Your gift matters. Philanthropic support for The Catholic University of America mission makes an immediate and significant impact and fuels our forward progress. When you make a gift to our students and faculty, academic and service programs, and foundation and operations, you empower The Catholic University of America community to grow and strengthen our capacity to offer a world class education unlike any other.

Become a part of our forward progress by making your gift today.

Stories of Philanthropy
Jordan Haddad
Systematic Theology, The Thomas and Marilyn P. Donnelly Scholarship
April 06, 2017

Jordan HaddadThe opportunity to study at Catholic University with its many brilliant and holy faculty and student body is a great joy. When I was looking at graduate programs, the most important factor for me was the quality of the faculty. So much of being a

Read More
Abigayle Maser
Accounting, Busch School of Business and Economics, Baker Family Scholarship
April 05, 2017

Abigayle MaserI came to Catholic University knowing I wanted to study business, and I decided to focus on accounting in my sophomore year. In the Busch School, I saw the unique business education I would receive, one that would not only teach me how to make

Read More
Marisa Coene
Biomedical Engineering, Edward M. Nagel Scholarship in Biomedical Engineering
April 04, 2017

Marisa CoeneI am incredibly grateful for the scholarship I received, and I am committed to succeed and do well. Scholarships are invaluable to a student’s success in his or her academic career. Easing financial burdens can allow students to participate more fully in research, leadership opportunities,

Read More
Cardinals Tribute Dinner 2016
The inaugural celebration of the University's most generous benefactors
August 15, 2016

On June 6, 2016, the University community came together to honor and thank the year’s most generous supporters with the inaugural Cardinals Tribute Dinner held at the Edward J. Pryzbyla University Center. Sheilah Kast, B.A. 1971, host of Midday (WYPR, Baltimore), was master of

Read More