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CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY


markets, parks, and historic sites that make Washington, DC, one of the most interesting, dynamic, and influ- ential cities in the world.


At CatholicU, we understand the value of an education far surpasses its cost. That’s why we commit more than $70 million each year to our comprehensive financial aid program and why over the last three years, we’ve directly offered scholarships and/or need-based grants to 95% of first-year students.


Despite recent challenges posed by


the coronavirus pandemic, Catholic University continues to take steps toward a bigger and brighter future. We’re working on a new dining hall to be completed in 2022 and—thanks to a $40 million gift—are currently in the design stages for a new building to house the Conway School of Nurs- ing that will support other science programs across campus. We welcome students wishing to transfer from another college or university to apply to Catholic University. Our location in Washing- ton, DC, the wide range of academic programs and available internships, and status as the only national univer- sity of the Catholic Church attracts diverse and competitive transfer stu- dents from across the country and world. To make it an even easier deci- sion to apply, Catholic University does not charge an application fee to apply for undergraduate admission. And in 2020-2021 we became “test blind,” meaning we no longer consider standardized test scores as part of the review for admission. Visit us at catholic.edu and explore our campus either virtual or in-person, register for an information session, and check out our virtual viewbook. Begin writing your story at CatholicU. We can’t wait to see what you do with it. n


The Catholic University of America Washington, DC catholic.edu cua-admissions@cua.edu @CatholicUniversity @CatholicUniv @catholicuniversity


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Other colleges and universities talk about having a “DC experience.” At CatholicU, the vibrant pulse of the nation’s capital has been interwoven with the University and the lives of its students since 1887. Eight US presidents have walked the campus. Three popes have visited. The University offers specific courses (like Washington 101) that introduce students to the city as a classroom, where varied lessons on history, politics, culture and the arts, global economics, public policy, and more can be found at nearly every turn. Students also have unsurpassed opportunities for internships on Capitol Hill, at the Library of Congress, at the Smithsonian, and at other leading public and private organizations.


RANKINGS & RECOGNITION


• In 2019, three Catholic University students—two of which were undergraduate students—were awarded prestigious Fulbright research grants for study overseas.


• In 2020, Catholic University was recognized as one of the top schools for service by Catholic Volunteer Network.


• In 2018, Catholic University saw a 98.57% pass rate for Nursing students taking the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) for the first time.


• In 2017–2018, CatholicU’s athletics department was honored with the National Association of Division III Administrators Community Service Award in On-Going Projects for its annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service.


WHAT OUR STUDENTS SAY...


“ It’s been a joy to be a part of this faith community. It’s become a special type of extended family. The professors and friends I’ve met here have helped me become the person I am now.” — Emily Carey ’19


“ I’ve loved DC ever since visiting as a kid. I love the history, the monuments, the museums. And I’ve gone to Catholic schools my whole life. I wanted that experience for college too.” — Jeremy Striano ’21


“ I’m a Catholic. I take my faith seriously, and I try to show the love of God to others when I perform. The academics here are good, and I like the warm, welcoming atmosphere.” — Antonio Plumer ’22


“ I love my business classes because in everything we’re learning, I don’t have to separate my faith. I would like to start a for-profit business that does good in the world, where my faith influences my business decisions.” — Lizzy Rich ’20


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