The Catholic University of America offers several forms of financial assistance to qualified students. Eight out of every 10 full-time students at Catholic University receive some level of financial aid, based on both need and academic potential. 

Research and Student-Teaching Scholarships

Qualified students are eligible to receive semester-long research and teaching assistantships (usually involving 10 hours/week of work). These appointments are awarded on a competitive and merit basis. Future students need to apply during the admission process whereas students in the program may approach the faculty directly.

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    Affordability

    A Catholic University education is both valuable and affordable. Our costs are competitive with other private national research institutions. And 96 percent of our first-year students receive scholarships and grants from the University.

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    Scholarships

    We offer a range of scholarships that recognize and reward you for outstanding academic performance in high school — as well as exceptional leadership and service in your school, church and community.

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    Need-Based Financial Assistance

    Almost 90 percent of students at Catholic University receive some level of financial assistance, based on both financial need and academic potential.

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    Transfer Scholarship Opportunities

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  • Financial Aid

    Assistantships, fellowships and many other types of merit and need-based aid can help you achieve the goal of a graduate and doctoral degree.

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