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Youniss Family Makes Transformative Gift to LacrosseOctober 02, 2020
“Angels Unawares” – Journey to Catholic UniversitySeptember 30, 2020
Livestream: Unveiling and Blessing of "Angels Unawares"September 24, 2020
Security incident: Blackbaud 2020August 28, 2020
The Catholic University of America takes the protection and proper use of donor information seriously, and so we believe it important to notify you of a data security incident that affects some members of our University donor community.
In late July, the University received notice
Campaign impact report: 2015-2020August 25, 2020
Meet the new dean: School of Architecture and PlanningAugust 24, 2020
Honoring Daniel AnderlAugust 17, 2020
The Catholic University community mourns the tragic death of Daniel Anderl, a member of the class of 2022, who was killed on July 19, 2020. Daniel was a bright light on campus, beloved by both his friends and teachers, who planned to pursue a career
Cardinal Weekend 2020 goes virtualAugust 05, 2020
After surveying alumni and tracking the status of the health crisis, we have decided that Cardinal Weekend 2020 will be fully virtual. Although we are disappointed not to welcome you back to campus in person, we are excited by the possibilities of an all-online event
More than $900,000 raised for pandemic-related assistanceJuly 28, 2020
Master of Social Work scholarships funded by federal grant to NCSSSJuly 02, 2020
Class of 2020 Impact Scholarship: A dream becomes a realityJune 24, 2020
The Class of 2020 wanted to approach the tradition of the senior class gift in a different way. When considering their options, the students said they wanted to feel they were making a specific impact on Catholic University — and so they chose to raise
Welcome our new executive director of Alumni EngagementJune 18, 2020
On June 15, Catholic University welcomed Chris Johnson as the new Executive Director of Alumni Engagement.
Chris brings more than a decade of alumni relations experience to our team. He spent the past five years with the University of Maryland Alumni Association. He started
First endowed coaching position announced at Catholic UniversityJune 17, 2020
Alumni Board of Governors on racial discrimination and societyJune 15, 2020
Gratus 2020: Celebrating Our Friends and BenefactorsJune 08, 2020
2019-2020 Report to DonorsJune 05, 2020
University Advancement helps light the National Shrine blueMay 08, 2020
This week, the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception and The Catholic University of America partnered to illuminate the Shrine exterior as part of the “Light it Blue” campaign, a nationwide movement saluting doctors, nurses, and other frontline workers serving during the
Student Philanthropy Council hosts virtual events for studentsApril 23, 2020
The Student Philanthropic Council (SPC) announces two weeks of virtual events for students to end the 2019-2020 academic year. Some are serious, and some are silly. But all of them will keep students connected to the Catholic University community so they can finish the year
Have a blessed EasterApril 10, 2020
Over these past weeks, many people have expressed their heartache over not being able to participate in person at Mass and receive the Eucharist. This lament is uttered not just by those who participate in Mass regularly but also by Catholics whose attendance is less
Founders Day 2020: Heroes amidst a global crisisMarch 25, 2020
We have decided to celebrate the anniversary of Catholic University's founding differently this year. Since we launched The Founders Day Giving Challenge in 2017, we've been touched by the enthusiasm and pride that our community members have brought to the challenge annually.
But given the