Nestled just north of Capitol Hill sits Catholic University. Our campus is a world within a world. It is located in a powerful and historic city, but is also home to 176 acres of lush green landscapes and cherry blossom trees.
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. On this page, you can sign up for one of our virtual information sessions, take a virtual tour, meet your admission counselor, and get a better sense of what our campus is really like.
Your Catholic University journey starts here.
Join Mark Ciolli (Dean of Undergraduate Admission) and Mindy Schaffer (Executive Director of Student Financial Assistance) to learn about our freshman application process, scholarship opportunities, and student financial assistance.
Our virtual tour lets you see what it's like to walk across campus, tour a residence hall room, and more.Launch Experience
Our YouTube channel features more content that will help you get familiar with CatholicU. Hear from the dean of the program you're interested in. Find out more about clubs you're interested in joining. And learn what it's really like to live and learn at CatholicU.
Major: Architecture (minor in Sustainability)
"Events like the days of service, Spring Break Habitat trips, and summer immersion trips through Catholic all show who we are as Cardinals: a community which will give up what we have to serve others."
Major: Media and Communication Studies
"Because our department is small I’ve had great attention from all of my professors, who have helped me develop my specific interests within the major.”
"I really thank Catholic University for opening doors for me. I don't know how I would have gotten [this] experience otherwise."
"The academics here are good, and I like the warm, welcoming atmosphere.”
"When I’m not doing homework I’m walking around campus and listening to music. I like to walk by Aquinas Hall because it’s just so pretty and peaceful."
Major: Electrical Engineering
"“I applied to a lot of different colleges, big and small, but my dad said, ‘If you go to some of these other big schools you’ll be a number. But if you go to Catholic University, the profs will get to know you.’ He was right."