The classes here are small. The average class is about 18 people. So you really get to have a relationship with your teachers and they know you by name. The teachers are very helpful and make time to answer questions and make sure everything is clear. Although some of the required classes (Theology and Philosophy) don't interest me, i still learn a lot.
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Catholic University is a medium sized school with a intimate learning environments that allow healthy teacher-student relationships. Catholic is in close proximity to downtown DC (accessible via metro on campus) where there are countless restaurants, museums (free), and places to explore. There are also incredible internship opportunities available to students in the DC area, and Catholic has a great relationship with many.» Read More
The Catholic University of America is in a vibrant international metropolis that offers everything. It is a warm and inviting environment that cares deeply about the intellectual, emotional, spiritual,and physical well-being of each student. The student will have a lot of fun and interesting activities while being challenged to excel-I can't recommend the experience enough!» Read More
The campus is small and peaceful, yet it is also in the city, so there it has the best of both worlds. Food and housing are satisfactory, and students and staff are friendly. There are several opportunities to live out one's faith with masses, adoration, and service opportunities.» Read More
Catholic is a really great school filled with a very friendly community. The courses are taught very well and most every teacher is also a professional in the degree in which they teach (e.g most architecture professors are licensed architects).» Read More
Catholic University is a small private university in Washington D.C., with mostly liberal arts students. The campus is gorgeous, and with the right financial circumstances can be a great university. They have a wonderful politics department.» Read More