Campus life

Students Participate in Both School and University-wide Activities

Students of the Department of Economics have the opportunity to attend economics-centered events. Monthly lectures, trips to Wall Street as well as to other federal and international organizations in the D.C. area are meant to provide students an understanding of the always-evolving professional world.

In addition to these Department-based events, students can participate in countless other activities sponsored by various groups on campus. The student-run Program Board puts on weekly events like “Movies on the Mall” or “Jams and Joe.” The Office of Campus Ministry hosts spiritual, service, and social events on and off campus, including feeding the homeless or visiting the veterans hospital. Cardinal Athletics draws crowds of student supporters to sports events year-round. With so much to do, students can always fill their calendar.

Students in residence hall room

Campus Living

Living at The Catholic University of America is about more than your room — it's about being part of a dynamic and supportive community where opportunities to engage academically, spiritually, and socially are endless.

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