Complete your undergraduate degree while earning your J.D.
Gonzaga University School of Law has standing partnerships with one internal Gonzaga University program and three regional institutions, Carroll College, Eastern Washington University and Whitworth University, to create a pathway for students to earn their undergraduate and law degrees in six years instead of seven.
Gonzaga Religious Studies & GU Law 3+3
Eastern Washington University & GU Law 3+3
Whitworth University & GU Law 3+3
How it works
Our 3 + 3 programs allow qualified students to complete their undergraduate degree and obtain a J.D. degree faster. You complete most requirements for your undergraduate program and then apply to Gonzaga University School of Law your junior year. If accepted, you will use your first year of courses at Gonzaga Law to complete your bachelor’s degree at Gonzaga, Carroll, EWU or Whitworth.
Do I need to be a pre-law major?
The 3+3 program is available to students of all majors at Carroll, EWU and Whitworth. For Gonzaga undergraduate students, the program currently is only available to those who are majoring in religious studies.
What are the requirements and how do I apply?
Application requirements vary depending on the agreement. You can learn more about specific requirements by visiting your institution’s 3+3 page.