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University Calendar

Upcoming Events

  • Mar.
    7
    Single Reed Symposium 2015
    Join CUA's Bob Beeson and Ben Redwine as the saxophone and clarinet studios join forces to present the CUA Single Reed Symposium 2015.
  • Mar.
    9
    Spring Break
    No classes will be held between Monday, March 9, and Sunday, March 15.
  • Mar.
    12
    MSPS Open House
    The Metropolitan School of Professional Studies (MSPS) offers adult learners flexible class schedules and a full complement of student services, financial assistance resources, and career-building opportunities.
  • Mar.
    12
    American Catholics and Immigration: Past and Present
    This academic conference will bring historians and policy experts together to compare how Catholics in the United States have responded to new immigrant groups, from the 19th century to the present.
  • Mar.
    13
    Out of the Shadows: Mary in the New Testament and Beyond
    Ian Boxall, associate professor of New Testament, will speak as part of the Honoring Mary series.
  • Mar.
    16
    The Synods on the Family and the New Evangelization
    Most Rev. Joseph E. Kurtz, archbishop of Louisville, president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), and a participant in the Synod of Bishops on the Family; and John Grabowski, associate professor and director of moral theology/ethics at CUA and a member of the Pontifical Council for the Family, will participate.
  • Mar.
    17
    A Reading of Verse and Translation with Desmond Egan
    Irish poet Desmond Egan will launch his latest collection of poems, Epic.
  • Mar.
    19
    Rigoletto
    The Benjamin T. Rome School of Music presents Verdi's opera Rigoletto. Performances will be staged March 19 to 22.
  • Mar.
    19
    12th Annual James H Provost Memorial Lecture
    Archbishop Timothy P. Broglio of the Military Services, USA will speak in this lecture sponsored by the School of Canon Law.
  • Mar.
    20
    Graduate Student Conference on Mary
    The School of Arts and Sciences, School of Theology and Religious Studies, and University Honors Program present an interdisciplinary graduate conference to explore the influence of Mary and her image through time.
  • Mar.
    20
    The Public and the Private
    The School of Philosophy presents this graduate student conference on March 20 and 21.
  • Mar.
    20
    Spring Career Fair
    The Office of Career Services presents opportunities for students and alumni to network with employers.
  • Mar.
    22
    Sights and Sounds Exhibit
    The Benjamin T. Rome of Music presents an exhibit on the school's 50-year history. The exhibit runs through May 18.
  • Mar.
    26
    Washington International Piano Series Special Guest
    Jocelyn A. K. Swigger, piano professor and coordinator of keyboard studies at Sunderman Conservatory at Gettysburg College, will perform.
  • Mar.
    26
    Afghanistan, Chechnya, Donbass. Historical Reflections on Violence from Brezhnev to Putin
    Jan C. Behrends of the Center for Contemporary History in Germany will deliver the lecture in conjunction with the Department of History. A reception will follow the lecture.
  • Apr.
    2
    Holy Thursday
    The University will be closed. Easter recess begins.
  • Apr.
    3
    Good Friday
    The University will be closed.
  • Apr.
    6
    Easter Monday
    The University will be closed.
  • Apr.
    12
    CUA Symphony Orchestra and Choruses Concert
    The CUA Symphony Orchestra and Choruses of the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music will perform at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Tickets are required.
  • Apr.
    13
    Media and the New Evangelization
    Panelists from some of the leading Catholic TV networks will speak on "Media and the New Evangelization."
  • Apr.
    14
    32 Beethoven Piano Sonata Series
    This series will be performed by faculty and students from the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music throughout the year.
  • Apr.
    15
    Archbishop Fulton Sheen Memorial Classroom Dedication
    Archbishop Fulton Sheen's former classroom in McMahon Hall will be dedicated. The day also features a Mass and holy hour in honor of Archbishop Sheen.
  • Apr.
    16
    The Muse & Mister Yeats
    The Muse & Mister Yeats, written and produced by Eamon Grennan, will be performed by the Curlew Theatre Company of Connemara, Ireland.
  • Apr.
    23
    The Revolutionists
    The Department of Drama presents this production from Lauren Gunderson. Performances will be staged April 23 to 26.
  • Apr.
    23
    Washington International Piano Series Special Guest
    Brian Billion, first-prize winner of the First Catholic University of America International Piano Competition, will perform.
  • May.
    2
    Last Day of Classes
    Courses for the 2015 spring semester will end.
  • May.
    5
    Final Exams
    Final exams will be held Tuesday, May 5, through Saturday, May 9.
  • May.
    15
    Baccalaureate Mass
    The Baccalaureate Mass for graduates and their families will be held in the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception.
  • May.
    16
    Commencement
    The 125th Annual Commencement Ceremony will be held on the steps of the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception.

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