UDC Women’s Lacrosse Named 2016 IWLCA Division II Academic Honor Squad; Three Firebirds Earn IWLCA Academic Honor Roll Distinction
The University of the District of Columbia Women’s Lacrosse team was one of 46 Division II schools and 275 schools across NCAA Divisions I, II and III and the NAIA to be named a Zag Sports Academic Honor Squad as announced by the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association. UDC Women’s Lacrosse Named 2016 IWLCA Division II Academic Honor Squad; Three Firebirds Earn IWLCA Academic Honor Roll Distinction
University of the District of Columbia Announces Hiring of Rodger Colbert as Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach
University of the District of Columbia Director of Intercollegiate Athletics, Patricia Thomas, has announced the hiring of Rodger I. Colbert as the new Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach. Colbert, an Assistant Men’s Lacrosse Coach at UDC since 2013, replaces Scott Urick, who was recently announced the new head boys’ lacrosse coach at Georgetown Prep. University of the District of Columbia Announces Hiring of Rodger Colbert as Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach
Welcome to a new academic term, Fall 2016!
As we prepare for your return, we would like to ensure your needs are met most timely and appropriately. We have created a Registration “One-Stop-Shop “during the week of registration in the Student Center, Student Organization Suite, A level entrance. If you need assistance with the following: Registration “One-Stop-Shop”
Marieo Foster, Chief of Police for the University of the District of Columbia, recently presented the Memorial Fund with a $5,000 donation from the Miken Sports Heroes Fund in appreciation of America’s law enforcement professionals! Chief of Police presents the Memorial Fund with a donation
Ronald Mason isn’t a stranger to taking strong public positions when it comes to saving black folks. The distinguished three-time HBCU president who laid a foundation for Jackson State University’s evolution as a high-research public flagship institution, and virtually saved Southern University from financial ruin and legislative assault, finds himself at the University of the District of Columbia — freed of the southern-fried politics and internal conflicts that too often put blinders on broad visions for HBCU sustainability in public contexts. Why Militant is the New Black Excellence
When the time came for 18-year-old Emmanuel Charles to pick a college, his first inclination was to go to Morgan State University or Temple University.
Both schools accepted him and—as a D.C. resident—he would have been able to basically pay the in-state tuition rate at either school through the DC Tuition Grant Assistance program, known as DC TAG. DC-UP Seeks Top Students Through Generous Scholarship
A year and a half ago Samantha Pollack, the programming director of Washington Performing Arts, found out WPA’s space at the Kennedy Center would be under renovation during its 2016-2017 season. She started looking for a new space. The right-sized venue would have between 500 and 1,200 seats. It would have to allow for afternoon performances. Kennedy Center renovation sends performers to UDC’s Theater of the Arts
University of the District of Columbia Athletics to Honor Journey Butler with Potbelly Sandwich Shop Fundraiser to Support Make-A-Wish Mid-Atlantic
The University of the District of Columbia Athletic Department will honor Journey Butler,
recently deceased younger sister of men’s basketball student-athlete Traevon Butler, with a Potbelly Sandwich
Shop fundraiser throughout the month of September. University of the District of Columbia Athletics to Honor Journey Butler with Potbelly Sandwich Shop Fundraiser to Support Make-A-Wish Mid-Atlantic
Many of the conventional rules of presidential politics have been fundamentally upended in the wake of Donald Trump’s historic candidacy. Have teachers of politics had to adjust their course content?