The Catholic University of America

Centennial Village (CV)

 

The close proximity of the Centennial Village houses, built in 1988, provides gathering space for community-based activities and programs. Conte Circle sits at the center of the CV neighborhood and includes a multi-use sport court and a grassy space for many outdoor activities and socializing. There are also two Faculty-in-Residence and two Religious-in-Residence living in CV and serving this residential community. The interior finishes in the Centennial Village houses were last updated in 2011 and 2012 and the exterior landscaping was renovated in 2014 and 2015.

Centennial Village comprises Camalier, Engelhard, Magner, McDonald, Quinn, Reardon, Unanue, and Walton Houses.

Floor Plans

Campus Map

 

Centennial Village-McDonald House Centennial Village Aerial View

 

 

Population 2015-16

Amenities & Features

Room Types

Approximate Room Dimensions*

545 first- and second-year students; these houses are single-sex by building

lounge with cable TV, study areas, kitchenettes, and laundry facilities in each building; wireless internet access; billiards and foosball tables located throughout the neighborhood; central location on campus; Honors Residential Community (McDonald & Unanue)

two traditional double rooms joined by a shared, private bathroom

double w/bath end rooms: 20' x 10'

double w/bath middle rooms: 16' x 11'

 

Panoramic Photo of a CV Double w/Bath Middle Room^

 

^Double w/Bath Room in the Middle of the Hallway. Please refer to the building plans for locations of a particular room. Middle rooms have the sink in the bedroom. Rooms at the end of the hallways have both sinks in the shared bathroom.

 

Panoramic Photo of a CV Double w/Bath End Room*

*Double w/Bath Room at the End of the Hallway. Please refer to the building plans for locations of a particular room. Middle rooms have the sink in the bedroom. Rooms at the end of the hallways have both sinks in the shared bathroom.

 

Furnishings for all rooms include a twin x-long bed frame, x-long mattress, dresser, desk, chair and 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, and visit the Housing Services Web site for more information regarding the various housing options at CUA.