Moving to The Catholic University of America

“Deus Lux Mea Est” or “God is my light” is the official motto of The Catholic University of America (CUA). Lying in the Nation’s Capital, CUA is the only national Catholic university and is home to over 6,000 undergraduate and graduate students. In fact, it was founded by Catholic Bishops and given a charter by […]

Living in Washington DC

Welcome to Washington DC! You may not be taking on Capitol Hill like Mr. Smith, but the capital still has plenty in store for you. Now that you’ve moved to DC, these tips will help you make the most of living in our nation’s historically and culturally rich capital. Things to do The beauty of […]

Moving to George Washington University

Are you ready to be a “George” and proudly display the school’s colors of blue and buff? Are you ready to live and go to school in one of the most prestigious cities in America? Then you must be well on your way to George Washington University! Location No matter where you are coming from, moving […]

Moving to Washington DC: Part 2

Welcome back to Moving to Washington DC! This is part two of the series, so if you haven’t yet, be sure to catch up on Part 1 before reading any further. If you have read the first part, however, we hope that you’ve had enough time to think about what type of housing you want […]

Moving to Washington DC: Part I

Washington D.C. — home to the President of the United States, foreign diplomats, lawmakers and hopefully in the near future, you! The capital of the United States is a great city to live in, and no matter what your reason for moving — work, family or other needs — you’re bound to have a great […]