The Christendom Graduate School is located in the Northern Virginia suburbs of Washington, D.C., in the eastern, “Alexandria” section of Fairfax County. The campus is on Queen of Apostles Parish grounds, in a quiet, residential neighborhood ( 4407 Sano Street, Alexandria, Virginia), within convenient access to Interstates 66, 395, and 495, and other major roads. The campus facilities include offices, classrooms, library, chapel, computer lab, study and recreational areas, and a beautiful enclosed garden. Classes are held at this Alexandria campus primarily during the fall and spring semesters (with a limited number of summer courses), and most are scheduled during the evenings and on Saturdays. The Alexandria campus does not include residence facilities, but students from out of town are usually able to find affordable housing in the vicinity, and the Graduate School facilitates this search by maintaining a current list of people wishing to rent to NDGS students.
The main campus of Christendom College is at 134 Christendom Drive, Front Royal, Virginia. The Summer Program of the Graduate School is located at this campus, where residence and dining halls make it possible for students from all over the world to attend. The hundred-acre campus is situated in a beautiful pastoral setting on the Shenandoah River near the Blue Ridge Mountains, and includes facilities for a full range of recreational, academic, social, and religious activities. Dulles International Airport serves both campuses, and in addition, Ronald Reagan National Airport is convenient to the Alexandria Campus.