Administration

Timothy HatchettTimothy L. Hatchett is a native of North Carolina and relocated to Washington, D.C., after 17 years in Atlanta, Georgia. Prior to joining the University of District of Columbia, Mr. Hatchett served as the Director of Enrollment Management and Student Services at Graduate School USA. He also served as the Assistant Director of Admissions and Continuing Education faculty at Saint Leo University (FL).

Mr. Hatchett graduated with a B.S. in Criminal Justice from Saint Augustine’s University. He earned a Master’s Degree in Public Administration with concentration in Education from Troy State University. Currently, he is a Ph.D. candidate at Clark-Atlanta University, in the discipline of Political Science with a focus in American Federal Government, International Relations, Urban Politics and Public Administration.

With research interests in public policy, urban politics, education and multiculturalism and diversity in higher education, Mr. Hatchett finds time to remain active in academic and scholarly endeavors. He has active memberships in the following organizations: Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (NASPA), American Political Science Association (APSA), National Academic Advising Association (NACADA).


Elaina HundleyHello Firebirds! My name is Nadiath Saibou. I am the Administrative Assistant to the Director, of the Office of Academic Advising and Retention. I received my B.A. in English Arts from Hampton University. I enjoy working at UDC because it gives me an opportunity to help students the same way I was help when I was in school. Outside of work I enjoy reading, watching sports, cooking and enjoying time with my family and friends.

Accordions
Why do I have to submit my high school transcript?

Students who have yet to earn a Bachelors’ degree are required to submit an official high school transcript that includes the graduation month, day and year. All transcripts must be submitted directly from your school to udctranscores@udc.edu or mailed to The University of the District of Columbia, Office of Recruitment and Admissions, Bldg 39, A- Level, Washington DC 20008

How do I submit my transcripts?

All transcripts must be submitted directly from your schools to udctranscores@udc.edu or mailed to The University of the District of Columbia, Office of Recruitment and Admissions, Bldg 39, A- Level, Washington DC 20008

Do I have to submit my college transcript? I only attended one semester, and I don’t have any classes to transfer.

Transcripts from all previous colleges attended are required at the time of application. Once a student is admitted and confirms enrollment, the Office of the Registrar will review all transcripts to complete a transfer audit.

How will I know which credits will transfer from my previous schools?

The Office of the Registrar will complete all transfer audits. This process can take up to 21 business days after a student confirms enrollment. The transfer audit is then posted to your myUdc account.

My Advance Placement Classes are listed on my high school transcript. Will I receive credit?

Students must contact College Board to request an official transcript that includes all AP Scores. The transcript must be submitted from College Board directly to udctranscores@udc.edu.

I applied as an International Student. How do I submit my transcripts I received outside of the United States?

All transcripts received outside of the United States must be evaluated by a NACES Affiliate. Please visit the NACES Website for more information. Your evaluated transcript must be submitted directly from the NACES Affiliate to udctranscores@udc.edu or mailed to The University of the District of Columbia, Office of Recruitment and Admissions, Bldg 39, A- Level, Washington DC 20008

How do I receive credit for my Military Service?

Contact the personnel unit of your service branch and request a Joint Services Transcript (JST). It should be sent directly from the personnel unit to udctranscores@udc.edu or mail to The University of the District of Columbia, Office of Recruitment and Admissions, Bldg 39, A- Level, Washington DC 20008

I have already earned my Bachelors’ degree, am I a transfer student?

Students who have already earned a Bachelors’ degree are not considered a transfer student. You must apply as a Second Degree student.