High School Counselor Information
We are greatly appreciative of the support you offer to college-bound students and look forward to working with you throughout the application process. Please contact the Office of Admission with any questions you may have.
Admission Counselor Territories and Contact Information
Estimated Cost of Attendance and Financial Aid
- Tuition & Fees = $34,570 Full-Time (2013-2014)
- Room & Board = $9,070 (Standard Double Occupancy room & Ruby meal plan)
Facts and Figures
Support Services for Students with Disabilities
English: 4 years
Mathematics: 3-4 years (including Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra II/Trigonometry)
History/Social Studies: 3 years
Science: 3-4 years (Natural/Physical Science with Laboratories)
Foreign Language: 2-3 years (same language; ASL accepted)
*The Office of Admission highly encourages applicants to enroll in at least 5 academic courses in the senior year.
Academic Profile (averages for the incoming freshman class)
- GPA: 3.74 (unweighted)
- ACT: 27 (writing test not required)
- SAT: 1201 (CR + M; super-score accepted)
Admission Interviews: Admission interviews are encouraged, but not required for admission. Students who have taken a strong college-prep curriculum, but who have an unweighted GPA at or below 3.1, ACT scores at or below 23, and/or SAT (CR+M) scores at or below 1070 are highly encouraged to schedule an interview with their Admission Counselor prior to submitting an application. Interviews can be done on a campus visit, via phone or video conference, or, if time allows, during an Admission Counselor's visit to cities/high schools.
The strength of an applicant's course curriculum is the most important factor in determining admissibility and eligibility for academic merit awards.
- AP: Exam scores of 4 or 5 are generally accepted for course credit
- IB: Higher Level scores of 5 or higher are generally accepted for course credit
Dual Enrollment and College Credits
Common Application + Gonzaga University Writing Supplement
Freshman Application Deadlines:
- Nov. 15: Early Action (non-binding)
- Feb. 1: Regular Decision
- Feb. 1: Priority Deadline for FAFSA
Transfer Application Deadlines:
- June 1: Fall semester
- Nov. 15: Spring semester
Admission decisions will be mailed directly to the student by posted deadlines. Decisions will not be available online or over the phone.
- Early Action notification: mailed by Jan. 15
- Regular Decision notification: mailed by April 1
- Transfer student notification: rolling
Financial Aid Process/Timeline:
- Submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by February 1.
- Apply for additional Gonzaga scholarships by February 1 (except ROTC, which is due Nov 15 and ILS, which is due Jan 8).
- Comprehensive financial aid packages are mailed out April 1.
- Due to the Gonzaga Guarantee, Gonzaga funded scholarships and grants will not decrease if a student maintains satisfactory academic standing during continuous full-time, four-year undergraduate enrollment.
* All freshman applicants have until May 1 to confirm enrollment.
Helpful Links and School Codes:
- FAFSA 003778
- SAT 4330
- ACT 4458
Office of Admission
502 E. Boone Avenue
Spokane, WA 99258-0102
Julie McCulloh, Dean of Admission
MAIN PHONE NUMBER:
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