Catholic University of America Top Questions

What do you brag about most when you tell your friends about your school?


I love this school! At Catholic class sizes are not too large and you are not a number, but rather a name. There is a tight community and a place for everyone. The city is also a plus with all of the avalible learning resources of the school and D.C. you can't go wrong.


I brag mostly about how great the education program is, and how much experience I'm getting in the field.


The school is small which has alot of benefits when learning. The class sizes are small. The students are very friendly and easy to talk to.


My school has innovative, intelligent professors in my field of study. My school is also located in a fascinating and historical city, where there are limitless fun things to explore and engage in! My school also has strong research internships and job placement options simply due to its location alone!


I absolutely love the campus. It is so goregous. That's my favorite thing to brag about when telling my friends about my school. I also enjoy my professors and classmates.


Catholic University has a small, friendly community and is nicely positioned in Washington D.C., one of the most diverse and momumental cities in the entire world. It even has its own Metro station, which makes transportation through and out of the city not only quick and easy, but incrediblly cheap as well. There is so much to do here and you never ever feel bored or alone.


Not much to really brag about.


It is a very pretty campus and I feel very academically challenged in a good way. For those of us who enjoy learning and expanding our minds, this is a great school to go to. Even if you are not Catholic, you can enjoy the classes although the campus events are mostly Catholic-oriented.


I brag most to my friends about certain aspects of the University that drew me in; the faith-based organizations on campus, the location in the city of Washington DC, the amazing opportunities available in the area where campus is located, the small class size, the expansive feeling of community and understanding, and how up-beat the campus is.


Living so close to the metro.


How expensive it is


When I tell my friends about Catholic University, I like to describe how friendly the campus is. Everytime I would walk around on campus, I would always see someone I knew and say a friendly "Hello!" to them. It's really comforting to have had that.


We have alot of fun.