Information sessions and tours are currently available for admitted students, with limited availability for high school sophomores and juniors, as well as seniors awaiting their admission decisions. Prospective student information sessions and tours are geared toward students at the beginning of the college search process. If you are an admitted student, please click here for Admitted Student Events.
Due to the limited availability of tours, we ask that you please only sign up for one campus visit at this time. If you have a scheduling conflict, please make sure you cancel your initial visit before registering for another.
Our office has taken additional measures to ensure your health and safety while on campus:
We have increased cleaning measures throughout our building.
Hand sanitizer will be available for all guests upon checking in.
Please dress accordingly and check the forecast for your visit as the tour is conducted completely outside. All academic buildings, residence halls, and The Pryzbyla Student Center are closed to guests.
Our staff and students have gone through extensive training to ensure proper social distancing measures during your campus visit.
We look forward to welcoming you to campus! Please note that if there is inclement weather, your tour may be delayed or canceled due to the safety of our guests and staff.
We ask that families adhere to the following during their visits:
All visitors must register for visits in advance. We are unable to accommodate walk-in visitors at this time.
Parties should be limited to three (3) people total. Each member of your party must sign a COVID-19 Campus Visit Consent Form. This form will be emailed to the student two business days prior to your campus visit. We ask that the form is completed and returned to the Office of Admission one business day prior to the start of your tour.
Per Catholic University policy, all guests are requiredto wear face coverings throughout their campus visit, both indoors and outdoors. Guests are expected to arrive with their own face covering.
Guests must adhere to a six-foot social distancing policy at all times throughout their visit.
Our students and staff will be enforcing these policies. We ask that you adhere to these policies at all times. Note: Pending the responses to your consent form, you may be required to take a self-guided virtual tour of campus. All visitors attending an on-campus information session an/or campus tour who plan to remain in D.C. for more than 24 hours must be ready to show a negative COVID-19 test result to an admission staff member when checking in for the session or tour.Guidance from the D.C. Government as well as a full list of high-risk states is available here. Travel to and from Maryland and Virginia is exempt from the Order.
Following an updated District of Columbia Mayor's order that went into effect on November 5, 2020, visitors to Washington, D.C. are no longer required to quarantine if visiting from a high-risk state. Please note the following guidelines:
Visitors traveling to Washington, D.C. and the Catholic University campus for less than 24 hours are exempt from the COVID-19 testing requirement.
Visitors from "high-risk" states" who plan to remain in D.C. longer than 24 hours must be in receipt of a negative COVID-19 test result taken no more than 72-hours before arrival in D.C.
Visitors staying in DC longer than three days will be required to have a test conducted while in the District.
Residents of Maryland and Virginia are exempt from these requirements.