Online Course Guide – Fall 2016
Community College, Four-Year and Graduate Offerings
Please read the important information which follows from the Table of Contents and then visit our online, searchable database for the most up-to-date Course Listings. The information on this web page is also available via our printable Course Guide PDF.
Disclaimer: The University will make every effort to offer all courses and sections shown on the website. However, the University reserves the right to cancel or make changes to courses for insufficient enrollment or as other compelling circumstances warrant.
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IMPORTANT: ALL STUDENTS MUST ACTIVATE THEIR EMAIL ACCOUNTS.
All students have email accounts established when they register for one or more classes at the University of the District of Columbia. This email account will be used by faculty to contact students enrolled in their classes and for college staff to inform students of important announcements. Student email accounts are Web-based and can be accessed from any computer with an Internet connection.
The format of the email address is email@example.com. Occasionally, we have students sharing the same username. When this happens, the username (firstname.lastname) is suffixed with a number like: firstname.lastname2 or firstname.lastname3. The username portion of the email address can be used to access Blackboard and Wireless connections.
Once issued, email accounts must be activated by the student. For detailed instructions on how to retrieve and activate your student email and access your account, please visit my.udc.edu.
If you need assistance with your email, please visit the Help Desk in Building 41, A Level, or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
University Operator: 202.274.5000
|Academic Advising Center||202.274.6899||Law School||202.274.7400|
|Academic Advising Center (CC)||202.274.6988||Library||202.274.6370|
|Academic Support Center (Tutoring)||202.274.5938||Lost & Found||202.274.5050|
|Admissions – Undergrad||202.274.6155||New Student Orientation||202.274.5354|
|Admissions – Graduate||202.274.6110||Parking||202.274.5159|
|Admissions – Law School||202.274.7341||Provost and VP for Academic Affairs||202.274.5072|
|Blackboard 9.1||202.274.6628||Speech & Hearing Clinic||202.274.6161|
|Cable Television||202.274.5300||Student Life & Services (Clubs & Organizations)||202.274.5900|
|Campus Police (Lost & Found)||202.274.5050||Student Affairs||202.274.5210|
|Career Services||202.274.6920||Student Employment||202.274.6268|
|Cashier||202.274.5112||Trilogy Student Newspaper||202.274.5574|
|Child Development Center (Lab School)||202.274.5213||Undergraduate Student Government Association||202.274.5190|
|Community College||202.274.5800||Veterans Affairs||202.274.6099|
|Computer Center||202.274.5500||Water Resources Research Institute||202.274.5273|
|Continuing Education||202.274.5536/7183||Workforce Development||202.274.6999|
|Cooperative Extension Service||202.274.7115||Graduate Student Government Association||202.274.5207|
Continuing Education at the Community College has more than a thousand online and affordable classes right now and will soon be offering live classes in professional development, liberal arts, leisure and recreation, and public service and nonprofit management.
Visit www.udc.edu/cc/continuing_education for more information.
Effective fall semester 2009, students pursuing Associate Degrees or Certificate Programs (listed below) will be admitted to the open admissions, University of the District of Columbia Community College (UDC-CC).
The requirements are:
- Official high school transcript or official GED results
- Placement test—ACCUPLACER (administered by the Testing Office)
For information about our Community College programs, visitwww.cc.udc.edu/academic_programs.
Effective fall semester 2011, students pursuing baccalaureate degrees (on page 4) will be eligible for admission to the University, if one of the following admission requirements* is met:
2.5 GPA and 1200 SAT/16 ACT score or
2.0 GPA and 1400 SAT/19 ACT score
Students who do not meet the above requirements may “test in” by achieving required minimum scores on the ACCUPLACER examination subtests: 78 (reading), 86 (English) and 85 (mathematics).
International students who are non-native speakers of English must also take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) and achieve minimum scores of 550 on the written test, 213 on the computerized test, or 79 on the Internet test.
* These minimum requirements do not preclude the additional requirements established by the respective degree programs.
For information about our University undergraduate and graduate programs and majors, visitwww.udc.edu/programs/degrees_programs_majors.
