The following is a list of buildings at The Catholic University of America. As with most college campuses, classes of many different fields are taught in most of the buildings; the list of buildings below is not meant to be exhaustive, but is the primary building for those courses.
McGivney Hall (formerly Keane Hall) was recently renovationed and serves as the new home for the North American campus of the Pontifical John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family.
McCort-Ward Hall - biology and science classrooms
McMahon Hall - modern languages, Greek & Latin, philosophy, mathematics classrooms; admissions office, post office, registrar, financial aid office; School of Arts & Sciences; School of Philosophy
John K. Mullen of Denver Memorial Library - main library (subject-specific branch libraries in Gowan, Hannan, Pangborn, and Ward Halls)
Nursing-Biology Building - science classrooms
O'Connell Hall (formerly Cardinal Hall and University Center West & East) is to reopen as new admissions, Housing Services and alumni offices. Originally built by the Knights of Columbus and known as Graduate Hall to house the Knights of Columbus fellows. West wing houses the Department of History.
Pangborn Hall - engineering and sciences classrooms
Edward J. Pryzbyla University Center - Dean of Students, student organizations, dining services, disability support services, international students office
Salve Regina Hall - art studios
Shahan Hall - social work classrooms; School of Social Services
Visitors Information Center - demolished Spring 2008