Gonzaga’s Jesuit, Catholic, Humanistic education will challenge and inspire you.
Gonzaga's Art Department encourages students to study and create in several media, including ceramics, design, drawing, painting, and printmaking.
You’ll hear it time and again: Zags are people for others. We believe in the power of community and connections, of bonds of friendship and fellowship that extend across campus—and across the world.
David Ahern, an aspiring physician, explores connectedness, service, and grief in an award-winning essay.
After winning a Fulbright scholarship, Ryland Ploeger (’17) travels and teaches in Bahrain to learn about women’s experience in the Middle East.
Gonzaga repertory dance company uses dance to illuminate and encourage communication among academic disciplines.
As part of the Gonzaga community, you’ll be challenged to grow and stretch. We want you to know yourself, so that you can share your knowledge and compassion.
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.