The following are "frequently asked questions," broken down into categories, from both our new and current graduate students. For the newer students, some of these questions may have been answered in the Graduate Student Orientation sessions, but it's always useful for a reminder. For our currently-enrolled students, some of these questions may be new to your situation, or helpful as a refresher.

No matter what your situation, feel free to look over the questions and answers below to gain an adequate knowledge of Catholic University policies and living in the Washington, DC area.

Perhaps most important to both new and continuing students are the sections on "Financing" and "Registering," especially concerning continuous enrollment. Graduate students should be aware of many important factors that affect continuous enrollment, as well as the consequences of not maintaining continuous enrollment.

For further detail regarding these commonly recurring issues for graduate students, please contact the Office of the Senior Vice Provost for Academic Administration and Dean of Graduate Studies.

You can also contact the office through Twitter (tweet us @CUAGradStudies) or by liking us on Facebook and leaving us a post or a message.