Gonzaga University

E 502 Boone Ave, Spokane, WA
Christian college

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Questions and Answers about Gonzaga University

Caela C.
5 months ago
How do students receive work study at Gonzaga University?
Gonzaga University
Work study is a federally or state-funded program offered to students demonstrating financial need. Financial need is determined upon completion of the FAFSA, and eligibility for the program can change from year to year.
Caela C.
5 months ago
How does Gonzaga University ensure safety for your students?
Gonzaga University
We have a blue light phone system all around campus where you can call campus security if you are feeling unsafe. Campus Security & Public Safety officers can provide a security escort to any area on campus, as well as a portion of the Logan neighborhood adjacent to GU.
Caela C.
5 months ago
Are there several mental health services on campus and do the students use these resources regularly?
Gonzaga University
Health and Counseling Services provides counseling sessions that are available on a short-term basis for currently enrolled students who have concerns which may impede their academic progress. There is no fee for the individual counseling services. A counselor will decide with the student how many sessions will be needed--not to exceed the limits of our short-term model. Confidentiality is strictly maintained. No information is released to anyone without the student's written consent.
Danielle M.
6 months ago
What is your placement rate for students in the pre-law program and continue on to Law school?
Ashley M.
7 months ago
What is the average amount of financial aid students receive at Gonzaga University?
Gonzaga University
Average Financial Aid Package: $32,093
Charesa S.
7 months ago
What are your strongest majors and what programs do you offer to support them?
Gonzaga University
Our School of Business is one of our most popular and most awarded. We offer two major Business Administration and Accounting. With both majors students can opt-in for a 5th year and work towards their MBA. With Business Administration students can choose one or two of our 10 concentrations raging from Marketing to Economics.
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Majors offered at Gonzaga University

Biggest majors
Business/Commerce, General
Psychology, General
Biology, General

Academics at Gonzaga University

SAT Score Range
Required with application
ACT Score Range
Required with application
Student Faculty Ratio
11 to 1
Less Selective (66% Acceptance Rate)
School type
Non-profit Private 4-year institution

Demographics for Gonzaga University Students

Ethnicity BreakdownAsianBlackCaucasianHispanicMiddle EasternNative AmericanPacific Islander
Gonzaga University Students12%9%63%22%2%4%2%
All Bold.org College Students11%21%37%25%2%2%1%
Gender breakdown
Gonzaga University Students
< 3% Gender nonconforming
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Common careers for Gonzaga University students

Common Careers and Their Average Annual Salary

Family Nurse Practitioner (NP)95k
Marketing Manager80k
Project Manager, (Unspecified Type / General)78k
Software Engineer74k
Mechanical Engineer73k
Financial Analyst69k
Civil Engineer67k
Based on 8,505 student responses
59.4kAvg. Early Career Pay
112.7kAvg. Mid-Career Pay
51%in High-Meaning careers
19%in STEM careers

Net price of attending Gonzaga University

Gonzaga University financial aid

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Student reviews of Gonzaga University

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Recommended by

100% of students

Known for

Lots of interesting clubs and activities
Fun orientation programs
Beautiful campus
Welcoming student body
Accessible and helpful professors
Gillian Wittstock
Travel And Tourism
Art + 7 others



I love Gonzaga University for its atmosphere, size, and attention to detail. I feel like my professors know me well or want to get to know me as a person, rather than just another number in their class. There are also a tremendous amount of resources for health, safety, clubs, sports, and education aid available on campus. The various offices around campus (registrar, counseling, administration, financial aid, etc.) are extremely helpful and accessible to students at pretty much any time. There are places for improvement, as there are with any university and/or establishment, and where I see those areas I see groups of students working to make a difference. Our student body association is incredibly involved with the undergraduate population, and they help us hold our community accountable and improve our areas of deficiency. I would recommend Gonzaga to any student looking to explore their education through a liberal arts lens, with an emphasis on community engagement and care for the whole person (and also anyone who loves basketball of course). Go Zags!

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

Something to be aware of when coming to Gonzaga is that there is limited access to food if you don't have a car. The majority of the restaurants near campus are either expensive or close relatively early in the evening. The COG, our dining hall, is only open until 8:30 pm on weekdays, so if you're looking for a place that is close to good food access, coming to GU may be a difficult transition.

Piper Fine
Advocacy And Activism
Cello + 37 others



The academics are decent, and if you like sports, the basketball team is good. Housing is alright and the campus is pretty.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

Gonzaga's representation and advocacy are performative and have no depth. The diversity of staff and faculty is minimal, and more effort is needed when hiring professors of color. They do nothing about harassment and assault, and perpetrators often get away without punishment. The food is disgusting, sometimes even inedible. They do not meet the needs of people with dietary restrictions, sometimes even contaminating foods with allergens. Cleaning services in dorms are sufficient for main bathrooms, but all-gender bathrooms in dorms will go days before being cleaned and restocked with toiletries. The housing situation is also a nightmare. There's not enough housing for everyone, forcing students into poor housing or even off-campus.

Tia Berson
Politics and Political Science
Photography and Photo Editing
Dog Training
Music Theory + 1 other



I love Gonzaga because it is an inclusive, well-rounded school. GU cares about its students and strives to make each of us into better people by the time we graduate.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

I would have to honestly say that the communication by certain staff at GU could use some improvement, but that is true of almost all colleges and universities.



The teachers were overall pretty great bar like two of them. The classes were challenging but the grading was fair and most of the teachers were accommodating to health issues.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

One of the teachers was just kind of awful at teaching and another was completely not accommodating towards my health issues.

Gillian Mangan
Advocacy And Activism
Botany + 31 others



Gonzaga is unique. Work hard, play hard. There are niche pockets for those who don't fit the norm. Once you find those pockets, your life gets so much better.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

There's a lot of people from the same five private schools. Avoid them.

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