Gonzaga University has a total undergraduate enrollment of 5,317, with a gender distribution of 47 percent male students and 53 percent female students.
Moreover, where does the name Gonzaga come from?
Gonzaga University, a Jesuit School, is named after St. Aloysius Gonzaga — a 16th-century Italian Jesuit saint. According to the school's website, when Fr. Joseph Cataldo founded Gonzaga in 1887 (then called Gonzaga College), he thought it would be fitting to name the institution after a fellow Italian.
Similarly, where is the school Gonzaga located?
Has Gonzaga ever won a national championship in basketball?
They played in their first NCAA national championship game in 2017, losing to North Carolina.
How much is tuition at Gonzaga?