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The Catholic University of America

620 Michigan Avenue- NE
Washington, District of Columbia 20064

Level Four or more years
Undergraduate Enrollment 3,096
Setting City
Links Financial Aid Office
Admissions Office
Online Application (Fee: $55)
Total 2016 Full-Time Undergraduate Enrollment 3,096
Total 2016 Full-Time First-Year Enrollment 723
Total 2016 Total Enrollment 6,074
Middle 50% Range of HS GPA for Freshmen 3.05-3.65
Middle 50% Range of ACT/SAT for Freshmen Test Optional
Accept Transfer Students Yes
Minimum GPA of transfers 3.20-3.70
Total 2016 Full-Time Transfer Student Enrollment 69
Catholic Order Affiliation National University of the Catholic Church in America; founded by the U.S. Bishops
3 Most Popular Majors Politics, Business (varied), Engineering
Unique Academic Programs Nursing; Musical Theater; Architecture; Media and Communications Studies; Social Work

Interesting Facts

The Catholic University of America is unique as the national university of the Catholic Church and as the only higher education institution founded by the U.S. bishops. Established in 1887 as a papally chartered graduate and research center, the University began offering undergraduate education in 1904.

Catholic University has a campus in Rome, approximately one mile from Vatican City.

Our campus sits on 176 beautiful acres - the largest campus in Washington, D.C.