Dr. Tony Summers, Acting Provost
202.274.6203, 801 N. Capitol St. NE, Suite 514
Dr. Marilyn Hamilton, Acting Dean of Academic Affairs
202.274.5800, 801 N. Capitol St. NE, Suite 321
Dr. H. Pearl Peters, Dean of Student Achievement
202.274.5800, 801 N. Capitol St. NE, Suite 225
Edith Westfall, Acting Dean of Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning
202.274.7181, 801 N. Capitol St. NE, Suite 329
Prof. Laurence Covington, Faculty Program Coordinator English, ESL, Speech, and World Languages
202.274.5629, 801 N. Capitol St. NE
Prof. John Griffin, Faculty Program Coordinator for Math and Engineering
202.274.5800, 801 N. Capitol St. NE, Room 407
Prof. Susie Cato, Faculty Program Coordinator and Director of Nursing for AAS Nursing Program
202.274.5914, 801 N. Capitol St., NE, Room 812
Prof. Donald Steinert, Faculty Coordinator, Program Director AAS Respiratory Therapy Program
202.274.5864, 801 North Capitol Street, NE, Room 904
Dr. James Shaw, Faculty Coordinator, Program Director AAS Mortuary Science Program
202.274.6768, 801 North Capitol St. NE. Room 617
Prof. Steve Madkins, Faculty Program Coordinator for Graphic Communication Technology and Early Childhood Education
202.274.7368, 801 N. Capitol St. NE, Room 521
College of Agriculture, Urban Sustainability, and Environmental Sciences
Dr. Sabine O’Hara, Dean
202.274.7011, Building 44, Room 109
Professor Elgloria Harrison, Assistant to the Dean for Academic Programs
202.274.6940, Bldg. 44, Room 200-24
Professor William Hare, Associate Dean for Land Grant Programs
202.274.7133, Bldg. 44, Room 200-23
Diane Hyman, Associate Dean for Operations
202.274.7137, Bldg. 44, Room 102
Nutrition and Dietetics
Prema Ganganna, PhD, Program Director
202.274.5516, Bldg. 44, Room 200-29
Architecture and Community Planning
Susan Schaefer Kliman, Chair/Program Director
202.274.5243, Bldg. 32, Room 104-6
Nursing (RN to BSN)
Pier Broadnax, PhD, Program Director
202.274.5916, Bldg. 44, Room 104A
John Slack, EdD, Program Director
202.274.5324, Bldg. 47, Room A31
Land Grant Programs
Center for Urban Agriculture and Gardening Education
Center for Sustainable Development
Water Resources Research Institute
Tolessa Deksissa, PhD
202.274.5273, Bldg. 42, Room 215
Center for Nutrition Diet and Health
Lillie Monroe-Lord, PhD
202.274.7125, Bldg. 44, Room 200-01
Institute of Gerontology
202. 274. 6659, Bldg. 39, Room 101
Center for 4-H and Youth Development
202.274.7081, Bldg. 44, Room 103
College of Arts and Sciences
Dr. April Massey, Dean
Dr. Lena Walton, Associate Dean, 202.274.5543
Dr. James Maiden, Assistant Dean of Students, 202.274.5768
Wilma Thompson, Office Manager
Terry D. Best, Receptionist
202.274.5194, Bldg. 41, Suite 405-01
Division of Arts and Humanities
Dr. Wynn Yarbrough, Chair
Bldg. 41, Room 426
Art (BA), English (BA), Music (BM)
Division of Education, Health, and Social Work
Dr. Amy M. Williamson, Chair
Bldg. 52, Room 306A
Early Childhood Education (BA), Elementary Education (BA), Social Work (BSW), Special Education (BS), Adult Education (Graduate Certificate), Adult Education (MA), Counseling (MS) – School and Mental Health Counseling options, Early Childhood Education (MA), Rehabilitation Counseling (MA), Teaching (MAT), Speech and Language Pathology (MS)
Division of Sciences and Mathematics
Dr. Jeffrey Fleming, Chair
Bldg. 44, Room 103
Biology (BS), Chemistry (BS), Mathematics (BS), Cancer Biology, Prevention and Control (MS)
Division of Social and Behavioral Science
Dr. Shiela Harmon-Martin, Chair
Building 41, Room 407
Administration of Justice (BA), Human Development (BA), Political Science (BA), Psychology (BS), Homeland Security (MS)
School of Business and Public Administration
Dr. Mohamad Sepehri, Dean
202.274.7000, Bldg. 38, Room 314
