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.
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.
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.
Whether we're cheering on the basketball team at the 6,000-seat McCarthey Athletic Center, celebrating mass at St. Aloysius Church, checking out the latest exhibit at the Jundt Art Museum, or grabbing a meal at the John J. Hemmingson Center, the Gonzaga community makes this place feel like home – like a family. And in our family, there's always room for one more: you.