Study from Home, Washington, D.C., or Anywhere this Summer!
Registration for Summer 2015 begins on March 16, 2015!
The Undergraduate Advising Center provides academic and non-academic advising to students. Advisors assist students in selecting, enrolling, adding or dropping classes. The Center also coordinates with other academic support services on and off campus to connect students with all available resources. For more information visit advising.cua.edu. With questions, email email@example.com.
The Office of Enrollment Services is responsible for student academic records, registration, and scheduling. Enrollment Services also manages charges and credits to student accounts, including tuition, fees, and payment information. For more information about registration, scheduling, and payment see enrollmentservices.cua.edu For questions regarding any of the above, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
All motor vehicles using parking on campus, other than metered spaces, are required to register with the Department of Public Safety, located in room 121 Leahy Hall. Information on parking permits, lot designations, public transit routes, and enforcement can be found through Public Safety's Campus Transportation Management Office. Fee information is also available under Tuition and Fees.
The Campus Bookstore, operated by Barnes & Noble, is located across Michigan Avenue in the Monroe Street Market. In addition to providing textbooks and class materials for sale or rent, the Bookstore offers a wide variety of other items including office supplies and CUA spirit wear. For further details see cua.bncollege.com.
The role of Campus Ministry is to support the members of The Catholic University of America in their personal growth and as members of a community who celebrate and live the message of the Gospel. The pastoral campus ministry staff, composed of clergy and laity, seeks to be an open and affirming presence for students, faculty and staff. For further information ministry.cua.edu.
Disability Support Services (DSS) determines eligibility for services, provides verification of disabilities, and specifies needed accommodations to university staff and instructors. All students with disabilities are encouraged to register with DSS. For more information, please visit the DSS Web site at disabilityservices.cua.edu or call 202-319-5211.
Summer housing at CUA is facilitated through the Office of Conferences and Summer Housing. Housing options are available to meet a variety of needs, and students may opt to stay for a single session or the entire summer. Transition housing is also available for CUA students who intend to stay on campus from spring to summer or summer to fall. For more information see summerhousing.cua.edu or contact Conferences and Summer Housing at 202-319-5291
CUA Dining Services provides a variety of options during the summer months. The Starbucks Cafe, Pryz Food Court, and P.O.D. Market are all open during the summer. All operations are centrally located in the Edward J. Pryzbyla Center. Summer Meal Plans are available to any summer student or intern. For a complete list of summer meal plans and hours, please visit the CUA Dining website, cua.campusdish.com.
Technology Services is located in Leahy Hall, Room 200. The office provides computing services and network facilities to students and faculty for their educational and research activities; supports the university's management information systems; manages campus network; and provides telecommunication, digital media and technical support services. computing.cua.edu.
The University Libraries provides resources and services integral to the intellectual endeavors of the university's students, faculty and staff. The Libraries consist of the John K. Mullen of Denver Library and five campus collections (Engineering/Architecture, Music, Nursing/Biology, Physics and Archives). The schedule and hours of Mullen Library can be found at libraries.cua.edu
The DuFour Center is the heart of a 40-acre athletic complex. Inside DuFour you will find basketball courts, racquetball courts, a six-lane, 25-yard pool, a free weight-training room, and an aerobics room and saunas. Outside you will find a tennis plaza, a track and adjoining playing fields. The schedule and hours for the DuFour Center can be found at cuacardinals.com
Student Health Services provides outpatient medical care on an appointment basis to all registered CUA students, part time or full time — please present your valid student ID for service. For more information visit health.cua.edu
The Pryzbyla Center is a 104,000-square-foot multi-use building that serves as the central gathering place for the Catholic University campus community. It houses campus dining services; a convenience store; the campus bookstore; an information desk for the campus and the Washington, D.C., area; an ATM; a 7,500-square-foot multi-purpose room; seven meeting rooms; and the offices of the Vice President for Student Affairs, Dean of Students, Career Services. and others. There are also many student organization offices and lounge and atrium spaces designed for studying, meeting friends or just relaxing. The Office of Pryzbyla Management, located in room 207 of the center, offers conference and meeting planning services, as well as activities for the campus community. For Pryzbyla Center hours of operation and more information pryzbyla.cua.edu.
The Catholic University of America
330 Pangborn Hall
Washington DC 20064
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