Dr. Malva D. Reid, Associate Dean for Administration and Development
202.274.7037, Bldg. 38, Room 310
Raquel Brown-Gaston, J.D., Assistant Dean for Student Services
202.274.6617, Bldg. 38, Room 308B
Department of Accounting
Dr. Tarsaim Goyal, Chairperson
202.274.7002, Bldg. 38, Room 122
Department of Business Management
Deborah Lyons, Interim Chairperson
202.274.7043, Bldg. 38, Room 223
Department of Public Administration/Graduate Studies
202.274.7000, Bldg. 38
School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Dr. Devdas Shetty, Dean
202.274.5220, Building 42, Room 212
Mavis Johnson, Staff Assistant
202.274.5131, Building 42, Room 212
Department of Civil Engineering
Dr. Pradeep Behera, PE, Chair
202.274.6186, Building 42, Room 213
Department of Computer Science & Information Technology
Dr. Lily Liang, Chair
202.274.6289, Building 42, Room 112
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
Dr. Samuel Lakeou, (Acting) Assistant Dean & Chairperson
202.274.5834, Building 42, Room 109
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Dr. A Segun Adebayo, Chair
202-274-5039, Bldg 42, Room 213
Graduate Program Directory
Dr. Philicia Jefferson
MS in Counseling
email@example.com | 202.274.5439
Dr. Valbona Bejleri
MS in Applied Statistics
firstname.lastname@example.org | 202.274.5771
Dr. Carolyn Cousin
MS in Cancer Biology, Prevention and Control
email@example.com | 202.274.5874
Dr. Jan Blancato (co-director, Georgetown Univ.)
MS in Cancer Biology Prevention and Control
firstname.lastname@example.org | 202.444.1536
Dr. Prema Ganganna
MS in Nutrition and Dietetics
email@example.com | 202.274.5516
Dr. Arlene King-Berry
MA in Special Education
firstname.lastname@example.org | 202.274.5973
Dr. Wanda Colston, Director
MS in Speech Language Pathology-Clinical
email@example.com | 202.274.5325
Dr. Lily Liang
MS in Computer Science
firstname.lastname@example.org | 202.274.5086
Dr. Wagdy Mahmoud
MS in Electrical Engineering
email@example.com | 202.274.5239
Dr. Deborah Lyons
MBA—Master of Business Administration, MPA—Master of Public Administration
firstname.lastname@example.org | 202.274.7043
Dr. Sylvia Benatti
MPA—Master of Public Administration
email@example.com | 202.274.5794
Prof. Clarence Pearson
MArch—Master of Architecture
firstname.lastname@example.org | 202.274.5057
Dr. Tolessa Deksissa
PSM in Water Resource Management
email@example.com | 202.274.5273
Community College (all students): 801 N. Capitol St., NE
Flagship (freshmen/sophomores/undeclared/special students): Academic Advising Center, Administration Building 39, Rm 111 (Special students, please call the Academic Advising Center at 202.274.6899.)
Juniors and seniors with declared majors: Academic departments
Non degree graduate students: Academic chairperson
Community College – Academic Advisors
Colin Touhey, Director
|A-B Karen Artisfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|C-F Latisha Averyemail@example.com|
|G-J Maurice Cookfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|K-N Tyondra Jeffersonemail@example.com|
|O-Sn Bobby “Marcus” Robersonfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|So-Z Amos Smithemail@example.com|
|Alisha Mitchell (Undecided, Non-Degree)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
Flagship – Office of Academic Advising and Retention (Academic Advisors)
Timonty L. Hatchett, Director
Nadiath Saibou, Admin. Assistant to Director
Building 39, Room 111 202.274.5938
Kimberly Crews, Academic Support Coordinator
Deborah Dessaso, Writing Resource Coordinator
The Academic Support Center (ASC) offers several free services to help undergraduates excel in their courses and their academic careers. In addition, the ASC provides student referrals, faculty support, and policy information to strengthen support services across campus.
