On July 31, President John Garvey announced a plan for Fall 2020. That plan limits the number of students who can reside on campus and take classes in person. Priority will be given to freshmen (and transfers with fewer than 30 college credits). They will move into the residence halls as planned. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors will not be able to live on campus this fall, and will take all of their classes online. Please check back to this page often for updated information related to this plan.
The Catholic University of America gives you the best of both worlds — an independent living experience, and a supportive community you’ll come to lean on and appreciate in challenging times. You’ll enjoy both the beauty of our 176-acre parklike campus, and the excitement of living in a truly global city.
Living at Catholic University you can be confident that you will be in an environment that is designed to ensure your safety, promote wellness, and foster your growth as a whole person. All of our undergraduate student residence halls are single-sex by building. You’ll start hearing about our programs to promote healthy behaviors on the first day of orientation. And you can feel secure knowing that student safety is the University’s highest priority.
It's so much more than where you sleep! The Office of Residence Life offers students support and opportunities to maximize their collegiate experience. Students live in a safe and inclusive community where personal development and collaboration are celebrated.Learn More
Living on-campus is about more than your room — it is about being a part of a dynamic campus community. The Office of Housing Services provides and manages residential living environments within well-maintained, safe, and modern multi-use facilities that are responsive to the changing needs of students.Learn More