As DC enters Phase 2, we will continue our re-opening of our campus to visiting families on July 6th. In order to allow visitors in a safe and manageable way, we will be offering Group Information Sessions inside, twice per day, in a space that allows for both social distancing and for fewer than 50 people. Each session will be followed by a campus tour given by a current student or member of our admission staff.
Our office has taken additional measures to ensure your health and safety while on campus:
Hand sanitizer will be available for all guests upon checking in and throughout the tour.
We have increased cleaning measures throughout our building.
We will provide water for guests throughout the tour as the majority of the tour will take place outside.
Our staff and students have gone through training to ensure proper social distancing measures during your campus visit.
We look forward to welcoming you to campus! We encourage you to bring comfortable shoes for your tour and to come prepared for D.C. weather- which can often be hot and humid. 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 each member of your party 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. Guests are expected to arrive with their own face covering.
Registration will occur outside and a face covering must be worn in order to register.
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. Also, in accordance with an updated District of Columbia Mayor's Order that went into effect on July 27th, visitors that are traveling from a COVID-19 high-risk state are prohibited from visiting the campus. High-risk states are locations where the seven-day moving average of daily new COVID-19 cases is 10 or more per 100,000 people. 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.
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