An Odyssey into Architecture

Hey there! My name’s Sam and I’m a freshman architecture student here at The Catholic University of America. Up until the start of my senior year of high school I barely knew Catholic University existed, much less what it offered. Not being Catholic or from this area, (I call the Tar Heel state my home),... Continue Reading →

Catholic University Bucket List

  Hey, guys! Graceann and Natali here! We met this summer while working as Cardinal Ambassadors in the Office of Admission, and over the course of the summer we created a Catholic University bucket list of things we've done, and still need to do! Whether you're an incoming freshman or a returning student, make sure you... Continue Reading →

What to Expect on Move In Day

About to move in at Catholic and want a little sneak preview of what’s in store? Well, push any worries aside and get ready for a great day! Here are all the ins and outs you can expect. Before coming to Catholic University for move-in day, you will hear from your Orientation Advisor, who will... Continue Reading →

Keeping Up with the Cardinals

Hey, guys! It’s your favorite blogger, Graceann, again!  I know that all of you are just counting down the days until you arrive at your new home in Brookland (#23daystomovein), and we can’t wait to have you here! But before you come, there are a few things that you should be keeping up with on... Continue Reading →

Why I Love Orientation

They say if you want to live your best life, wear clothes that make you feel good about yourself. For me, the outfit that makes me feel like I’m living my best life is a red polo and khakis. There’s just something about that “Jake from State Farm” look that really gets me going. That,... Continue Reading →

The DC Culture

Get some insider information from Sam C., a junior at CUA who breaks down all the need-to-know info, from lingo to life-hacks, on your transition to being a student in Washington, D.C.!

Dorm Checklist

Living away from home is uncharted territory for most students when they start college, so it’s important to figure out early on how to survive dorm life. A big part of that is knowing what to bring and what should be left at home. When I moved into my first dorm at CUA, I pretty... Continue Reading →

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