Rev. James Martin Disinvited by University Seminary

By Duane Paul Murphy ’19 Catholic University of America’s national seminary last week withdrew its invitation for James Martin to speak at the seminary’s annual alumni event, citing the concern that his views about the LGBT community needing to have a better relationship with the Catholic Church may become a distraction at the event, based Read More …

Freshman Retreat Recap: New Friends, Renewed Faith

  By Samuel Matthews    Three hundred and eight members of the freshman class participated in the Class of 2021 Freshman Retreat, a weekend retreat designed to bring new students closer together and help them grow in their faith. Their destination? Sandy Hill Camp and Retreat Center in North East, Maryland, about two hours from 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 …

Search for the Dean the School of Arts and Sciences and School of Business and Economics Continues for Another Semester

By Cameron Hosseinian John Garvey announced on June 2, 2015, that Andrew Abela was appointed to University Provost at Catholic University. Garvey described Abela as “a charismatic figure with an accomplished academic record, excellent leadership skills, and a passion for the University’s mission, who would command the respect of the board, the cabinet, the deans, Read More …

CUA in Search of New Treasurer for Spring 2016

By Chris Woodside Have you ever wondered what happens once your check leaves your home or bank and comes to Catholic University every semester to pay your tuition? Most likely, the funds that come from your tuition check will be distributed and overseen by the Treasurer. Knowing how much money universities are responsible for handling, Read More …

Support your fellow Cards at the first Tailgate of the Season!

By Anna Mohler The first Cardinal Tailgate of the football season is this Saturday, September 12th, starting at 10:00 AM.  Custos, Catholic University’s very own spirit tradition holder, is sponsoring this highly coveted event. Starting with free food, games, and prizes for the most spirited tailgate, this event is one that every member of the Read More …

Catholic University Welcomes New Administrators

By Joe D’Antonio The Catholic University of America made a series of major changes to the administrative staff over the summer. The first announcement came from the President of the University, John Garvey, in an email on June 2nd. The President announced that the position of Provost would be filled by Dr. Andrew V. Abela. Read More …