Student and Faculty Support
Tutoring – free peer tutoring in writing in all disciplines, foreign languages, quantitative reasoning, oral communication, technology, and general study skills; and referrals to specialized tutorial units (i.e. Mathematics, Accounting, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Community College Tutoring)
Academic Workshops – Workshops on study, research, and writing skills are offered each semester. In-class workshops can be scheduled by faculty.
Calculator Loaner Program – students may borrow TI-83 Plus or TI-84 Plus Graphing Calculators for the semester
Study Hall – study space with 8 computer workstations
Reference Materials – handouts, worksheets, and style guides for academic writing
Office Hours – Faculty are invited to host office hours and tutorials in the ASC
Flagship Academic Advising Center
Special students, please call the Academic Advising Center
Juniors & Seniors with declared majors: Academic Departments
Non-Degree Graduate students: Academic Chairperson
Building 39, Room 111
|Education, English, Graphic Design, Human Development, Mass Media, Social Work, Studio Art, UDC-CC Transition, Non-Degree A-H, Track & Field/Cross Country/Women’s Lacrosse/Women’s Basketball|
|Dr. Janice Jacksonemail@example.com|
|Accounting, Business Management, Management Information Systems, Finance, Marketing|
|Architecture, Civil Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Psychology, Information Technology, International Students (At student’s request), Men’s & Women’s Tennis, Men’s Soccer|
|Administration of Justice, Biology, Chemistry, Health Education, Mathematics, Nutrition & Dietetics, Political Science & History, Sociology/Anthropology, Men’s Lacrosse/Men’s Basketball|
School of Business and Public Administration –
|Accounting Majors – Building 38, First Floor|
|A-C Darien Greenfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|D-L Eva Greenemail@example.com|
|M-Q Errol Salmonfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|R-Z Debra Robinson-Fosteremail@example.com|
|Economics Majors – Building 38, First Floor|
|A-Z Tarsaim Goyalfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Finance Majors – Building 38, First Floor|
|A–Z Tarsaim Goyalemail@example.com|
|Management Majors – Building 38, Second Floor|
|A–C Paul Bachmanfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|D-G Sergey Ivanovemail@example.com|
|H-K Deborah Lyonsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|L-P Jian Huaemail@example.com|
|Q-T Charlie Mahonefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|U-Z Michael Tannenemail@example.com|
|Management Information Systems Majors – Building 38, Second Floor|
|A–M Judy Williams-Smithfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|N-Z Harbans Dhuriaemail@example.com|
|Marketing Majors – Building 38, Second Floor|
|A-M Nikolai Ostapenkofirstname.lastname@example.org|
|N-Z Les Vermillionemail@example.com|
|Procurement/Public Contracting Majors, Building 38, 3rd floor|
|A–Z William Whitefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Master of Business Administration (MBA) Majors, Building 38, 2nd/3rd floors|
|A-H Sergey Ivanovemail@example.com|
|I-P Les Vermillionfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|S-Z Deborah Lyonsemail@example.com|
|Master of Public Administration (MPA) Majors, Building 38, 3rd floor|
|A-G Julius Anyufirstname.lastname@example.org|
|H-M Sylvia Benattiemail@example.com|
|N-S Yolandra Plummerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|T-Z William Whiteemail@example.com|
College of Agriculture, Urban Sustainability and Environmental Sciences – Academic Advisors
|Nutrition and Dietetics Program (BS)|
|Nutrition and Dietetics (MS)|
|Dr. Prema Ganganna||202.274.5516, Bdlg 44, Rm firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr. B. Michelle Harris||202.274.5739, Bldg 44, Rm email@example.com|
|Prof. Barbara Harvey||202.274.5467, Bldg 44, Rm firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Professional Science Master’s Program|
|Dr. Tolessa Deksissa||202.274.5273, Bldg 42, Rm email@example.com|
|Architecture and Community Planning Program|
|Ralph Belton||202.274.5243, Bldg 32, Rm firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Clarence Pearson||202.274.5238, Bldg 32, Rm email@example.com|
|Nursing Program (RN to BSN)|
|Dr. Pier Broadnax, Director of Nursing||202.274.5915, Bldg 44, Rm 104Afirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Professor Elmira Asongwed||202.274.5909, Bldg 44, Rm email@example.com|
