Our Plan for Spring 2021

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On Nov. 18, President John Garvey announced a plan for Spring 2021. In the spring semester, we expect to have a total of 1,172 resident students — each having his or her own private bedroom.

The move-in process will again be staggered over several days, applying the lessons learned by the careful process used last August. All residential students will receive a COVID test as they move into their residence halls January 21-24. In-person classes will be available to all undergraduate and graduate students in spring 2021. Slightly more than 50% of classes are expected to be offered in person, with the rest exclusively online.

Our Plan for 2021
COVID-19 Updates

The Office of Housing Services provides and manages residential living environments within well-maintained, safe, and modern multi-use facilities that are responsive to the changing needs of students.

These residential programs and services are conducive to the formation of community, foster individual student responsibility, and promote the engagement of students in the academic, spiritual, and personal development realms of campus life. 

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New Student Housing

First-year students benefit from living with their peers, surrounded by other students who are having the same experiences as they make the transition into the next phase of their lives.

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Applications and Request Forms

Find applications for housing and request forms related to housing, such as furniture requests, facilities requests, early arrival requests, room change requests, and single waitlist requests.

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Room Selection 2021-22

Room Selection is the process for current Catholic University students to apply for a campus housing assignment for the next academic year.

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Off-Campus Housing

Whether you are new to Catholic University and the Washington, D.C., area or you are a current student who is making the decision to live off-campus, searching for an apartment can seem like a daunting task.

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