Alpha Delta Gamma is the National Catholic Social Fraternity. We coordinate a number of events on and around campus that focus on our five basic principles: Social, Scholastic, Service, School Spirit, and Spiritual.
Alpha Phi Omega is the National Co-ed Service Fraternity. We follow the principles of: developing leadership, promoting friendship, providing service to humanity; and furthering the freedom that is our national, educational, and intellectual heritage.
ASCE at CUA is the student chapter of the national organization which coordinates social events for Civil Engineering students and provides opportunities for all students to connect with faculty and staff in the Civil Engineering department.
This club is for students both Arab and non-Arab regardless of religion to be able to grow and learn about their interest in the Middle East and Arab World.
The association for computing machinery is an educational and social organization dedicated to fostering interest in and discussion of the topics related to information technology.
Best Buddies® is an organization dedicated to establishing a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendship and integrated employment and leadership development for people with intellectual and development disabilities.
Biomedical Engineering Society is a nationally recognized society for biomedical engineering and bioengineering, founded in early 1968. This chapter allows students to grow professionally and network within these fields.
The vision of the Black Student Alliance is to promote a sound foundation among all individuals whom are focused on the “African American” culture at The Catholic University of America.
To foster a more rewarding co-curricular experience for the business undergraduate community.
Our group works to get involved in all aspects of Byzantine and Eastern Christian culture-- from the music, to the art, to the food, to understanding the lives of Eastern Christians in the past and today.