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502 E Boone Ave, Spokane, WA 99258, United States

Location info of Gonzaga University

Gonzaga is located in Spokane, a city that National Geographic Traveler magazine named one of the “Best Cities in the United States.” It’s a city that is large enough to have plenty going on year-round, and yet small enough to be friendly, livable, and easy to explore. Eastern Washington and the nearby Idaho panhandle region boast a jaw-dropping landscape of rivers, lakes, mountains, and desert, with four beautiful seasons. We are on the “sunny side” of the state, with far less rain than western Washington.

  • Top 50 Places to Live in the US, 2019
  • #32 Best Cities for Outdoor Activities, 2020
  • Top 30 “Cities on the Rise” National Geographic Traveler, 2018

Top Reasons to Study in Gonzaga University

Our Academics

Artful professors and curriculum will inspire excellence while encouraging you to welcome challenges and pursue solutions.

Our Community

A vibrant community will stretch and challenge you to give something great to your workplace and to the world.

Our Foundation

A Jesuit-inspired, liberal arts-based tradition of reflection and action ensures strong development of the whole person.

University details

About Gonzaga University

Gonzaga University’s humanistic heritage focuses on educating the mind, body, and spirit, and developing personal, academic, and professional growth through critical thought and creative innovation.

At Gonzaga, our liberal-arts education focuses on developing the whole person So you can become a person of curiosity, courage, and conviction.

That’s part of our Jesuit heritage: helping you discover your God-given calling and go after it with everything you’ve got.

What you’ll learn at Gonzaga will take you beyond the classroom and into the world. Beyond the status quo and into a future filled with creativity and optimism.

Career at Gonzaga University

Because we believe that Gonzaga University students have the potential to meet the profound needs of a complex and ever-changing world, we help them clarify and attain their educational and career goals by:

  • developing a collaborative, community-wide network of career educators,
  • offering relevant and meaningful services and programs to foster and support their success, and
  • teaching them how to navigate lifelong career development.

Students are our top priority in CPD, and we have several services and programs built with you in mind. Things you can get at CPD include:

  • One-on-one career coaching appointments
  • Annual career fairs, networking events, and Treks
  • Online resources including job and internship postings
  • Help documents and templates for building your professional documents

Campus life

When it comes to university campuses, Gonzaga’s has a pretty special mix that’s hard to find anywhere else. Our campus includes handsome classic brick buildings and brand new, state-of the art facilities.

What makes our campus unique, however, are the people who populate and surround it. Gonzaga serves as a hub for students and professors, friends and fans, international scholars and local neighbors, who come together to learn from, support, and worship with one another.


  • undergraduate scholarship : from $5,000 up to $20,000


Ranking & Accreditation of Gonzaga University

  • For the fourth consecutive year, Gonzaga ranks among the top 100 National Universities by U.S. News & World Report, placing GU in the top 19%, including elite private schools and large state research institutions.
  • 96% of Gonzaga’s 2021 graduates are employed, continuing their education, or serving as volunteers (Annual First Destination Survey Report)
  • Ranked in the top 19% among National Universities (U.S. News & World Report, 2023)
  • No. 12 for best undergraduate teaching, among National Universities (U.S. News & World Report, 2023)
  • No. 21 best value among private universities in the nation (Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine, 2019).
  • Gonzaga University is accredited, as an institution, by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU), an institutional accrediting body recognized by the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Education.
  • The School of Business is accredited by AACSB International.
  • The School of Law is accredited by Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar of the American Bar Association (ABA).
  • Master’s programs offered in British Columbia, Canada by the School of Education have received consent from the British Columbia Ministry of Advanced Education and the Degree Quality Assessment Board (DQAB).

Student Accommodation at Gonzaga University

  • 6,780 typical housing fees for one academic year.
  • 6,260 Dining
  • 2,100 Other
  • Option A: Traditional Double

3,390 The Traditional Double is an on-campus housing option for undergraduate students. Option A offers a one-room shared between two students.

  • Option B: Traditional Double — Coughlin

3,650 The Traditional Double – Coughlin is an on-campus housing option for undergraduate students. Option B offers a one-room shared between two students. Students choosing this option will be included in the Global Citizenship Living Learning Community.

  • Option C: Suite — Double room

3,650 The Suite is an on-campus housing option for undergraduate students. Option C offers a shared bedroom and bathroom in a suite shared among six students. Students choosing this option can select to join the Engineering and Computer Science Living Learning Community

Programs at Gonzaga University


  1. Applied Mathematics
  2. Art (B.F.A.)
  3. Biochemistry (B.S.)
  4. Biology (B.A)
  5. Biology (B.S.)
  6. Broadcast and Electronic Media
  7. Chemistry (B.A.)
  8. Chemistry (B.S.)
  9. Classical Civilizations
  10. Communication Studies
  11. Computer Science & Computational Thinking
  12. Criminology
  13. Dance
  14. Economics—Arts
  15. Economics—Science
  16. English – Literature/Writing
  17. Environmental Studies
  18. French
  19. History
  20. International Studies—Asian Studies
  21. International Studies—European Studies
  22. International Studies—Latin American Studies
  23. Italian Studies
  24. Journalism
  25. Mathematics (B.A.)
  26. Mathematics (B.S.)
  27. Music
  28. Music Education
  29. Philosophy
  30. Physics (B.A.)
  31. Physics (B.S.)
  32. Political Science
  33. Psychology
  34. Public Relations
  35. Religious Studies
  36. Sociology
  37. Spanish
  38. Theatre Arts

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  1. Accounting
  2. Business Administration -Economics
  3. Business Administration -Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  4. Business Administration -Finance
  5. Business Administration -Human Resource Management
  6. Business Administration -Individualized Study
  7. Business Administration -International Business
  8. Business Administration -Law and Public Policy
  9. Business Administration -Management Information Systems
  10. Business Administration -Marketing
  11. Business Administration -Operations and Supply Chain Management
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  1. Master of Accountancy (M.Acc)
  2. Master of Business Administration (MBA)
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  1. Community, Culture and Language in Education
  2. Kinesiology -Fitness Specialist/Health and Education Pedagogy
  3. Special Education
  4. Sport Management
  5. Undeclared Education
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  1. Master of Arts in Sport and Athletic Administration (MASAA)
  2. Master of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (MATESOL)

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  1. Civil Engineering
  2. Computer Engineering
  3. Computer Science
  4. Electrical Engineering
  5. Engineering Management – MBA option
  6. Mechanical Engineering
  7. Pre-Engineering
  8. Undeclared Engineering
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  1. Human Physiology
  2. Nursing
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