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Gonzaga University, Spokane

(4.4/5 based on 95+ reviews on the web)
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  • What a beautiful campus. what a great place to get a high quality education. What a talented men's basketball team. 
  • Always a check 8n my humility to wander the halls of this great University. It has been 40 plus years since I was a student here. 
  • Have a true family history with GU: grandparents, parents, myself, and soon my child. Campus is growing and beautiful. Small enough that you feel like a valued individual while still offering an excel...  more »
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  • In my experience, Gonzaga does not qualify as a good school. Sure, you could go to classes and pick up a thing or two, but you could easily learn more online. I honestly can't say that Gonzaga has helped me in my career at all. And now, with the news about the hiring of Melissa Click, its pretty obvious that they don't know how to actually hire good professors. Stay away!
  • Only negative remark comes from mandatory group work and projects, but that's to be expected when your age is closer to the instructor than peers. I would love to grab a beer with all but maybe one or two- their hilarious and so knowledgeable but underrated and mocked for not being todays consumerist teen's representation of 'cool'. Waiting a decade-ish before starting undergrad makes me a very poor fit at this university, but it had opened SO many doors and I love that my larger perspective is welcome for context for those learning from a book vs. life. If given the choice again knowing the mindset and priorities of the majority of its students I do not know if I would choose GU again.
  • Being an alumni from Gonzaga, I am proud to be an entrepreneur have a successful business taking wedding and lifestyle portraits. I appreciate the start GU gave me in my education as a professional photographer.
  • Grateful to be Jesuit educated. Everything about my Gonzaga experience was rewarding. Proud to be a Zag!
  • Amazing atmosphere with great events and students!