Gonzaga University offers 75 different undergraduate programs to choose from the following areas:
- College of Arts and Sciences
- School of Business Administration
- School of Education
- School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
- School of Nursing and Human Physiology
You will be challenged, inspired, and greatly supported while studying at GU. All classes are taught by 100% faculty and the average class size is 24 students. Research opportunities are available at the undergraduate level with opportunities to network with Gonzaga alumni working in your field of study. Your time as an international undergraduate student will be an experience that will last a lifetime!
Current international students here at Gonzaga University are excited to share tips about applying to Gonzaga University and what it is like to be an international student at GU. Contact email@example.com and a current international student will be in touch soon!
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First-Year (Freshman) Undergraduate Students
Are you currently attending high school or have completed high school but have not started post-secondary schooling? Are you interested in starting your undergraduate studies? If you have answered yes to these questions then you are on the right page! Learn more about our undergraduate degree programs and how you can apply to Gonzaga University.
Are you planning to come to complete a Bachelor's degree at Gonzaga after taking any college-level courses? Review the Transfer and Evaluation of Credit information to learn about how your credits will apply to your Gonzaga degree. You can also check out the Credit by Exam page and use the Transfer Equivalency tool for more details.
Can you take a class at Gonzaga University while being enrolled at a different university? You sure can! As an international student, you may take classes part-time as a non-degree-seeking student. This means you are not intending to obtain a degree from Gonzaga University but would like to take a class or two while enrolled full-time at another institution. This process is called ‘Concurrent Enrollment’ and there are a few extra steps international students must take to be approved for this type of enrollment.