for Native American Studies
• Courageous Conversations
• Critical Race & Ethnic Studies (minor)
• Filipino American Student Union
• German Language Club
• Gonzaga Against Poverty
• Gonzaga Student Body Association
• Hawaii/Pacific Islanders Club (HPIC)
• Intergroup Dialogue
• International Student Union
• Japanese Club
• La Raza Latina
• Latin/Classics Club
• Lincoln LGBTQ+ Resource Center
• Queer Student Union
• Social Justice & Solidarity (minor)
• Social Justice Peer Educators
• United Students Against Sweatshops
• Unity Multicultural Education Center
• Women’s & Gender Studies (minor)

An Inside Look

What students are saying about us...

  • “Everyone talked about how connected they felt at Gonzaga, and that was something I really wanted too. As I did more research, every one of my boxes got checked along the way. I kind of took a leap of faith coming here, and everything has been great ever since.”

    • Jerry Xue
      Honolulu, Hawai’i | Business Administration
  • “Gonzaga is a school that’s going to teach you a lot academically. It’s going to teach you a lot about yourself, but it’s also going to grow you into the person you never thought you could be.”

    • Alex Campbell
      Renton, Washington | Sociology
  • “Gonzaga offers a challenging embrace. It welcomes you, and it also expects you to grow and change.”

    • Erik Hirschman
      Washington, DC | Biology
  • “You definitely get the sense of the big city, but Gonzaga still feels small. I’m not sure why that is; maybe it’s because we live so close to downtown, or maybe it’s because people are so genuine here.”

    • Jason “Bunji” McLeod
      Bellingham, Washington, Mechanical Engineering
  • “At Gonzaga, you’re forced to be critical and curious about diverse topics and to find the intersections of all these diverse people’s passions to form your own.”

    • Chloe Sciammas
      San Jose, California | Biochemistry