At CatholicU, your residence hall is key to getting the most out of your student experience. It's more than just a place to live. It's a place to learn, grow, and form lifelong friendships. Here, you can take an inside look at CatholicU's residence life, visit student rooms, get your housing questions answered, and preview daily life as a Cardinal.
Ever wonder what your residence hall at CatholicU could look like? Explore the possibilities.
Our residence halls aren't just beautiful on the outside, but are full of energy and life on the inside. Take a more detailed tour inside student rooms in all of our residence halls.
The everyday aspects of living in a college residence hall are minor, but important parts of your residential experience. Sneak a peek at what those tasks look like for Catholic University students on a day-to-day basis.
A standard room contains an extra-long twin size bed, desk, desk chair, dresser, and wardrobe or closet, and one ethernet connection per person. One cable connection is provided per bedroom except in Millennium North and South where one cable connection per suite or apartment is provided. Beds can be lofted to stand 30" high, so that storage containers, including most dressers, may be stored underneath. Apartments may have additional furniture for use in the shared space, as appropriate.
Catholic University recognizes the benefits on-campus living has to offer to our students in terms of academic success, personal development, and involvement within the campus community. As such, Catholic University requires all freshman, sophomore, and junior year students to live in on-campus housing.
No, undergraduate students at Catholic University live in single sex residence halls. Coupled with programs directed toward students' personal, spiritual, and moral development, single sex housing fosters an environment of virtuous living consistent with the Catholic intellectual tradition.
2022-2023 Undergraduate Room and Board cost: $16,670
Want some insights on what it's really like to live at CatholicU? Check out these tips from current students for successful residence life.
You will most likely have less space in your college room than you do at home, you will probably be sharing your room, and you have limited space in suitcases and boxes to transport all your belongings. Before move-in, do a serious wardrobe clean-out (but don’t forget to bring some business clothes for possible interviews or fancy dinners). As much as possible, stick to the essentials.
At the beginning of your freshman year, you cannot afford to close yourself off from opportunities. Say yes to the campus events that get you out of your room. Say yes to the rich faith life Catholic University offers. Say yes to invitations to join people for lunch or to participate in service. You might not remember everyone you talk to, but you never know where you might meet your future best friend, or even significant other. If only you say yes.
Catholic University is in a metropolitan city, in which you will have access to plenty of stores which sell whatever you need for residence hall life. You're just a metro ride away from all that DC has to offer. Perhaps even the Pryz Market, the convenience store on campus, or other campus housing resources have what you are looking for.
Lofting your bed higher off the ground can be surprisingly practical. It gives you extra storage space for boxes, laundry baskets, and more. If lofted on the highest setting, even the dresser that comes with your room fits right underneath.
Designate time each day or week for activities like prayer, studying, service, fun events, and exercising, apart from your other responsibilities. For example, set aside each morning for a quick workout at the Kane Fitness Center and each Thursday night for Adoration. Incorporate important activities into your routine early on so that they become normal for you.
A team of photographers and videographers fanned out across campus and Washington, D.C., to chronicle a day in the life of Catholic University. Working from before sunrise to long after sunset, the team captured the student experience from every angle. This is CatholicU.
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.
Washington, D.C., is a city of politics, parades, festivals, museums (did we mention most of them are free?), professional sports, theatres, concerts, shopping, parks, restaurants, monuments, waterways, and trendy neighborhoods.