- Feb.10Ash Wednesday Masses
Masses with ash distribution will take place several times at various locations on campus.
- Feb.12Legacy Street
The Department of Drama presents Legacy Street, which follows the inhabitants of Legacy Street, a play about the human desperation for permanence and the unsung stories of our cities. Performances will be held Feb. 12, 13, 18, 20, and 21.
- Feb.13Br’er Cotton
The Department of Drama presents Br’er Cotton, a play about a young man out to save the world, wake up the zombies, and prove by any means necessary that Black Lives Matter. Performances will be held Feb. 13, 14, 17, 19, and 20.
- Feb.15International Coffee House and Tea Room
The Department of Modern Languages hosts an International Coffee House and Tea Room as part of International Week.
- Feb.17The Sources of Josquin's Missa de Beata Virgine
The Benjamin T. Rome School of Music’s musicology colloquium presents “A Few Days in the Life of a Renaissance Mass: The Sources of Josquin's Missa de Beata Virgine” by Alanna Ropchock of Case Western Reserve University.
- Feb.171001 Arabian Nights
The Saudi Student Association and the Arabic Club will introduce students to Middle Eastern culture as part of International Week.
- Feb.18Global Fest and Embassy Row
Foreign nationals, international student organizations, and scholars will share their heritage and culture at this International Week event.
- Feb.19Into the Woods
The Benjamin T. Rome School of Music presents its spring musical, Into the Woods, from James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim.
- Feb.19Mr. CUA
CUA's annual male pageant features food, fun, live music, and entertainment.
- Feb.20Cardinal Preview Day
Students admitted into the Class of 2020 will have the opportunity to engage in an event that emphasizes all that Catholic University has to offer.
- Feb.23Administrative Monday
Classes follow a Monday schedule this day. Tuesday classes do not meet.
- Feb.23The Year of Mercy
A panel of graduate students will explore how each academic area can uniquely embrace the Corporal Works of Mercy during this Year of Mercy.
- Feb.24Graduation Fair
Graduating students will get the opportunity to purchase items needed for Commencement.
- Feb.24The Arts in Italy During the Catholic Reformation
The Benjamin T. Rome School of Music’s musicology colloquium presents “The Catholic Reformation and the Arts in Italy: Some Observations on Common Themes and Issues in Music and Painting” by Jeffrey Kurtzman, professor of musicology at Washington University.
- Feb.29Spring Break
No classes will be held between Monday, Feb. 29, and Friday, March 4.
- Mar.8How To Work A Career Fair
The Office of Career Services provides advice on how to get the most out of the Spring Career Fair.
- Mar.8Cello Master Class
Lynn Harrell leads a Cello Master Class at the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music.
Swing by the Office of Career Services for resume advice before the Spring Career Fair.
- Mar.11Spring Canonical Seminar
The Spring Canonical Seminar is intended for practicing canon lawyers who seek continuing education in areas particularly relevant to their work in tribunal and chancery ministry.
- Mar.11Philosophy of Religion and the Problem of Evil
Mark C. Murphy of Georgetown University will speak as part of the School of Philosophy Spring Lecture Series.
- Mar.11Spring Career Fair
A wide variety of employers will be on-site to accept resumes and talk to students about upcoming opportunities.
- Mar.13Voice Master Class
Renee Fleming will lead a Voice Master Class at the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music.
- Mar.16Human Ecology
The School of Business and Economics and the Napa Institute present the conference Human Ecology: Integrating 125 Years of Catholic Social Doctrine.
- Mar.16Vaughan Williams and New York Criticism
The Benjamin T. Rome School of Music’s musicology colloquium presents “Vaughan Williams in the New York Crossfire: Olin and Harold vs. Virgil and Paul” by Allan W. Atlas of the City University of New York.
- Mar.17La Serva Pedrona and Gianni Schicci
The Benjamin T. Rome School of Music presents these two operas operas that were written nearly two hundred. years apart
- Mar.18Sons of CUA Weekend
Spend a weekend with fellow men of CUA in prayer, fellowship, fun, and reflection.
- Mar.24Holy Thursday
The University will be closed.
- Mar.25Good Friday
The University will be closed.
- Mar.28Easter Monday
The University will be closed.
- Mar.30English-Language Opera in 19th-Century America
The Benjamin T. Rome School of Music’s musicology colloquium presents “In Search of an Audience: English-Language Opera in Late Nineteenth-Century America” by Katherine Preston of the College of William and Mary.
- Mar.30Leadership@CUA Reception
Meet and speak with current student leaders at CUA. These students will speak about their experiences and will answer questions about leadership positions on campus.
- Apr.1Fabro Symposium
The School of Philosophy hosts a two-day symposium on Catholic priest and philosopher Cornelio Fabro.
- Apr.6Salary Negotiation Workshop
This workshop will guide attendees through the process of negotiating salary and the challenges of handling the discussion with employers.
- Apr.8Odyssey Day
Admitted students and their families will learn more about academic programs, sample some of the extracurricular activities available, and tour the campus.
- Apr.13Manuscript Differences in Songs by Hildegard of Bingen
The Benjamin T. Rome School of Music’s musicology colloquium presents “Caveat Cantor: Manuscript Differences in Hildegard's Songs” by Honey Meconi of the University of Rochester.
- Apr.15Research Day
Research Day is a day for the University community to learn about and celebrate the exciting scholarship being done by faculty and students.
- Apr.20Stylistic Intersections between Honegger and Stravinsky
The Benjamin T. Rome School of Music’s musicology colloquium presents “Honegger and Stravinsky: Stylistic Intersections” by Emily Bell of Catholic University.
- Apr.21Pride and Prejudice
The Department of Drama presents Jon Jory’s fast-paced and highly entertaining theatrical adaption of Jane Austen’s famous tale of social class and moral virtue. Performances will be held April 21 to 24.
- Apr.27Reading Day
No classes will be held so students can study for final exams.
- Apr.30Last Day of Classes
Last day of classes for the spring semester.
- May.3Final Exams
Final exams will be held May 3 through May 7.
- May.13Baccalaureate Mass
The Baccalaureate Mass honors graduating students. It is typically close to standing room only, so parents and friends who plan to attend should take their seats as soon as possible after 2:30 p.m.
- May.13Honors Convocation
Honors Convocation highlights the achievements of graduating students.
- May.142016 Commencement
Commencement will be held at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception.
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