The best way for you to discover what it means to live and learn at Catholic University is to visit our campus!
We invite you and your family to explore our 176 acres located in the heart of Washington, D.C. During your visit, you’ll meet with both the admission staff and current CatholicU students while discovering all the opportunities we have to offer.
There are a variety of ways for you to visit:
Recently offered admission to the Catholic U. Class of 2025? This is where you can find information about and register for upcoming events tailored specifically for you! This includes campus tours, virtual sessions, and more.Learn More
An ideal visit for students in the early stages of their college search or students waiting on their admission decision, we're happy to offer in-person campus visits. You'll receive a campus tour led by a student guide as well as a presentation from a member of the admission staff.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
If you can't visit campus in person just yet, you can still catch a glimpse of what's going on by checking out the four new webcams we have set up so you can see what's happening anytime at some key intersections for student activity on campus.Learn More
Information sessions and tours are currently available for admitted students, with limited availability for high school sophomores and juniors. 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.
We also have live virtual information sessions and tours available for prospective students. To register, visit our Virtual Sessions page. In order to allow visitors in a safe and manageable way, our on-campus office will be staffed on a rotating schedule; however, all members of the counseling staff are working on-campus or remotely. Email messages to individual staff members or to email@example.com will be the best way to communicate.
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 when visiting from a high-risk state. Please note the following guidelines: