A Gonzaga education will challenge and inspire you.
Gonzaga's Communication Department teaches written communication skills, critical thinking, as well as communication in mass media, politics and the workplace.
Advocacy involves more than speaking up. It’s about taking responsibility for others and applying courage and tenacity to the fight for equity. At Gonzaga, you’ll discover how to translate your passion for justice into skills that effect change.
Her original theory about why countries pursue nuclear weapons led alumna Kate Hewitt (’13) to DC to work with policy experts toward global peace.
Once thwarted by learning disabilities, Madison Rose now mentors those facing similar obstacles—and shows them that intelligence comes in many forms.
By offering free tax preparation services, students practice their skills and help low-income neighbors claim more than $1 million in tax refunds.
At Gonzaga, you’ll learn to recognize and respond to inequities in economic, political, cultural and ecclesial systems. Through research projects and service learning activities, you’ll put your studies to the test, applying them for the benefit of others and forming relationships grounded in understanding and collaboration.
In the Catholic, Jesuit and Humanistic traditions, your learning prepares you to work toward a more just world. You’ll cultivate an understanding of what it means to be human, to experience a well-lived life, to find your role in a more humane global community.
Your educational journey expands year by year with these principals of our Core curriculum:
You’ll also uncover the richness of interdisciplinary studies, where courses blend biology and dance, faith and science, politics and literature. All to equip you for the next part of your journey, where purpose and potential evolve.