The Catholic University of America is a community of scholars, both faculty and students, set apart to discover and preserve knowledge, with particular reference to the needs and opportunities of the nation.
We are a community of research, teaching, learning and service, dedicated
to confronting the great problems of culture and society.
WE HAVE MOVED
The Office of Undergraduate Admissions has moved to Father O’Connell Hall. There is limited parking available behind McMahon Hall and ample parking available in the visitor lot of the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception located adjacent to our campus. This parking lot is open daily from 7am until 7pm and can be accessed via Harewood Road on the west side of the Basilica. Its entrance is marked by a red X on the map, click here to view. Once you have parked, walk east on Michigan Avenue until you reach Father O’Connell Hall, which is marked by a yellow star.
Newly Admitted Students
Are you a newly admitted Fall 2015 undergraduate student? Check out your next steps!
Odyssey Day 2015
Odyssey Day offers you the chance to experience Catholic University's rich and varied resources in an entirely new way-- as an admitted student!
An excellent opportunity to learn more about our academic programs, admission requirements, and student life.
to Visit Our Campus
Schedule a tour or interview, attend an open house or participate in one of our many academic workshops.
Your Admissions Counselor
Are you curious about who is your admissions representative? Put a face to the name! Each CUA admissions counselor is the contact person for a specific region of the country. To see what counselor is assigned to your area, click on the link above.
Explore the majors, minors, and special programs available to our students .
From the Cardinals Desk
Hear from current CUA students about campus life!
Browse the Admission View Book online, click here.