Julie McCulloh

Julie McCulloh is the Dean of Admission at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington. 

Articles

Second Time Around: The Transfer Admission Process

Any college student who transfers from one institution to another has a story. Here, one university insider explains how to translate that story in your transfer application. read more

Jesuit, Benedictine, Dominican: Why do some Catholic colleges and universities identify themselves like this?

Catholic universities are often referred to by the religious order that founded and sponsors them. read more

How does campus life differ on a Catholic college campus from a secular campus?

Campus life at a Catholic college will provide more opportunities to explore and understand religion and organized religions' effects on history and on current issues.read more

How might a school's Catholic background affect its course work and classes?

Most Catholic institutions require religious studies or theology as well as philosophy and multiple humanities courses within their core curriculums.read more

Why A Catholic Education?

Catholic colleges may vary in size, location, and offerings, but all share an intellectual and spiritual tradition that, at its heart, asserts that each person is created in God's image with the potential for limitless good. read more

Beginning the College Search Process

Deciding where to go to college isn't easy. But even if you've dreamed of going to a certain school your whole life, not checking out your other options can only do you a disservice.read more

Are all students required to attend Mass at Catholic schools?

I am unaware of any Catholic college or university that requires attendance of Mass.read more