The best way for you to discover what it means to live and learn at CatholicU is to visit our campus!
Join one of our Cardinal Ambassadors on a walking tour of our beautiful 176-acre campus, the largest and greenest in Washington, D.C. Our tours are ideal if you're early in your college search, but are open to students in any stage of the college application process.
During your visit, a member of the CatholicU Admission team will conduct a 30-minute information session that will cover everything from academics and internships to student life and faith development. We hope to see you soon!
Watch "The College Tour" featuring Catholic University! Our episode of "The College Tour" TV series showcases CatholicU's campus and students as they share what they love about the university.Watch the episode
April 1, 2023 - Odyssey Day offers you the chance to experience our rich and varied resources in an entirely new way — as an admitted student!Learn More
We know many of you are currently unable to travel to our beautiful campus for a visit. As you continue your college search, we want to make sure you are able to learn more about Catholic University while staying close to home. Check out our virtual visit page to get a better sense of what CatholicU is really like.Start Your Virtual Visit
Special Group Tours are available for groups larger than 8-10 people, visiting from secondary schools, college preparatory programs, community organizations, etc.Learn More
Students applying for admission are invited to complete an optional interview conducted by an Admission Counselor. All interviews are being conducted virtually at this time.Learn More
In this course, students learn about D.C. as a symbolic city (the design and meaning of buildings, monuments, and museums), a political city (the behavior of national and local policymakers), and a living city (the economy, neighborhoods, culture, and population). Read more
We want you to learn who you are by experiencing all we have to offer. You will make lifelong friendships, create lasting memories, and discover new interests. Both on campus and off, you will discover who you are meant to be. And some of it may surprise you. Read more
Although options abound all over the city, Catholic University’s neighborhood of Brookland provides students with many options for restaurants, stores, and cultural events. In fact, many students live in Monroe Street Market, just across the street from campus. Read more