Transition Services

Ms. Rosetta BrownWhat are Transition Services?
We provide one-on-one advising for students interested in pursuing or continuing their educational goals.  Transition Services are the third pillar in UDC’s Workforce Development Student Success Initiative. The Student Success Initiative focuses efforts on the students’ and their dreams through three pillars: 1) building community; 2) promoting feedback loops; and 3) helping students transition to collegiate life.

What kinds of Transition Services are provided?

  • Assistance with college applications and the enrollment process
  • Assistance with completing the FAFSA financial aid applications
  • Identifying additional financial resources for college expenses
  • Degree audits and reviews of prior college transcripts

What is a Degree Audit?
A Degree audit is performed for students who started in a degree program (in any institution), but did not complete it.  The review will show how close the student is to achieving the degree with UDC.

What is the process for receiving Services?
Contact a Transition Coordinators to schedule an appointment:

Do students really use this service?
Yes! Since implementing Transition Services in the Fall, 2013 semester, over 200 students have been served. Additionally, over 124 students have received assistance with enrollment into degree programs.

How much does this service cost?
It is absolutely FREE!!

Workforce Development

For information not available on this website, please call a campus near you (see WDP Locations), or contact the UDC-CC Division of Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning at: | 202.274.7181

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