Commencement May 10-12 Concludes 125th Anniversary Year
For the 11th consecutive year, GU will graduate its largest class ever. GU expects to confer a total of 2,349 undergraduate, graduate and law degrees
Setons Group Has Served GU for Over 60 Years
The Gonzaga University Setons, a women’s service club that began with Jack Gilligan in 1951, has served GU for over 60 years.
125 Years of Tradition Informs, Inspires GU's Increasingly Global Future
GU's future mission is envisioned as an educational force for social good on a global scale.
Danielle Hyatt Earns Prestigious Summer Science Job
Junior Danielle Hyatt will work in the lab of Dr. Shahin Rafii at Weill Cornell Medical College as part of a highly selective program of the Howard...
GU's Part-Time MBA Program Ranked No. 73 Best in Nation
U.S. News & World Report ranks GU's Master of Accountancy program the No. 14 best specialty accounting program and GU's Master of Business...
GU to Host Prestigious Opus Prize Foundation Award
GU was chosen to host the 2014 Opus Prize Foundation Award Ceremony and Process.
Paul Manoguerra Hired As New Director, Curator of Jundt Art Museum
Paul A. Manoguerra was hired director and curator of the Gonzaga University Jundt Art Museum.
Gonzaga Rises to No. 1 in Nation for Alumni Peace Corps Volunteers
For the first time, GU is No. 1 nationwide among small colleges and universities whose graduates serve in the Peace Corps.
GU Welcomes Eight New Act Six Scholars
GU welcomed eight new Act Six Scholars to join the class of 2013, who are among 65 students statewide.
Bing Crosby Helped GU Celebrate at 1937 Golden Jubilee
Bing Crosby helped GU celebrate its first 50 years at its 1937 Golden Jubilee.
GU Launches Alumni Chapter in Japan
GU alumni gathered at the New Otani Inn to celebrate the launch of the Japan Chapter of the Gonzaga University Alumni Association.
Professor Shann Ray Ferch Earns High Plains Book Award
Professor Shann Ray Ferch won in two categories in the High Plains Book Awards, taking top honors in the categories of first book and short story
GU Dedicates New Grotto, a Sacred Space to Promote Faith and Peace
The new grotto devoted to Our Lady at GU was officially dedicated on Oct. 20, giving a new place of prayer and reflection for the community.
Fr. Pat Conroy, S.J., Returns to Alma Mater
Fr. Pat Conroy, S.J., the first Jesuit chaplain of the U.S. House of Representatives, returned to alma mater Gonzaga.
Students Enjoy Q-and-A with Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist
Several students had the opportunity to talk with with three-time Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author Thomas L. Friedman.