High School and Transfer Candidates

Potential undergraduate students who are interested in entering the department as new freshmen or as transfer students must first apply for admission to the university. The Office of Undergraduate Admission oversees and assists in the entire application process, from paperwork to campus visits.

At any point in your decision-making process, you are welcome to contact the undergraduate advisor or other members of the department to learn more about our programs, discuss your own academic background, or set up a visit. We are always delighted to welcome prospective students into our classes and let them experience the day-to-day life of our department.

If you have already taken some Latin (or Greek) in high school or at another university, you may also want to learn about language placement (and AP credit, if applicable).

Start Your Application

First-time applicants and transfer applicants to Catholic University all use the Common Application.

 

All application materials must be received by:

  • NOV
    1
    Early ActionStudents are notified before Jan.1
  • NOV
    15
    Early Decision
    Students are notified before Jan.1
  • JAN
    15
    Regular Decision
    Students are notified before March 20
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    Undergraduate Admission Website

    Have more questions about the undergraduate application process? Visit the main Undergraduate Admission website to meet your admission counselor, request information, schedule a visit or sign up for a virtual information session, take a virtual tour, and more. 

    Go to the Undergraduate Admission website

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    We know many of you are currently unable to travel to our beautiful campus for a visit. As you continue your college search, we want to make sure you are able to learn more about Catholic University while staying close to home. Check out our virtual visit page to get a better sense of what CatholicU is really like.

    Start Your Virtual Visit

Admission Resources for Undergraduate Students