Gonzaga’s Jesuit, Catholic, Humanistic education will challenge and inspire you.
We endeavor to help students develop through the Jesuit tradition of cura personalis, which translates from Latin as "care and concern for the dignity of the whole person."
One of the many aspects students love about Gonzaga is the strong feeling of community. It’s built in many ways by developing the personal connections with students, faculty and staff.
True to Gonzaga’s mission of educating students for lives of leadership and service, leadership opportunities abound at GU. There are over 600 leadership positions available across campus.
You’ll be encouraged to seek out meaningful service opportunities. We want to help you build an appreciation for giving back, which we hope you’ll carry with you throughout your life.
Gonzaga will host a “Teach-in on Civil Rights in Spokane” in the Hemmingson Center
Fellows from Laos and Cambodia spent three weeks in Spokane. Here, they ask GU students what they have learned about leadership through service.
Joanne Shiosaki is mom, mentor, boss and captain ... and deeply loved by students
A campground on the upper Missouri River is the classroom for Gonzaga in the Wilderness