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News and Event Announcements
Be sure to keep up to date on the latest Graduate Studies news and announcements by looking at the Current Events and Happenings page. This page included job opportunities, scholarship and grant applications, and other events shared with the Graduate Studies office, and is updated frequently.
Did You Know...
The Catholic University of America football team has a better record in the Orange Bowl than the Notre Dame Fighting Irish? Find out more CUA trivia at our Did You Know? page, located under the Graduate Students FAQ site.
ATTENTION ALL CURRENT DOCTORAL STUDENTS!
IS THERE A LIGHT AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL?
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- Oct.12Columbus Day
University Holiday. No classes scheduled.
Congratulations on reaching the halfway point of the semester.
- Nov.2Registration for Spring Semester 2016
Registration continues through January 22, 2016.
- Nov.2All Souls Day
The Memorial Mass for the deceased members of the University community will be held at 5:10pm in Caldwell Chapel.
- Nov.25Thanksgiving Recess
We wish all of our graduate students and their families a safe, happy and restful Thanksgiving Break.
- Nov.30Classes Resume after Thanksgiving Break
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Scholarships and Fellowships
Be sure to visit the Funding and Research Opportunities page frequently for fellowship, grant, and scholarship deadlines!
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