The Gonzaga MA-ORGL program was above my expectations. It really was. It was harder than I thought, but at the same time it was probably the best schooling that I've had.
– Ron Weber, MA-ORGL
The Benefits of a Jesuit Education
The Purpose of the Jesuit tradition in education is to produce graduates who contribute intelligently and effectively to the welfare of society.
Jesuit universities are renowned for their academic rigor. Being true to the internal integrity of an academic subject is necessary to mold graduates that can effectively confront challenges.
Our students don't just memorize material, instead they reach a personal understanding. Our graduates are able to discuss the subject matter in depth; write and speak with excellence; and, engage in public debate on the issues that matter.
Our Professors take a personal interest in their students and help them reflect on the circumstances of their lives, to advance their intellectual progress. Full human development requires balanced attention to intellectual, spiritual and physical growth.