Graduate and Law Student Housing
Frequently Asked Questions
On-Campus Housing Availability - Spring 2014
For Spring 2014 there is limited space availability in campus housing for graduate and law students.
Graduate/Law Student Housing Options for Academic Year 2014-2015
Each year, the Office of Housing Services facilitates a room selection process for current undergraduate, degree-seeking students who anticipate full-time undergraduate enrollment for the next academic year. If space permits after the undergraduate assignment process is complete, Housing Services will offer housing to a Graduate/Law Waitlist. Interested students can submit a Waitlist Application by logging onto Cardinal Station using their Username and Password and navigating to Student Self-Service > MyHousing > ApplyOnline. A Guide to Applying Online can assist you with this process. New students should have received their Cardinal Station login information in the mail. If you have misplaced your Username and Password, please call the CUA Computer Help Desk at (202) 319-4357 for assistance. For information about off-campus housing options and resources provided by Housing Services, please see the information below.
- Religiously Affiliated Housing Options (for both clergy/religious and lay students)
- CUA Law School Housing Resources
- International Student House
- John Paul II Institute Housing Resources
Housing Services maintains the following services to assist you in navigating the off-campus housing market:
The Off-Campus Housing Resources website allows registered users to search for rental or for sale properties, find furniture, and participate in message boards. CUA students can also search for roommates on this site.
The Off-Campus Housing Resource Center located in Housing Services offers pamphlets and brochures on local apartment complexes, apartment guides, housing resources, and more. A computer station is also made available for students to search online listings.
The Off-Campus Housing Coordinator is available to meet with individuals or small groups to provide consultation to learn more about navigating the off-campus housing market. Contact Housing Services to make an appointment.
The annual Off-Campus Housing Fair will be held in the Pryzbyla Center Great Room on Wednesday, January 29, 2014. This fair brings over 30 apartment complex managers to campus, along with vendors who offer services for apartment living.
During Off-Campus Housing Week (April 22-25, 2014), Housing Services will offer workshops to provide students with valuable tips on residing off-campus. A full schedule of events will be posted on the Off-Campus Housing website in mid-March.