Gonzaga’s Jesuit, Catholic, Humanistic education will challenge and inspire you.
Gonzaga's History Department provides a foundation for graduate work, the study of law, teaching, archival and library sciences, and many careers in business.
Guided by our roots in the Jesuit tradition, we move ahead. At Gonzaga, we live out our vision that, through innovation and determination, we can create a legacy of powerful, positive change.
By chronicling her Colville Tribe’s culture, Christine Quintasket helped preserve it. Professor Laurie Arnold is making sure that history lives on.
Students take an academic adventure in Turkey that draws together the disciplines of classical civilizations, religious studies and broadcast studies.
A steadfast commitment to building relationships is the legacy of former Gonzaga President, Bernard Coughlin, S.J., one that endures at Gonzaga today.
You’ll develop a thoughtful, well-rounded perspective on the role of tradition and history, both how they influence the present and guide progress. When we study what and who has gone before us, we not only gain insight into the past—we gain wisdom for the future.
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.