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Gonzaga University, Spokane

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  • The university has a wide range of programs include in pharmacy and nursing. Just be prepared for the price tag.  more »
  • My daughter and I just did another tour of the campus in anticipation of her start as a Zag. I love to see all of the continued expansion of the campus.  more »
  • Great to take a walk around campus. Stop at Hemmingson for lunch or dinner at the bulldog cafe. Amazing burgers. Go to the Jundt Art Museum. It is free and always has amazing exhibits. Sunny day sit b...  more »
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  • Only the tuition makes it 'prestigious'. Known for nothing outside of basketball. No one outside the NW has ever heard of it. A Catholic school for mostly non-Catholics. Great if you want $50k/yr in loans. Oh but it 'would have been $65k but they were so generous!' People with better options always go somewhere else. Listen people, if you need a mortgage to go to school, and think going to a Jesuit college teaches you morality, that's sad. Therapy is cheaper. An English degree doesn't care where it came from. Especially a BA in anything. You like basketball, well, then go to Louisville or Kentucky. They actually play more than 1 ranked team a year.
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  • I am a distant learning graduate student that appreciates the liberate arts curriculum. The ORGL program is top of its class. Professors are available and insightful and serve their students. I am happy to be a ZAG!!!
  • I've recently committed to the university for next fall and I could not be more excited to attend GU! I've visited multiple times and the campus is absolutely beautiful. The professors and students are very welcoming. The tuition is definitely on the expensive side but I've received generous financial aid and scholarship opportunities. Apply for all the outside scholarships on their database‚Äč and get your FAFSA done asap. The Spokane area is wonderful with many fun things to do. Great ski hills, geocaches, and outdoor adventures everywhere. Everything about Gonzaga makes me beyond thrilled to Be A ZAG!
  • I didn't go here, but I had a friend in high school who had a hat from here. It was a nice hat. Five stars.