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Join the more than 3,000 graduate students (almost half of the total student body) studying across more than 130 graduate programs spanning the humanities, sciences, engineering, social sciences, arts, professions, and ecclesiastical programs, some of which are unique to this University.

As a graduate student in the nation’s capital, you will tap extraordinary resources, including more than 20 Catholic University research centers, as well as the scholarly resources (combined 10 million volumes) of the 15-member Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area.

  • Application Process

    Your graduate application must be submitted by February 1 for Fall consideration, with certain programs (Clinical Psychology PhD/ December 1st) and Master of Architecture/January 15th) requiring earlier submission.

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  • Cost of Attendance

    Learn the complete and detailed costs of graduate and doctoral education at The Catholic University of America.

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  • Financial Aid

    Assistantships, fellowships and many other types of merit and need-based aid can help you achieve the goal of a graduate and doctoral degree.

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