In the Busch School of Business, you will find yourself surrounded by a community unlike any other — made up of faculty and students spurring one another on toward excellence, helping each other thrive academically, professionally, and personally. Take advantage of all that the school has to offer, from opportunities in Washington, D.C. and study abroad to entrepreneurial experiences and challenges on the athletics field.

  • Student Spotlight

    We are excited to have our students share their stories of Catholic University, the Busch School, and living in the nation's capital.

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    Live and Learn in Washington, D.C.

    It's a global city where dynamic business development, career opportunity, and cultural engagement are at your fingertips. 

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  • Student Athletics

    As a top Division III athletic institution, Catholic University attracts student-athletes who value the opportunity to compete in a sport they love. In the Busch School of Business, more than one-third of all students participate in Division III athletics.

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  • Spiritual Life

    Campus Ministry and Service

    At The Catholic University of America, we encourage you to explore your faith through student ministry groups, prayer and worship, service opportunities, and more.

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    Study Abroad

    Learn more about the ways students at the Busch School of Business are studying abroad, making a global impact, and how you can get involved.

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  • Student Involvement

    Student Involvement

    Whatever your interest, you will find your niche here at the Busch School of Business through one of our many student organizations, programs and societies.

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  • Advising and Mentoring

    Advising and Mentoring

    Both faculty and professional advisors guide students in achieving their academic goals through advising and mentoring. The Office of Academic Services assists students with academic requests and questions.

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  • Busch School Virtues Diagnostic

    The purpose of the Diagnostic is to help students identify a virtue (or habit of excellence) that they'd like to grow in, and then provide practical guidance. The organizing structure for the Diagnostic is the taxonomy of virtues presented by St. Thomas Aquinas in his Summa Theologica.

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