About Gonzaga

Gonzaga University is a humanistic, private Catholic University providing a Jesuit education to more than 7,500 students. Situated along the Spokane River near downtown Spokane, Washington, Gonzaga is routinely recognized among the West’s best comprehensive regional universities. It is dedicated to the Jesuit, Catholic, humanistic ideals of educating the mind, body and spirit to create men and women for others. Gonzaga University inspires and transforms people to shape a better world through education, character, service and faith.

Facts & Figures

Type: Private
Religious Affiliation: Roman Catholic (Jesuit)
Established: 1887
Location: Spokane, Washington
Total Enrollment: 7,837
President: Dr. Thayne McCulloh
Division: NCAA Division I
Athletic Conference: West Coast Conference
Nickname: Bulldogs (Zags)
Mascot: Spike
75 fields of study, 25 master's degrees,
a doctorate in leadership studies,
and a Juris Doctor degree are offered
through 6 schools:

Average Class Size: 23
Student/Faculty Ratio: 11:1
Percent of Students Who Study Abroad: 40
Number of faiths represented on campus: 24

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