Introducing Our New Faculty
This academic year, Catholic University welcomes 36 new full-time faculty members. Learn more about where they are from, what their research interests are and what they do in their spare time. See story.
How the Record-Breaking Freshman Class Stacks Up
For the second year in a row, CUA broke its record for largest freshman class ever. Enrollment is growing as the university emphasizes its Catholic identity. See story.
CUA Prepares for Opus Prize With October Campus Events
In anticipation of the Nov. 8 bestowal of a $1 million humanitarian award, a three-part documentary film series on social justice will be presented in October. See story.
Father David O'Connell writes about CUA's financial audit, plans for new master's degree programs and emergency text messaging. See From The President's Desk.
New Gardens Bring Enjoyment and Reflection
New gardens outside the Edward M. Crough Center for Architectural Studies, Pangborn Hall, Caldwell Hall and McMahon Hall have enhanced the beauty of the campus, creating more spots for students, faculty and staff to relax and reflect. See story.
Student Restaurant Sports a New Look
The student restaurant in the Edward J. Pryzybyla University Center now features displays of CUA memorabilia as well as new booths. See story.
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