If you have any further questions about the intern housing program, please contact the Office of Events and Conference Services at 202-319-5291 or cua-summer@cua.edu.


Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do you still have space available?

    Once we reach capacity, our registration system will automatically close and you will see a message stating that we are sold out for summer 2024.
  • Can I change my dates of stay?

    Yes, as long as you are not within two weeks of arrival, you may log into your account and edit your registrations with your new dates and pay the balance, if any. If within two weeks of arrival and you want to change your dates, please contact us. We will issue you a refund if you shorten your stay so long as you are not within 30 days of your arrival date.
  • Can I check-in earlier or extend my stay?

    Summer Intern Housing will be available from Sunday, May 12 through Sunday, August 11, 2024. Requests of check-in earlier, please send it to cua-summer@cua.edu. However, extension of stay will not be available this year.
  • Where is Catholic University?

    The University is located in the northeast quadrant of Washington D.C. just three miles from the U.S. Capitol building.
  • How close is the campus to the Capitol, National Mall, or downtown?

    Catholic University is located just three Metrorail stops from Capitol Hill, via the Red Line Metrorail stop to Union Station, about a 10 minute trip. Popular downtown destinations such as Gallery Place/Chinatown and DuPont Circle are also on the Red Line as well as major attractions on the National Mall. (The Metrorail runs adjacent to campus, a walk of 4-8 minutes from most lodging on campus.) Visit the Metrorail website for more information.
  • How far is the metro stop from intern housing?

    Depending on which hall you are assigned, it is 4-8 minute walk. The Red Line CUA/Brookland Metro stop is located on John MCormack Rd. adjacent to the east side of campus.
  • Who can stay at Catholic University?

    Any individual in D.C. for educational purposes - internships, co-ops, research and/or educational study.
  • Is there a minimum age requirement?

    Yes, you must be 18 years or older to participate in the summer intern housing program.
  • What is the minimum night stay on campus?

    There is a minimum twenty-one (21) night stay for intern housing.
  • Will I be assigned a roommate if a Double room is assigned?

    All interns wil get a single bedroom with a shared bathroom. There are no double rooms.
  • Do you have married or family housing available?

    There is no married or family housing available.
  • What do the rooms look like?

    During summer 2024, Caldwell, Seton, Ryan and Millenium South are the four halls in the residential area of campus we use for intern housing. People who check-in before May 12 may have to stay in temporary accommodations before moving to their permanent assignment. For more information about the residence halls, please see here.
  • Do you offer rooms with private baths and kitchen facilities in the residence halls?

    Shared, separate gender common bathrooms facilities are offered on each floor for intern housing.
    Yes. Shared kitchen facilities are available in each residence hall. Interns would be responsible for providing their own cooking implements e.g. pots and pans. A microwave/refrigerator unit is in each room at no extra charge. Linens bundle are available for rent at a cost.
  • Is there a fitness center in the area?

    Yes, we have the Kane Fitness Center on campus available for anyone staying at no extra cost.
  • What are the dining options on campus in summer?

    During summer, weekday breakfast and weekend brunch will be served at the Garvey dining hall or one of the dining locations. However, during the month of May, breakfast/brunch may not be available daily. 
    The dining hall will only be open for lunch and dinner when there are big groups on campus. Please visit Dining Services for hours of operation.
  • How do I arrange to receive mail or packages while staying at Catholic University?

    You will be assigned a mailbox and given mail information upon check-in. Find out more.
  • What do I bring to campus? Linens, pillow, etc.

    While rooms are fully furnished with a bed, dresser, desk, desk chair, and closet or wardrobe per occupant, anyone staying in University housing will need to bring bedding, towels/washcloths, alarm clocks, desk lamps, etc. Linen bundles are available for rent at $75. The bundle includes 2 sheets, 2 towels, 1 blanket, 1 pillow, and 1 pillow case. We do not offer linen exchanges but there are free washers and dryers in the dorms available for use.
  • Will parking be available for summer interns housing guests?

    Parking will open to interns on May 1st and it can be done through the Visitors Transportation and Parking page. Under the order visitor permits tab a new option will propagate for summer resident parking. It will be a 1 month pass that costs $80. (prices may be subject to change without prior notice) Parking is on the surface, not in the garage.
  • Will there be Mass on the campus this summer?

    This summer, we will have Mass daily at 12:05 PM in St. Michael Chapel (Maloney Hall), Monday to Friday. There will not be Mass on Saturdays and Sundays.
  • Whom do I call in case of an emergency or in case of maintenance needs?

    Call the Department of Public Safety at 202-319-5111 or extension 5111 from a campus phone, to report any on-campus emergencies. Requests for any maintenance issues should be directed to the Pryzbyla Information Desk at 202-319-5200 or extension 5200 from a campus phone.
  • How do I request housing accommodations?

    If you have a disability or medical condition which should be considered in assigning you a room, please complete the Housing Accommodation Request Form at least 30 days before arrival.

    To receive a housing accommodation, you may need documentation supporting the requested accommodation. Accommodations are made on a needs-based and space-available basis. Please note: All on-campus residence halls are air-conditioned.

  • What are the rules concerning guests?

    Residence halls are open to visitors from 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 a.m. The right of a resident to live in reasonable privacy takes precedence over the right of his/her roommate to entertain a guest in the room. Guests must respect quiet hours. Overnight guests are not permitted.

    For details, please refer to the Intern Housing Rules 2024 document.

  • What time and where is check-in?

    Check-in is 3pm-10pm of your move-in date at the Pryzbyla Center Info Desk. 3 weeks prior to your arrival, a welcome email will be sent out containing more details and information.