Anchored in the heart of the capital city of Washington, D.C., offers an extraordinary location that is brimming with endless opportunities for you to explore. From the iconic landmarks that line the National Mall to the vibrant neighborhoods teeming with culture and diversity, this city will become your playground for learning, growth, and adventure.

  • Washington, D.C. location and collaborative campus community

    Matthew Drauschak, Catholic '23, is a Politics and Economics major from Phoenixville, PA. He shares why he chose to attend , and what advice he has for prospective students.

  • Welcoming community and academic support

    Lourdes Nguyen is an Architecture major from Clarksville, MD. She shares why she chose to attend and the School of Architecture and Planning, and what advice she has for prospective students.

  • Studying architecture with D.C. as your classroom

    Haley Jackson is an Architecture major from Collegeville, PA. She shares why she chose to attend and the School of Architecture and Planning, and what advice she has for prospective students.

  • Washington, D.C. location and small class sizes

    Owen Moynihan is a Sports Management and Marketing student from North Kingstown, RI. Owen shares why he chose to attend and the Busch School, and what advice he has for prospective students.

  • Washington, D.C. and internship opportunities

    Laney Schulz is a Biomedical Engineering major from Hanover Township, PA. She shares why she chose to attend and the School of Engineering, and what advice she has for prospective students.

  • Student-to-faculty ratio, gorgeous campus, friendly community, and D.C. location

    Matthew Michels is a Politics and German student from Fort Washington, PA. He shares why he chose to attend , and what advice he has for prospective students.

  • D.C. location, career growth, and community

    Angelica Warsaw, Catholic '23, is a Psychology and Sociology student from Birmingham, AL. She shares why she chose to attend , and what advice she has for prospective students.

  • D.C. location and green spaces on campus

    Nick DeLucia is a Mechanical Engineering major with an Aerospace Concentration. He's from Mansfield, MA. Nick shares why he chose to attend and the School of Engineering, and what advice he has for prospective students.

  • The opportunity to live and learn in Washington, D.C

    Zachary Brotzman, Catholic '23, is a Nursing and Spanish for healthcare student from Baltimore, MD. He shares why he chose to attend and the Conway School of Nursing, and what advice he has for prospective students.

  • D.C. Location and 's reputation

    Madeline Perrino, Catholic '23, is a Nursing major from Norwich, CT. She shares why she chose to attend and the Conway School of Nursing, and what advice she has for prospective students.