The Catholic University of America

 

CUA Summer - Admissions and Registration

Study from Home, Washington, D.C., or Anywhere this Summer!

Registration for Summer 2015 begins on March 16, 2015!

Current CUA Students 

Current students can register for summer courses just as they would for the regular academic year. That's true for online classes, too.   

  1. Find summer courses
  2. Talk to your undergraduate or major advisor
  3. Register for courses in Cardinal Station
  4. Apply for on-campus housing, if necessary.

Visiting Students 

The Catholic University of America welcomes applications from undergraduate and graduate students from other colleges and universities.

  1. Find summer courses.
  2. Talk to an advisor at your home institution to ensure that credit earned at CUA will transfer.
  3. Apply online, pay the nonrefundable $25 application fee, and send transcripts from the college you currently or most recently attended to:

The Catholic University of America
Office of Admissions - CUA Summer
620 Michigan Ave. NE
Washington, DC 20064

We will evaluate your application as soon as it is complete. Admitted students will receive a confirmation letter with information about registering for classes in Cardinal Station (navigation guide).

You can also apply for on-campus housing, if necessary.

Notes

  • Students who plan to attend through the Consortium should contact the Registrar's office at their home institution.
  • International students enrolled at another US institution are also eligible to apply for summer study. International students must submit proof of English language proficiency. Minimum required TOEFL scores or IELTS equivalents:

80 (Internet-based exam
230 (computer-based exam)
550 (paper-based exam)

  • Admission as a visiting student to CUA Summer does not constitute or imply admission as a degree candidate to The Catholic University of America. Please note that any course pre-requesites or permissions relevant to CUA students are also applicable to visiting scholars and subject to departmental approvals. 
  • Students with disabilities are encouraged to register with Disability Support Students.  The forms as well as information about the services offered are available at dss.cua.edu.

High School Students

High school students interest in the Engineering New Frontiers, Experiences in Architecture, or High School Drama Institute can apply here.

Current high school juniors or seniors interested in enrolling in a regular credit-bearing summer course should

  1. Find summer courses 
  2. Consult with your parents/guardians and high shool officials
  3. Apply online (or complete an in-progress application), pay the nonrefundable $25 application fee, send a letter of recommendation from a high school guidance counselor, principal or teacher and an official, current high school transcript to

The Catholic University of America
Office of Admissions - CUA Summer
620 Michigan Ave. NE
Washington, DC 20064

We will evaluate your application as soon as it is complete. Admitted students will receive further information, including instructions for registering for classes.