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University Calendar

Upcoming Events

  • Aug.
    31
    First Day of Classes
    Classes for the fall semester will begin.
  • Sep.
    2
    Campus Employment Fair
    Representatives from campus offices will be on hand to describe the jobs they have available and to hire those students who are interested.
  • Sep.
    3
    Mass of the Holy Spirit
    The Mass is held annually at the opening of the academic year.
  • Sep.
    7
    Labor Day
    The University will be closed.
  • Sep.
    10
    Education Abroad Fair
    The fair showcases the overseas opportunities available to CUA students and enables them to meet with program representatives and past program participants.
  • Sep.
    13
    Beethoven Piano Sonata Series
    Sonatas 17- 21 will be performed at Jordan Kitt Music in Fairfax, Va., as part of the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music's 50th anniversary celebration.
  • Sep.
    13
    Serve With Pope Francis Day
    In preparation for Pope Francis's visit, CUA is inviting current students and alumni to serve with Pope Francis.
  • Sep.
    15
    Beethoven Piano Sonata Series
    Sonatas 17-21 will be performed in Ward Recital Hall as part of the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music's 50th anniversary celebration.
  • Sep.
    15
    Blessing or Scourge? Capitalism through the Eyes of Pope Francis
    President John Garvey will participate in this discussion, which will be held at the Cato Institute in Washington, D.C.
  • Sep.
    16
    Class of 2019 Convocation
    The Class of 2019 will celebrate its convocation.
  • Sep.
    18
    Religious Freedom Summit
    Speakers at this event will include President John Garvey, Archbishop William Lori, Ken Starr, and Frank Wolf.
  • Sep.
    20
    Beethoven Piano Sonata Series Special Concert
    This concert will be held at the National Portrait Gallery and is part of the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music's 50th anniversary celebration.
  • Sep.
    23
    Pope Francis Visits CUA
    Pope Francis will celebrate Mass on the East Portico of the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception. The congregation attending the Mass will assemble in the area surrounding the steps of the Basilica, including the University Mall.
  • Sep.
    24
    Selma '65
    The Department of Drama will stage this production Thursday, Sept. 24, through Sunday, Sept. 27.
  • Sep.
    26
    The Music of Faith in Times of War: Musical Treasures from Mid-17th Century Vienna
    This illustrated musicology lecture and concert based on the research of Associate Professor Andrew H. Weaver will discuss how the emperor used music to successfully navigate through a disastrous war.
  • Oct.
    2
    Fall Career Fair
    A wide variety of employers will be on-site to accept resumes and talk to students about upcoming opportunities.
  • Oct.
    4
    Beethoven Piano Sonata Series
    Sonatas 22-26 will be performed at Jordan Kitt Music in Rockville, Md., as part of the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music's 50th anniversary celebration.
  • Oct.
    6
    Beethoven Piano Sonata Series
    Sonatas 22-26 will be performed in Ward Recital Hall as part of the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music's 50th anniversary celebration.
  • Oct.
    9
    Family Weekend
    The weekend will feature a football game, a service opportunity, a reception with President Garvey, a Family Weekend Mass, tours of campus, excursions into D.C., and more.
  • Oct.
    11
    Beethoven Piano Sonata Series Special Concert
    Sonatas 23, 28, 31 32 will be performed at the Smithsonian American Art Museum as part of the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music's 50th anniversary celebration.
  • Oct.
    12
    Columbus Day
    The University will be closed.
  • Oct.
    22
    Most Happy Fella
    The Musical Theatre Division of the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music presents Frank Loesser’s musical, which premiered on Broadway in 1956. Productions will be staged Thursday, Oct. 22, through Sunday, Oct. 25.
  • Oct.
    23
    Cardinal Weekend
    Classes years ending in a 0 or 5 will be celebrating reunions. Events will be held throughout the weekend.
  • Nov.
    2
    Registration for Classes
    Registration for spring semester courses begins.
  • Nov.
    7
    Sacred and Liturgical Music of the Baroque from the Bolivian Rain Forests
    The combined University choruses and members of the CUA Symphony Orchestra present the U.S. premiere of choral works discovered by priest, scholar, editor, professor, conductor, and alumnus Rev. Piotr Nawrot.
  • Nov.
    8
    Beethoven Piano Sonata Series
    Sonatas 27-29 will be performed at Jordan Kitt Music in Fairfax, Va., as part of the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music's 50th anniversary celebration.
  • Nov.
    10
    Beethoven Piano Sonata Series
    Sonatas 27–29 will be performed in Ward Recital Hall as part of the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music's 50th anniversary celebration.
  • Nov.
    15
    Beethoven Piano Sonata Series
    Sonatas 30-32 will be performed at Jordan Kitt Music in Rockville, Md., as part of the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music's 50th anniversary celebration.
  • Nov.
    19
    Big Love
    The Department of Drama will stage this production Thursday, Nov. 19, through Sunday, Nov. 22.
  • Nov.
    22
    Music of Aaron Copland
    The CUA Symphony Orchestra presents a concert of the music of Aaron Copland, who received an honorary degree from CUA in 1979.
  • Nov.
    23
    Beethoven Piano Sonata Series
    Sonatas 30-32 will be performed in Ward Recital Hall as part of the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music's 50th anniversary celebration.
  • Nov.
    25
    Thanksgiving Break
    The University will be closed Wednesday, Nov. 25, through Sunday, Nov. 29, for Thanksgiving.
  • Dec.
    8
    Patronal Feast of the Immaculate Conception
    This day will be used as a reading day. No classes will be held and offices will be closed.
  • Dec.
    14
    Final Day of Classes
    Classes for the fall semester will end.
  • Dec.
    15
    Final Exams
    Final exams will be held Tuesday, Dec. 15, through Saturday, Dec. 19.
  • Dec.
    23
    Christmas Holiday
    The University will be closed for the holidays from Wednesday, Dec. 23, through Sunday, Jan. 3.

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