|Professor Anne Marie Jean-Baptiste||202.274.5942, Bldg 44, Rm firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Health Education Program (Public Health Track)|
|Dr. John Slack, Program Director||202.274.5324, Bldg 47, Rm Aemail@example.com|
|Dr. Wilmer Johnson||202.274.6266, Bldg 47, Rm Afirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Professor Bessie Stockard||202.274.5076, Bldg 47, Rm Aemail@example.com|
School of Engineering and Applied Science –
|Computer Science and Information Technology|
|Dr. Lily Liang, Chair||202.274.5086, Bldg. 42, Rm 112-Cfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr. David Barnett||202.274.6279, Bldg. 42, Rm email@example.com|
|Dr. Li Chen||202.274.6301, Bldg. 42, Rm 112-Ffirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr. Shakir James||202.274.6301, Bldg. 42, Room 112-F||Shakir.email@example.com|
|Dr. Dong Jeong||202.274.7455, Bldg. 42, Rm 112-Gfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr. Junwhan Kim||202.274.7455, Bldg 42, Room 112||Junwhan.email@example.com|
|Dr. Byunggu Yu||202.274.6289, Bldg. 42, Room 113-A1firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr. Briana Wellman||202.274.6695, Bldg. 42, Rm 112-Bemail@example.com|
|Electrical and Computer Engineering|
|Dr. Samel Lakeou, Chair||202.274.5834, Bldg. 42, Rm 109-Ffirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr. Tarak Bhar||202.274.5836, Bldg. 42, Rm 109-Cemail@example.com|
|Dr. Paul Cotae||202.274.6290, Bldg. 42, Rm 109-Bfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr. Sasan Haghani||202.274.6595, Bldg. 42, Rm 109-Hemail@example.com|
|Dr. Wagdy Mahmoud||202.274.5239, Bldg. 42, Rm 109-Efirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr. Esther T. Ososanya||202.274.5837, Bldg. 42, Rm 209-Demail@example.com|
|Dr. Nian Zhang||202.274.6615, Bldg. 42, Rm 109-Gfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr. A. Segun Adebayo, Chair||202.274.5039, Bldg. 42, Rm 213-Remail@example.com|
|Dr. Kate Klein||202.274.7131, Bldg. 42, Rm firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr. Pawan Tyagi||202.274.6601, Bldg. 42, Rm 213-Eemail@example.com|
|Dr. Lara Thompson||202.274.5046, Bldg. 42, Rm 213-Mfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr. Jiajun Xu||202.274.5045, Bldg. 42, Rm 213-Oemail@example.com|
|Dr. Pradeep Behera, Chair||202.274.6186, Bldg. 42, Rm 213-Ffirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Prof. Inder Bhambir||202.274.6327, Bldg. 42, Rm 213-Cemail@example.com|
|Dr. Yao Yu||202.274.6600, Bldg. 42, Room 213D||Yao.firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr. Ahmet Zeytinci||202.274.6291, Bldg. 42, Rm 213-Hemail@example.com|
All students admitted to the Community College, students whose primary language is not English and students readmitted to the University who have not received a passing grade in one college level mathematics and one college level English course are required to take the computerized ACCUPLACER Test prior to meeting with an academic advisor and registering for courses. If you have not taken the ACCUPLACER Test, please report to 801 North Capitol St. NE to schedule your test. You must present proper identification at the time of the test. Your test score results will be available upon completion of the test.
Transfer students admitted to the University must meet minimum GPA and SAT/ACT requirements.
November 2 – December 11, 2015, all students must see their academic advisor to discuss their program of study and to have the Advisor’s hold released.
November 2 – December 18, 2015, you will be able to register for classes directly in myUdc (my.udc.edu), our online portal.
In order to register you must have a UDC email account and password. You will need this information to log in. Don’t have your UDC email yet? Email your request to the IT Help Desk firstname.lastname@example.org from a personal email account (include your Banner student ID number) or visit Bldg. 41, A Level.
All students must satisfy prior tuition and fees obligations before they can register for classes. Check your Student Account in the myUdc portal.
After completing online registration, there will be a pay online option that will direct you to the secure payment page.
Be sure to meet with your academic advisor regarding the registration process.
Questions? Email the IT Help Desk at email@example.com, call 202.274.5941, or visit Bldg. 41, A Level.
