Gonzaga University is a private liberal arts institution providing instruction to more than 7,800 undergraduate, graduate, doctoral, and law students. The school offers about 75 undergraduate majors, two dozen master's degree programs, and two leadership study doc at its six colleges and schools. The university offers a juris doctorate degree at its School of Law. The Roman Catholic university is run by the Society of Jesus -- the Jesuits -- and is named after a sixteenth-century Italian Jesuit, Aloysius Gonzaga, the patron saint of youth. The university was founded in 1887 as a men's college.