Motto in English
|For the Greater Glory of God|
|Established||September 17, 1887|
|$181.4 million (2016)|
|Students||7,352 (Fall 2014)|
|4,837 (Fall 2014)|
|2,515 (Fall 2014)|
|Blue, Red, and White|
The university offers
Gonzaga's campus owns 105 buildings on 152 acres. The university is home to two large libraries.
Gonzaga hosts many unique pieces of artwork, largely devoted to historical religious figures and prominent Catholics. Among the most notable are statues of
Due to an expanding student body, Gonzaga completed construction of a $60 million building that serves as the new Circulus Omnium Gonzagaorum (COG) "center of campus", the John J. Hemmingson Center which replaced the former COG that students used for over 60 years. The three-story building with almost 4 acres (1.6 ha; 167,000 sq ft) of floor space features an all-glass exterior. It was completed for the Fall 2015 semester.
The university is also building the Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center, including a 750-seat theater.
In addition to the campus in Spokane, Gonzaga's virtual campus offers a wide range of degree programs.