UDC: “We Are Black History” Melinda M. Bolling UDC Alum – Director for the DC Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA) Melinda M. Bolling is Director for the DC… Continue Reading UDC: “We Are Black History” – Melinda M. Bolling
Notice to Students about Financial Obligations This Notice: EXCLUDES LAW SCHOOL STUDENTS Dear Students: First, let my team and I extend another welcome to all our students. We are working to… Continue Reading Notice to Students about Financial Obligations
UDC: “We Are Black History” Selvon M. Waldron UDC Alum – College and Career Coach, Mentoring Business Owner Few who know him are surprised that Selvon M. Waldron has dedicated… Continue Reading UDC: “We Are Black History” Selvon M. Waldron
As President of the only public institution of higher learning in and for the nation’s capital, I want to address the UNIVERSITY community about the impact of the Friday, January 27th executive order issued by President Trump imposing temporary restrictions on immigration from seven majority-Muslim countries.
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Firebird Forum Part I: America in the Trump Era (Error?) January 25, 2017 Student Center Ballroom 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. Let Your Voice Be Heard! Join the conversation via Facebook… Continue Reading Firebird Forum – January 25, 2017
VAN NESS WELCOMES MADE IN DC MAKERS Two-Day Pop-Up to Feature 20+ Local Makers Washington, DC- Van Ness Main Street will host their first MADE IN DC Pop Up Shop… Continue Reading Van Ness Welcomes made in DC Makers
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: Continue Reading Registration “One-Stop-Shop”
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. Continue Reading Why Militant is the New Black Excellence