Setting: Medium four-year, highly residential
In-state Tuition: $34,570.00
Out-of-state Tuition: $34,570.00
Student/Faculty Ratio: 12:01
SAT / ACT / GPA: 1201 / 27 / 3.73
Male/Female Ratio: 46:54
Campus Housing: Yes
Religious Affiliation: Roman Catholic Church
Campus Housing: Yes
Acceptance Rate: 67%
Gonzaga University is a private institution that was founded in 1887. It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 4,906, its setting is urban, and the campus size is 130 acres. It utilizes a semester-based academic calendar. Gonzaga University's ranking in the 2014 edition of Best Colleges is Regional Universities (West), 4. Its tuition and fees are $35,062 (2013-14).
Gonzaga University is an exemplary learning community that educates students for lives of leadership and service for the common good. In keeping with its Catholic, Jesuit, and humanistic heritage and identity, Gonzaga models and expects excellence in academic and professional pursuits and intentionally develops the whole person -- intellectually, spiritually, physically, and emotionally. Through engagement with knowledge, wisdom, and questions informed by classical and contemporary perspectives, Gonzaga cultivates in its students the capacities and dispositions for reflective and critical thought, lifelong learning, spiritual growth, ethical discernment, creativity, and innovation. The Gonzaga experience fosters a mature commitment to dignity of the human person, social justice, diversity, intercultural competence, global engagement, solidarity with the poor and vulnerable, and care for the planet. Grateful to God, the Gonzaga community carries out this mission with responsible stewardship of our physical, financial, and human resources.
Gonzaga College started in 1881 with $936 in hard silver dollars. It bought Gonzagaï¿½s founder, Father Joseph Cataldo, S.J., 320 acres of land and water, what people then referred to as ï¿½the old piece of gravel near the falls.ï¿½ Six years later, the College officially opened the doors of its only building for ï¿½young Scholastics, whose ambition it is to become priests.ï¿½ Exclusively for boys, the College was under the charge of the Jesuit priests. Enrollment for the 1887-88 academic year was 18 boys and young men. Today, it is known as Gonzaga University, a private, four-year institution of higher education. More than 105 buildings dot the 131-acre campus overlooking the Spokane River. Students include both women and men, who can enroll in a multitude of undergraduate or graduate programs. Enrollment for the 2009-10 academic year was 7,837 students. A constant throughout the years is Gonzagaï¿½s educational philosophy, based on the centuries-old Ignatian model of educating the whole person ï¿½ mind, body and spirit. At Gonzaga, students discover how to integrate science and art, faith and reason, action and contemplation. "Cura personalis," or care for the individual, is our guiding theme.
Urban - 131 acres (53.0ï¿½ha)
Entertainers Barats and Bereta ï¿½ comedy team Bing Crosby ï¿½ singer, actor Dan Cummins ï¿½ stand-up comic Gregg Hersholt - morning news host, KOMO-AM/FM, Seattle Athletes Jason Bay ï¿½ MLB baseball player, American League All-Star, Seattle Mariners Franklin D. Burgess ï¿½ All American basketball player and U.S. District Judge Tony Canadeo ï¿½ NFL football player, Green Bay Packers; Pro Football Hall of Fame (1974) Brian Ching ï¿½ MLS soccer player, Houston Dynamo Ray Flaherty ï¿½ NFL football player and coach; Pro Football Hall of Fame (1976) Richie Frahm ï¿½ NBA basketball player, Seattle SuperSonics and Portland Trail Blazers Elias Harris - NBA basketball player, Los Angeles Lakers Max Krause ï¿½ NFL football player, New York Giants and Washington Redskins Chad Little ï¿½ NASCAR driver Frank McCool ï¿½ NHL hockey player, Rookie of the Year Kelly Olynyk - NBA basketball player, Boston Celtics Carl Pohlad - owner of the Minnesota Twins Robert Sacre - NBA basketball player, Los Angeles Lakers John Stockton ï¿½ NBA Hall of Fame basketball player, Utah Jazz Ronny Turiaf ï¿½ NBA basketball player, Minnesota Timberwolves Courtney Vandersloot ï¿½ WNBA basketball player, Chicago Sky; first Division I player (male or female) with 2,000 points and 1,000 assists in a career Politicians Tom Foley ï¿½ former Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, former U.S. Ambassador to Japan Christine Gregoire ï¿½ former Governor of Washington, former Attorney General of Washington Ben Ysursa ï¿½ Secretary of State of Idaho Other Joe Albi ï¿½ attorney and civic leader in Spokane Sherman Alexie ï¿½ award winning author Greg Boyle - Jesuit priest, founder of Homeboy Industries, author of Tattoos of the Heart Chad Mitchell Trio ï¿½ folk group famous in the 1960s, met at Gonzaga Nuh Ha Mim Keller - specialist in Islamic Law and Sufism Thayne McCulloh - President of Gonzaga University Michael J. McShane - U.S. District Judge John Navone ï¿½ Noted Jesuit author and theologian Michael C. Ormsby - US Attorney for the Eastern District of Washington Gary Polonsky ï¿½ founding President and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ontario Institute of Technology Robert Spitzer, SJ ï¿½ Jesuit priest, philosopher, educator and author Kevin Waters ï¿½ Jesuit priest, composer, educator BG (P) (Dr.) Joseph Caravalho, Jr. - USAMRMC (at Ft. Detrick, MD) Commanding General
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$50.00Graduate application fee:
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