Philosophy Neither Begins Nor Ends in a Classroom

Whether on or off campus, philosophy students at The Catholic University of America have ample opportunity to put theory into practice, and practice into theory. Serve as an intern in a DC think-tank, watch a Supreme Court case being argued, catch a performance of Shakespeare, sing in a choir, perfect your swing-dancing, or throw a frisbee on the Washington Mall.

  • U.S. Capitol

    Why Study Philosophy in D.C.?

    Everyone knows that the business of Washington, D.C. is politics. But it’s also a major cultural hub. In both respects, it's a great place for students of philosophy to confirm the relevance of philosophical reflection to extra-academic life.

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  • Student Organizations

    Student Organizations

    In addition to the Philosophy Club, there are more than 90 other student organizations at The Catholic University of America in which to get involved.

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  • Students in Murphy's

    Campus Life

    Living at The Catholic University of America is about more than your room — it's about being part of a dynamic and supportive community where opportunities to engage academically, spiritually, and socially are endless.

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  • Career Fair

    Student Services

    The University provides a full range of student services including with academic support, disability support services, career counselling, health and wellness facilities, and intercultural connections.

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