The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law

  • District of Columbia


3600 John McCormack Drive Northeast
District of Columbia
United States

About Us

The Office of Campus Ministry supports the members of The Catholic University of America community in their individual and communal growth as they strive to live the message of the Gospel.

·        The ministry is directed toward and seeks to involve all members of the CUA community: students, faculty, administrators and staff.

·        The Office of Campus Ministry is responsible for articulating a vision for this ministry and for acquiring and developing the necessary resources for implementing this vision.

·        The central responsibilities for this office include: convening the community for prayer and worship; providing a pastoral presence on campus and in the residence halls; facilitating social justice, community service and outreach activities; offering sacramental catechesis and educational opportunities pertinent to faith development; and providing pastoral counseling, spiritual direction and retreat opportunities.

The Catholic University of America offers all of the benefits of a major research university with the comfortable feel of a nurturing educational community. Whatever your major, you will study with faculty who are at the forefront of their fields. With 12 schools and courses ranging over 120 disciplines, you are sure to find your calling. 

Catholic University offers an exploratory major designed to let you seek out your area of focus by taking classes in many different subjects before choosing the path that is right for you.

Whether you declare a major now or later, you can choose from among the 74 different degree programs offered at Catholic University, and you can combine your major with a second major or minors to broaden your educational experience and résumé.

No matter what major you choose, you can be sure your education at Catholic University will be grounded in a liberal arts core that draws upon the wisdom of the Catholic intellectual tradition. Whether you pursue STEM subjects, humanities, social sciences, business, or the arts, you will learn to approach the world with a Catholic Mind that sees the unity of all truth in the diversity of God’s creation.