The Catholic University of America

Introduction to Catholic University

The Catholic University of America's quiet tree-lined campus is located in the historic residential community of Brookland in northeast Washington, D.C. The University is adjacent to the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, the Pope John Paul II Cultural Center and is nearby offices of the United States Catholic Conference and National Conference of Catholic Bishops.

The Brookland/CUA Metrorail station at the southeast corner of the campus provides quick and easy access to the entire DC/Metro area as well as resources like the Library of Congress, the museums of the Smithsonian Institution, government agencies, Union Station and Reagan National Airport. Commute from Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia is facilitated by both Metrorail and Marc train public transportation services.

The Catholic University of America is proud to offer its employees a wide range of benefits, including health and life insurance, a TIAA retirement plan, credit union, use of athletic center programs and facilities, seasonal theme park discounts, and tuition assistance for full-and part-time benefits-eligible employees as well as their spouses and dependent children. For more information on these and other benefits offered to University employees, refer to the online resource for Catholic University Benefits.