Community College – Current Students: please visit cc.udc.edu/fees.
Community College – New Students: please visit cc.udc.edu/admissions/udc_cc_tuition_changes.
Flagship University: please visit udc.edu/fees.
Tuition and fees are due and payable at the time of registration. Failure to pay tuition and fees or to make satisfactory payment arrangement may result in classes being dropped.
Payment of tuition and fees is due at the time of registration. You are able to pay for your classes online. Once you have completed your registration for classes, there will be a “Pay Online” button, which will direct you to the secured payment site. (If an ID and password are requested, please use your Banner ID and password to log into the payment site.) You may also pay your bill at the cashiers office located on the main campus (Administration Bldg. 39, 2nd Fl.) No need to stand in the financial aid line! Enjoy the flexibility of online access! If you are eligible for financial aid and funds have not posted, report to the Office of Financial Aid.
- Tuition and fees are due and payable at the time of registration. Failure to pay tuition & fees or to make satisfactory payment arrangements may result in courses being dropped.
- Tuition and fees may be paid by cash, certified check, money order, credit card (MasterCard, Visa or Discover only) or personal check, provided you have not presented an uncollectible check to the University in the past and the check signer presents a photo ID.
- Deferred payments are available for the following students:
- Students who have training forms or agreements from a sponsor, organization or employer requesting later billing from the University (i.e., agency billing)
- Students who have been approved to receive financial aid and have estimated award amounts on printout provided by advisors
- Students registering with estimated financial aid awards will be responsible for the payment of bills if awards are not approved.
- Tuition may be remitted for all full-time employees of the University and their spouses and dependent children. Contact the Office of Human Resources for details and the Request for Remitted Tuition form.
- Log onto my.udc.edu using your email username and password.
- New Students: visit the Office of Information Technology (Bldg. 41, Rm. 316) or firstname.lastname@example.org from a personal email account with your student ID to obtain your myUDC username and password.
- Click on the Academics tab, under “My Account” and select the appropriate term that shows your balance.
- Click on the credit card icon, which will take you to the payment page (If you are not paying the total amount that is reflected, please type in the amount that you are paying, then select continuing.)
- A copy of your receipt will be sent to the email address supplied with the billing information.
Other Payment Information
Personal checks for payment of prior balances will be accepted. However, until the check has cleared the bank for payment, there will be a five-day delay for further services.
Classes will be immediately dropped upon notification from the bank of all stopped check payments and closed accounts. You have five days from the day of presentation of returned checks to make the payment good. The University will not notify you. Retain all receipts as confirmation of payments.
Late registration requires a $150.00 late fee. (Fee is applied the day after classes begin)
Retain all receipts as confirmation of payments.
Van Ness Campus – Cashier’s Office, Administration Building 39, 2nd Fl.
Tuition and fees can be paid in cash or by certified or personal check, money order, credit cards (MasterCard, Visa and Discover only), and official agency deferment letter or purchase voucher. Financial aid recipients should have their awards on file. Students registering with estimated financial aid awards will be responsible for payment of tuition and fees if their awards are not finalized at the time of registration.
Continuing students who register online can also pay online by using credit card payment (MasterCard, Visa and Discover only). Note: When paying online, you must pay your tuition and bill in full; no partial payment can be made. Failure to pay on the day that you register may result in the cancellation of your classes. (Exception: continuing student’s registration period.)
Refund applies to tuition only. Fees are nonrefundable.
Withdrawal through Week 1 100%
Withdrawal through Week 2 80%
Withdrawal through Week 3 60%
Withdrawal through Week 4 40%
Withdrawal through Week 5 20%
There is no refund after week 5.
Bldg 39, Rm A-111
|English as a Second Language
801 N. Capitol St. NE, Rm 421
Administration Bldg. 39, A-135
Report to your academic
Administration Bldg 39, Rm A-133
Administration Bldg. 39, Rm A-145
Administration Bldg. 39, Rm. 201
Bldg. 44, Rm. A-12
Community College Students
Report to 801 North Capitol St. NE.
Report to the Academic Advising Center, Administration Building. 39, Rm 111.
Report to the appropriate academic department.
18 semester hours. Undergraduate students on academic probation are limited to 9 semester hours or less.
