Attending Catholic University’s School of Arts and Sciences is the beginning of a lifelong relationship. What students learn and the relationships they build while studying here will forever be a part of who they are.
The Catholic University of America Alumni Association has chapters around the country that serve to strengthen connections among alumni. Alumni Association chapters and groups also provide career and life experience networking opportunities; promote life-long learning through educational events; and assist the Office of Admission by recruiting the next generation of Catholic University students.
We invite alumni to take their engagement with the School of Arts and Sciences to the next level by supporting the school. Become a mentor or employer for our students by signing up through our Career Services office. Support our programs through a financial contribution. Pray for our students and the success of our programs.
Support the School of Arts and Sciences
The arts and sciences are at the heart of The Catholic University of America’s educational mission. For over a century, the School of Arts and Sciences has sustained a tradition of excellence, continuously fostering rigorous research that expands the frontiers of knowledge, and nurturing many of the University’s most distinguished alumni. By far the largest school at Catholic University, Arts and Sciences boasts over 25,000 alumni, and currently enrolls more than 1,600 undergraduates and nearly 600 graduate students. Encompassing 17 departments and several more non-departmental programs, the school has a regular faculty of approximately 160.
Sustaining a tradition of excellence requires that we continually evolve our programs, research, and resources in order to anticipate – and respond to – the needs of students and the world they will enter. When you contribute to the School of Arts and Sciences, you help us recruit the very best students in today’s increasingly competitive higher education arena. By making a gift, you help us support departments, degree programs, and other educational initiatives; to recruit, reward, and retain the best faculty; to build cutting-edge laboratories and facilities; and to ensure that the School of Arts and Sciences will continue to remain faithful to its mission over the long term.
Meet 2019 Alumni Award Winners Robert Iannone and Luigi Alvarado
Robert Iannone, B.S. 1989, and Luigi Alvarado, B.S. 2009, are 2019 Alumni Achievement Award winners.
Funding Needs and Priorities
Funding priorities for the School of Arts and Sciences include faculty research support, student financial aid, operating needs, and several special initiatives.Learn More