DC Reads is a local tutoring program in which CUA students assist elementary and middle school aged children at high-needs schools or local community centers.
The Anthropology Department at CUA offers undergraduate majors and minors, and an M.A. program.
The Department of Art at The Catholic University of America offers two baccalaureate courses of study: one leading to a B.A. in Art History, another leading to a B.A. in Studio Art.
Welcome to the Department of Biology at the Catholic University of America.
The Department of Chemistry offers several programs that lead to the B.A. or B.S. degree.
The department offers Undergraduate and Graduate programs designed on the premise that theatre is a fundamental cultural necessity which is enriched by and enriches the community in which it is located.
Since its founding in 1908, the School of Education, and currently the Department of Education, sees it mission to contribute to the local, regional, and national educational environment.
The CUA English department is dedicated to the study of literature: learning its history and searching its aesthetic depths. Our faculty publish in fields ranging from Anglo-Saxon visual culture to Victorian fiction to contemporary American poetry.
Our community of students and scholars works together to study over two thousand years of ancient and medieval history, literature, archaeology, and art.
The history department is a long-standing, vital and integral part of Catholic University.