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The University of the District of Columbia system, including the flagship four-year institution and the new Community College, offers more than 70 academic programs that range from the Associate degree to the Master’s degree. We also offer numerous certificate programs that assist residents of the District of Columbia in improving their lives. These programs as well as an abundant population of bright students and dedicated faculty make UDC not only unique but also critically important to the District and the region. Private funding assists the university in fulfilling its mission of providing quality, affordable, and accessible education to students in Washington, DC and beyond. Your support is critical to our success!
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It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Mrs. Delores Taylor, the wife of former UDC Administrartor, Dr. Alfred O. Taylor, and mother of Kenneth (Kenny) Maurice Taylor who preceded her in death, as she was called to her eternal resting home. Mrs. Taylor was a beloved wife, mother, daughter and friend to all.
Dr. and Mrs. Taylor, through foresight and philanthropy, established a living memorial to their son Kenny, whose love of gospel music was well known, by creating the Kenneth M. Taylor Memorial Scholarship at the University of the District of Columbia. The scholarship provides financial support to students seeking to share the Taylors’ passion for life and to inspire others of the beauty and wonder of music.
The family has requested, in lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to the Kenneth M. Taylor Memorial Scholarship fund to preserve the memory of their son Kenny.