Online Courses Offer Flexibility and Boost Enrollment
This fall, as usual, the CUA School of Canon Law is offering one of the program’s core courses: History of Canon Law. But unlike any previous semester, the course is accessible to CUA students with a slightly longer commute, say Hawaii or Texas. See story.
Student Minister Training Prepares 'Representatives of Faith' on Campus
By the time CUA’s 16 student ministers have completed half of their intensive training as campus faith ambassadors, they are ready for the one day when they can load up on sunscreen and paddle down the Shenandoah River.
After the schedule they’ve been on, they deserve it. See story.
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Father O’Connell describes recent discussions about a revised institutional vision and strategic plan for CUA and shares other news. See From The President's Desk.
CUA Welcomes New Faculty
This fall Catholic University welcomes 34 new professors. Read on to learn more about some of the newest members of the CUA community, where they come from and what they're interested in.
New CUA Dining Services Earns High Marks
It’s a question that’s inevitably asked during every college-campus tour in America: “How’s the food here?”
While students might be missing home cooking, CUA's chefs have been giving mom a run for her money this fall. ARAMARK Higher Education, which recently won the bid to replace Sodexho as CUA’s dining services provider, has revamped the university’s entire dining program, and the reviews are in. See story.