It means that service and faith are at the core of everything we do. Catholic University is the national university of the Catholic Church in the United States, founded and sponsored by the bishops of the country with the approval of the Holy See. Learn more about how Catholic University is faithfully Catholic.
There is no GPA requirement for Catholic University. Successful applicants to Catholic University pursue a combination of college preparatory, Honors, and AP/IB courses that fit their interests and strengths. All students are reviewed within the context of their high school, with course offerings and schedules and class rank taken into account when appropriate. Learn more about admission at Catholic University.
Catholic University is a Division III school. The University sponsors 25 varsity programs. Learn more about Athletics at Catholic University.
Catholic University does not require SAT scores. We believe we can make effective admission decisions without requiring SAT or ACT scores. Your success in the classroom is the best indicator of your success. Learn more about admission at Catholic University.
$37,238 is the average tuition and room-and-board cost after scholarships and grants to first-year students. Learn more about tuition and financial aid.
There are 3,279 undergraduate students and 2,492 graduate students. Catholic University sits on 176 acres, the largest, greenest campus in Washington, D.C.
Catholic University offers a range of scholarships that recognize and reward you for outstanding academic performance in high school — as well as exceptional leadership and service in your school, church, and community. Learn more about scholarships.
Catholic University does have Greek organizations on campus:
No, students of all faiths and backgrounds are welcome at Catholic University. Learn about the community at Catholic University.
Yes, we believe we can make effective admission decisions without requiring SAT or ACT scores. Learn more about admission at Catholic University.
Catholic University is located in the Brookland neighborhood of Washington, D.C. Our campus offers the best of both worlds: a small neighborhood feel in the heart of a metropolitan city. Learn about Catholic University's D.C. advantage.
Catholic University is not associated with any particular religious order. It was founded and sponsored by the bishops of the United States with the approval of the Holy See. Learn more about how Catholic University is faithfully Catholic.