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 …

Interview with First-Ever University Architect

By Katie Ward The first-ever University Architect can’t believe students have had to wear down their own path on the hillside leading up to Centennial Village. Margaret Carney, previously the Associate Vice President for Facilities Planning and Management, was appointed to the new position of University Architect by President John Garvey last Monday, October 30th, Read More …

University to Waive Tuition Fees for 40 Students in Puerto Rico

By Duane Paul Murphy The Catholic University of America will waive tuition and other student fees to welcome up to 40 students currently enrolled in degree programs in colleges and universities in Puerto Rico to support them in the wake of damage done by Hurricanes Irma and Maria. Students are now eligible to apply to Read More …