The best way for you to discover what it means to live and learn at Catholic University is to visit our campus!

There are a variety of ways for you to visit:

  • Prospective Student Campus Tours

    Students on a campus tour

    Join one of our student guides on a walking tour of our beautiful 176-acre campus, the largest and greenest in Washington, D.C. You’ll learn about everything Catholic University has to offer, from academics and internships to student life and faith development. 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. 

    Learn more about campus tours 

  • Students sitting in Centennial Village

    Visit CatholicU Virtually

    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
  • Admission office


    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.

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  • Special Group Tours

    Special Group Tours are available for groups larger than 8-10 people, visiting from secondary schools, college preparatory programs, community organizations, etc.

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  • Still image from webcam atop Pryzbyla Center

    Campus Webcams

    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.

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Campus Visit Updates

Information sessions and tours are currently available for prospective students. In order to keep our students, staff, and visitors safe, we are following the current District of the Columbia recommendations. 

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 will be the best way to communicate.