502 E Boone Ave, Spokane, WA 99258
Gonzaga University is a private, Catholic university located in Spokane, WA. It is a well-rated institution, ranked one hundred and eighty-first in America, and has an acceptance rate of 66%. It is a medium-sized institution with full-time enrollment of 5,361 undergraduate students. Gonzaga's most popular major is a Bachelor's degree in Business, chosen by 21% of the student body. Other frequently decided focuses include Biology, which accounts for 7% of students, and Mechanical Engineering (7%). Its international relations program is ranked first in Washington. Also, Gonzaga ranked 1st in WA on our best Catholic colleges list. Tuition costs $44,488 for students not receiving aid. Before you decide against applying due to cost constraints, know that all Gonzaga undergraduates secure at least some monetary support. 85% of Gonzaga University students finish their studies with a degree, wide-eyed and expecting to land an exciting job. On average, alumni earn a yearly income of $47,100 a couple years after graduating. After an additional four years working, the alumni's average yearly earnings rises 19.1% to $56,100, which is 39.9% beyond the national median earnings for individuals. Applying students may also like to be aware that your high school GPA is required to apply. Furthermore, Gonzaga does not offer evening degree programs. Concerning your checkbook, be aware that you can expect to cough up $5,614 on a meal plan every year and if your household has an income of $76k to $110k, you can presume to pay about $34,813 a year. Regarding demographics, 54% of undergrads at Gonzaga are from families with a yearly income of $110k or more and 45% of professors are female. In terms of campus life, first-year students have the option to live off campus. To wind things up, hardly any alumni default on their student loans and 93% of alumni have jobs six years after college.
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