CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY EXPERIENCES IN ARCHITECTURE

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Architecture camp

Jeff Roberson, Director

Catholic University

620 Michigan Avenue NE

Washington, DC 20064

(202) 319-5188

loosle@cua.edu

www.summer.cua.edu

QUICK TAKE: This intensive study of architecture allows young

adults to explore the magnificent architecture of Washington,

DC and gives them a backstage pass to architects’ offices, as

well as trips to construction sites. Students also gain the experience

of living in a college dorm. The university offers various

sports from swimming to racquetball.

AGE REQUIREMENT: 15–18

FEES: Day program, $915–$1,025. Room and board, $1,200.

Financial aid is available.

SPONSORSHIP/OWNERSHIP/ACCREDITATION: Catholic University

of America

BACKGROUND: The Catholic University of America was

founded in 1887 by Catholic bishops whose goal was to establish

a university that challenges the student’s intellect. The

university has a wide range of colleges and majors to accommodate

the student’s focus and offers many summer programs

to suit any young adult’s interests.

DESCRIPTION: The program consists of two three-week sessions

in June and July. Campers analyze and observe many of

DC’s famous buildings and monuments. The students also

visit local architects and nearby construction sites.

OUR TAKE: If your son or daughter has a deep interest in a

specific field, this program will help him or her gain a greater

understanding of the subject and will be a plus on college applications,

especially if an architecture school is in the future.

OUR RECOMMENDATION: The camp is very focused, so make

sure your son or daughter is willing to devote the summer to

intense, but enjoyable, study.