Admissions Office Shows Support for Applicants Amid Protests

By Katie Ward The Catholic University of America has joined the nearly 300 other universities that have pledged to not hold the disciplinary records of prospective students, who have been penalized for peacefully protesting gun violence, against their application status. Student protests across the country have developed in an unprecedented magnitude since the February 14th Read More …

Catholic University No Longer Requires Standardized Test Scores for Admission

By Paige Wearmouth On September 21, 2015, The Catholic University of America released an official announcement stating that the submission of standardized testing scores is no longer required for undergraduate admission. While applicants still have the option to submit their test scores during the application process, doing so will not give them an advantage over Read More …

Freshmen Class Size Larger Than Ever

By Taryn Lowney The current freshmen class at Catholic University is significantly larger than the Freshman classes of past years. There are nine hundred and ten freshmen this year in comparison to eight hundred and thirty freshmen last year. This year demonstrates a 9.6% increase in one year. “Admissions had more of a focus on Read More …