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”
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
UDC Graduate Students from School of Business and Public Administration Win 1st Place in Annual Minority Case Competition
On Saturday, October 19, four UDC graduate students from the School of Business and Public Administration won the first place prize of $5,000 in the 9th Annual Minority Case Competition sponsored by Howard University’s School of Business. UDC Graduate Students from School of Business and Public Administration Win 1st Place in Annual Minority Case Competition