Reviews for Catholic University of America
The school is located in the northeast side of Washington DC. The campus is average sized and has many on-campus amenities. There is also the Cathedral and crypts next door. The school has most of its classes on campus and has plenty of dorm housing. The campus is nice and has unique architecture. The school is a good place to attend if you want to have a religious backing to your education.
The school is quite challenging and offers many different degree programs. There are both small classes approximately 20-30 students and classes with up to 200+ students. The work load for an engineering student is quite daunting and the students are expected to take anywhere from 15 to 18 credits per semester. The Liberal Arts programs typically require 12 credits for full time status. The schools professors can be difficult to speak with and I had some issues with a few of them.
The school has many clubs and organizations, but no greek life when I was there. Their athletics are division III, however the rugby team allows for anyone to play if they want. The campus is fairly safe and there is a a good bit of security available. Most of the nightlife is in Washington D.C. or near other schools in the area. There are a few local bars and lots of "house" gatherings. If you want culture there are tons of museums and monuments to visit.
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