Application Priority Deadlines
|Term||US Students||International Students|
|Fall||May 15||Apr 15|
|Spring||Oct 15||Sep 15|
|Summer||Apr 15||Mar 15|
|No Graduate admissions for Summer term.*|
*The Homeland Security Graduate Program (MS) will offer summer admissions.
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Office of Recruitment and Admissions
The Office of Recruitment & Admissions at The University of the District of Columbia executes timely orderly processing of admissions/re-admissions applications for prospective and returning students. Specifically, the Office: disseminates appropriate admissions related materials to potential applicants; accepts and processes applications for new and returning students; creates applicant folders for all new students; evaluates transcripts and grants advance standing to eligible students; responds to admissions related questions from prospective or returning students; retrieves and distributes mail and other documents that affect the status of applications; interfaces with academic departments to evaluate academic transcripts, and communicates with individuals regarding the status of their applications, transcripts, and other pertinent information.
Most new students are admitted to the University of the District of Columbia for the fall and spring semesters, although some students may apply for admission during the summer term (See academic calendar for the exact dates). Secondary school students may apply for admission to the University any time following the completion of their junior year of high school.
Application forms and additional information describing the programs offered by the various colleges at the University, the admission procedures, and other rules and regulations can be obtained by writing or visiting the Office of Recruitment & Admissions, 4200 Connecticut Avenue NW, Building 39, A-Level, Washington, DC 20008, 202.274.6155
Enrollment Management Officers (EMOs) - Undergraduate
Territory: All domestic - Non-Degree and Re-Admit Students
Territory: International Undergraduate, International Graduate
Territories: Transfer Students – MD, VA, and Out of State Community College Recruitment
Territories: All First Time in College Students – Last Name (A-K), All DC Recruitment
Territories:All First Time in College Students – Last Name (L-Z), All Metro Recruitment
Graduate Programs Recruiter
|Sewer-Gunthrope, Akua||Territory: Graduate, Professional Studies, and Researchfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Transfer Admissions Counselor Staff
Office of Financial Aid
202.274.5060 | FAFSA school code number: 007015