Imagine studying politics 10 minutes away from Capitol Hill. Or nursing 10 miles from the National Institutes of Health. Or law four miles from the Supreme Court of the United States. What about architecture? You’ll be living in a city designed by Pierre Charles L'Enfant. A city where architecture is the first feature. Or media? Every news agency in the world is here. Interested in library and information science? Take a class within the walls of the Library of Congress.

Catholic University is located in the heart of Washington, D.C., a city of politics, parades, festivals, museums (did we mention most of them are free?), professional sports, theater, concerts, shopping, parks, restaurants, monuments, waterways, and trendy neighborhoods. Ranked the top place to visit in 2020 by The New York Times, Washington, D.C., has a thriving culture that has something to offer everyone. 

D.C. has something that will enhance your experience no matter what you’re studying. Find your academic area of interest below and find out why you should attend Catholic University and study in Washington, D.C.