Thanks to Catholic University’s Washington, D.C. location and vast alumni network, students often get the chance to learn directly from leaders in a variety of fields. Students participate in master classes with world-class musicians and actors. Politicians regularly visit campus and answer students’ questions about policy. Business leaders offer advice to the next generation of CEOs and entrepreneurs. And these are just a few examples of the opportunities that await students at Catholic University. 

The articles below highlight some of the recent visits to campus by those considered leaders in their field. 

    A Music Master Class

    Anthony McGill, principal clarinet for the New York Philharmonic, gave a master class for clarinetists at Catholic University.