The Catholic University of America

Curley Court


Built in the late-1990's and renovated in 2007, Curley Court was named for Archbishop Michael J. Curley, Archbishop of Baltimore (1921-47) and Chancellor of the University. Sitting on Curley Field and Marist Lawn, each unit includes a living room, full kitchen, full bathroom, and two double bedrooms, one at either end. 

During the 2014-2015 academic year, Curley Court will be available for the Fall 2014 Semester Only.


Facility Information

Layout of Units

Campus Map

Curley Court



Amenities & Features

Room Types

Approximate Room Dimensions

98 upper-class students; 

single sex by  individual unit

laundry facilities in a centrally located unit; wireless internet access

4-person apartment units with double bedrooms

bedrooms: 12' x 12'
living area: 16' x 12'


Sample Floor Plan

Sample Common Room Plan 

Curley Court Sample Floor Plan

Curley Court Sample Common Room Plan

Sample Room Plans


Curley Court Sample Room Plan 1

Curley Court Sample Room Plan 2

Furnishings include a twin x-long bed frame, twin x-long mattress, dresser, desk, chair and wardrobe/closet per resident.


Individual Tours

Students and their families wishing to see a typical residence hall room are encouraged to participate in an Admissions Tour, view the panoramic tours of rooms in Flather, Gibbons, McDonald (CV), Opus, and Millennium North in the Campus Map, view the University Living Guide in the Welcome Packet, and visit the Housing Services Web site for more information regarding the various housing options at CUA.