At , the campus is alive with opportunities to nourish your faith, whether it's through mass, engaging retreats, thought-provoking discussions, or service projects that embody the values of compassion and social justice. 

  • Catholic education and D.C. location

    Neely Shah, Catholic '24, is a Vocal Performance major from Macon, GA. She shares why she chose to attend , and what advice she has for prospective students.

  • Faith-based business curriculum that inspires future business leaders

    Erin Huber is a Marketing and International Business student from Flanders, NJ. Erin shares why she chose to attend and the Busch School, and what advice she has for prospective students.

  • Community, Catholic values, and groundbreaking research

    Elizabeth Mastoros, Catholic '23, is a Nursing major from Staten Island, NY. She shares why she chose to attend and the Conway School of Nursing, and what advice she has for prospective students.

  • Catholic identity of service and love

    Isabela Barboza, Catholic '26, is a a Psychological and Brain Sciences major from Clarion, PA. She shares why she chose to attend and what advice she has for prospective students.

  • Faith, opportunity, and community

    Julia Englert is an International Business and Sales student from Shawnee, KS. She shares why she chose to attend and the Busch School, and what advice she has for prospective students.

  • Faith, reason, and relationships with professors

    Emily Bowman is a Mechanical Engineering major with an Aerospace Concentration. She's from Framingham, MA. Emily shares why she chose to attend and the School of Engineering, and what advice she has for prospective students.

  • An education guided by faith and truth

    Joseph Accardi, Catholic '24, is a Politics major from Allentown, NJ. He shares why he chose to attend , and what advice he has for prospective students.

  • Catholic identity and patient-focused curriculum

    Whitney Paulson, Catholic '24, is a Nursing and Theology & Religious Studies major from Traverse City, MI. She shares why she chose to attend and the Conway School of Nursing, and what advice she has for prospective students.

  • Catholic identity, engineering programs, and ROTC

    Stephen Cypher, Catholic '21, is a Mechanical Engineering graduate from Leesburg, VA. Stephen shares why he chose to attend and the School of Engineering, and what advice he has for prospective students.

  • Faith and community

    Rita Rogers, Catholic '23, is a Nursing major from Manassas, VA. She shares why she chose to attend and the Conway School of Nursing, and what advice she has for prospective students.