Welcome to the University of the District of Columbia Community College.
Welcome to the University of the District of Columbia. We are excited you have chosen to visit our Community College/Branch Campus website.
From the moment you connect with UDC-CC, our goal is to inspire you. Whether you are eager to explore certificate and degree options, looking to advance in or change your career, or are a lifelong learner, UDC-CC is a great place to start.
At the heart of UDC-CC are students, like you, who are motivated to pursue their dreams and dedicated and caring faculty who will guide you along your unique pathway to success.
Chances are you have already met UDC-CC alumni working throughout the District and the DMV region. UDC alumni are business and community leaders, doctors, teachers, nurses, and lawyers. They are auto mechanics, police officers, engineers, social workers, artists, and musicians. If you genuinely want to be inspired, be sure to ask our alumni about their UDC-CC experience and how the University opened doors for them and their families.
Thank you for allowing UDC-CC to serve you. We hope your experience is both rewarding and life-changing. ASPIRE. ACCOMPLISH. TAKE ON THE WORLD.
Lawrence T. Potter, Jr., Ph.D.
Chief Academic Officer
Business Technology – AAS
The Associate of Applied Science degree in Business Technology is designed to provide students with the knowledge required for entry-level positions in business, government, and other industries. It is also designed to provide the essential skills needed to pursue entrepreneurship.
Fashion Merchandising – AAS
The fashion merchandising program is designed to fulfill the needs of students who are seeking a career on the corporate side of the fashion industry. Students in fashion merchandising learn about the planning, production, promotion, and distribution of fashion products.
Law Enforcement – AAS
The law enforcement program offers an interdisciplinary course of study that prepares students to pursue baccalaureate degrees in law enforcement and criminal justice. The associate in applied science requires students to choose a concentration in corrections or in law enforcement.
Nursing Program – AASN
UDC-CC offers the Associate in Applied Science degree in Nursing (AASN) and the Licensed Practical Nurse to Associate in Applied Science in Nursing (LPN-AASN) degree. The curriculum reflects high standards of professional practice and incorporates guidelines from professional organizations and accrediting bodies.