The Catholic University of America

CUA Summer - Frequently Asked Questions

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Frequently Asked Questions:

 


Application Procedures

I am a CUA student. Do I need to fill out an application?
What is my registration appointment time?
Can visiting non-CUA students take CUA classes?
Will my summer class credits transfer to my home school if I am not a CUA student?
Is there an application process for visiting students?
Is there a deadline for applying?
Is there an application fee for CUA Summer, and how can I pay?
Do I need to submit a transcript with my application?
What are the requirements for International Students?

Course Selection and Transferring

What courses are you offering this summer?
How do I add, drop or change my courses?
Can I audit instead of taking the course for credit?
Will Catholic University's summer course apply toward my degree?
How do I transfer the credits once I complete the course?

Financial Matters

How do I pay?
How does CUA's summer tuition compare to other schools?

Student Services

Do you have on-campus housing?
Is there a place to eat on campus in the summer?

 

What is Session DD?

Session DD stands for Dynamically Dated course. These are special scheduled classes that have start and end dates that do not conform to our structured 15, 16, 25, and 26 sessions. Academic calendar deadlines are calculated for each dynamically dated session class. If you are enrolled in a DD class, you can view Cardinal Station by selecting the Academic Calendar icon () to the left of the class listing in the Schedule of Classes.

 


Application Procedures

I am a CUA student. Do I need to fill out an application?

No. Once you select your courses, register online at http://cardinalstation.cua.edu. As a CUA student you are responsible for meeting with your academic dean or adviser prior to registering. [back to top]
 
Since we have an open enrollment policy during the summer, there are no registration appointment times. All CUA and matriculated non-CUA students may register starting March 15th. [back to top]
 
Yes. Enrollment is open to undergraduate and graduate students in good academic standing at other colleges and universities. [back to top]
 
You are urged to obtain the written permission of your dean or academic adviser to ensure that the credits earned at The Catholic University of America may be transferred as you intended. [back to top]
 
Yes. Please visit our admission and registration page for details. [back to top]
 
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Yes. There is a required nonrefundable application fee. You can pay online by clicking here. Payment must be made with submission of the application.  [back to top]
 
For specific admissions requirements, please visit our admissions and registration page.  [back to top]
 
For specific admissions requirements for visiting international students, please visit our admissions and registration page.  [back to top]

Course Selection and Transferring

What courses are you offering this summer?

We are glad you asked! You can expect to find a wide variety of classes.

Anthropology;Architecture and Planning;Art; Biology; Business and Economics; Canon Law; Chemistry; Drama; Education; Engineering; English; Library & Information Science; Mathematics; Media Studies; Modern Languages; Music; Nursing; Philosophy; Physics; Psychology; Social Entrepreneurship; Social Service; Sociology and Theology and Religious Studies.

 

Catholic University enjoys a distinquished history and has filled an important niche: 

Doctoral programs in philosophy and social work that are among the nation's oldest.
 
The only university music school in Washington, D.C.
 
The largest architecture school in the area.
 
A law school that is a pioneer in clinical education.
 
A drama department that has been the educational incubator for acclaimed playwrights, directors and actors.
 
A professional school with innovative programs for working professionals.

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How do I add, drop or change my courses?

Students may add or drop a course by published deadlines of a given session using the Cardinal Station system on the Web at http://enrollmentservices.cua.edu/res/ docs/AddDropClasses.pdf.  You must drop the course via Cardinal Station (https://cardinalstation.cua.edu). Non-attendance does not constitute withdrawal. [back to top]

Can I audit instead of taking the course for credit?

Yes. Both CUA and visiting CUA students can audit courses offered during the summer in consultation with individual departments and professors. Those auditing a course will receive the same tuition charges as those taking the course for credit. [back to top]

Will Catholic University's summer course apply toward my degree?

Students are urged to obtain written permission of their dean or academic adviser to ensure that the credits earned at The Catholic University of America may be transferred as they intended. The Catholic University of America is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Universities. All summer courses meet or exceed Middle States' standards for contact hours.  [back to top]

How do I transfer the credits once I complete the course?

Your dean will most likely need an official copy of your CUA transcript with your final grade. The Office of Enrollment Services at CUA must have a completed Transcript Request Form before they can mail out any documentation to your school. There is no separate transcript fee. To obtain a syllabus for a specific course, contact the individual department in which the course is offered.  [back to top]


Financial Matters

How do I pay?

For financial policies and responsibilities, please contact student financial services in the Office of Enrollment Services, 202-319-5300 or e-mail.

The Catholic University of America
Enrollment Services, 10 McMahon Hall
620 Michigan Avenue, N.E.
Washington, DC 20064

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How does CUA's summer tuition compare to other schools?

Among private institutions in Washington, D.C., CUA's summer tuition is quite competitive!

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Student Services

Do you have on-campus housing?

Yes. We provide a variety of housing options during the summer discounted by 33% to 50% for students. Learn more about the summer housing discount! For more information, please contact Conferences and Pryzbyla Management at 202-319-5291 or http://summerhousing.cua.edu/

Summer  interns or others visiting the area for an educational purpose- Internships, co-ops, research and educational study, who enroll in a course while staying at CUA, recieve housing discounted at a rate of 33% to 50%. For further information please contact Conferences and Pryzbyla Management at 202-319-5291  or http://summerhousing.cua.edu/

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Is there a place to eat on campus in the summer?

Aramark Food Services provides dining services in the Edward J. Pryzbyla University Center Food Court and Loft C-store. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served Monday through Friday, while brunch and dinner are serviced on the weekends. You can purchase a meal plan or you can use your Cardinal Card (your student ID) as a pre-pay debit card to purchase meals. Summer block plans are available to summer students and interns.   [back to top]

 

CUA Summer 

The Catholic University of America
330 Pangborn Hall
Washington DC 20064

Phone: 202.319.5257 | Fax: 202.319.6725 | Emailcua-cuasummer@cua.edu