The Catholic University of America combines a rich tradition of Catholic spirituality with a proven record of academic excellence. Founded as a graduate research center, today CUA also features a strong undergraduate program based in the liberal arts. In addition, CUA offers educational opportunities for high-school and non-traditional students looking to continue their education part time.
CUA grants undergraduate degrees in 72 programs, master's degrees in 103 programs, and doctoral or terminal degrees in 66 programs. CUA's graduate programs in philosophy and social work are among the oldest in the United States and the university features the only schools of library science and music in Washington, D.C.
At every level, the university is dedicated to the advancement of learning and particularly to the development of knowledge in the light of Christian revelation, convinced that faith is consistent with reason. – Statement of Aims and Goals of The Catholic University of America
Find out more about each of CUA's 13 schools.
A list of programs at CUA offering undergraduate degrees.
General information and overview for graduate students.
CUA's flexible options for finishing your education at night, on the weekends or online.
Information on summer classes for undergraduate, graduate and high school students.
Homepage for university libraries and access to online catalogs and databases.
Where success begins for the Class of 2013.
Details on CUA's active learning, seminar-style honors program for exceptional students.
Information for CUA students interested in studying overseas and for international students interested in coming to CUA.
Key university dates, including the start and end dates of classes, holidays, exam days, registration dates, and financial aid deadlines.
Descriptions and meeting times of classes currently offered at CUA.
Official Web site of James F. Brennan, Ph.D., university provost, with links to academic resources and initiatives.