15 semester hours. Graduate students on academic probation are limited to 6 semester hours or less.
- Visit www.udc.edu/student_affairs/student_health_insurance OR http://www.firststudent.com/on any computer to find out information regarding the University health insurance plan or complete the Online Waiver form to show proof of insurance. Students who wish to enroll in the University plan simply pay the premium when paying for classes.
- Proceed to Administration Building 39, 2nd floor, Cashier’s Office to pay tuition and fees.
- Tuition and fees can be paid in cash or by certified or personal check, money order, credit cards (MasterCard, Visa and Discover only), official agency Deferment Letter, or Purchase Voucher. Students registering without an official financial aid award will be responsible for payment of tuition and fees at the time of registration.
- Students who register online can also pay online by using credit card payment (MasterCard, Visa and Discover only). Note: When paying online, you must pay your tuition and bill in full; no partial payments can be made.
- Failure to make satisfactory payment arrangements by the deadline date to pay for Fall 2015 courses may result in the cancellation of your classes. (Exception: continuing students registration period.)
Note: A $150.00 fee will be assessed during the late registration period.
- New students should obtain an identification card from the Office of Public Safety, Administration Building 39, Room C-04.
|Note: Your receipts serve as confirmation of enrollment and payment. PLEASE RETAIN ALL RECEIPTS.
Warning: Be advised that students may receive credit and grades only for courses in which they are officially enrolled. Faculty cannot make private arrangements that permit instruction for cancelled classes, unscheduled classes or classes and sections for which the student is not officially registered. The University of the District of Columbia honors no arrangements involving instruction outside of University procedures and policies.
D.C. Immunization Law and the University requires all students age 26 and under, who are enrolled in
the community college or university, to submit proof of immunization as follows: Two (2) doses of Measles, Mumps and Rubella Vaccines (MMR) or a positive blood test for MMR.
- One (1) booster for Tetanus/Diphtheria (Td) within the last 10 years.
- Three (3) doses of Hepatitis-B Vaccines or a positive blood test for Hepatitis-B.
- Two (2) Varicella (Chickenpox) Vaccines or a positive blood test for Varicella.
- One (1) Meningococcal Vaccine within the last 5 years.
Students of all ages are encouraged to have all immunizations up to date for their protection and the protection of others. International, study abroad and foreign-born students are strongly advised to be screened for Tuberculosis within the last 6 months of starting classes. Students under the age of 18 must also show proof for Polio immunization. Unless you submit all information to University Health Services (UHS) or submit verification that you are undergoing immunization, you will not be able to register for coursework at the University or community college. Possible places for retrieving your immunization records may be your private physician’s office, military records, the local health department or your high school. All records must be written in English. Health professions students preparing for clinical rotations are required to show proof of immunizations and free of other specific communicable diseases.
If you are missing any of the above vaccines, please obtain that vaccine(s) from your private physician or community health center. You may also visit University Health Services at the Van Ness Main campus to obtain vaccinations for a fee considerably less than other clinics and health retailers. Students covered by the student health insurance plan are eligible for all vaccines at no cost.
All records are kept confidential and can be securely faxed to: 202.274.5411. Please be sure to include your UDC student ID number on your records whenever possible. For further information, call University Health Services 202.274.5030 between 8:30 AM and 5:00PM, Monday through Friday.
The University is proud to offer you student health and accident insurance for the 2015-2016 academic year through United Health Care Student Resources. Since health insurance coverage is mandatory by U.S. law, students are automatically enrolled in the United Health Care Student Resources insurance plan when registering for classes. If you have your own insurance you can submit your health insurance information to receive a waiver from the student health plan. Insurance waivers are subject to your health insurance plan meeting a set criteria which aligns with the requirements for the U.S. Law – Affordable Care Act of 2010. The waiver criteria can be found by visiting https://www.udc.edu/health_services/waiver_criteria.
Students should be prepared, at the time of registration, to pay the insurance fee and receive a credit to their student account after their waiver is approved (about 2–3 weeks after the add/drop period).
During registration students should visithttps://www.udc.edu/health_services/student_health_insurance_plan from any computer to find information about the student health plan and the waiver process to show proof of comparable insurance.
Visit www.udc.edu/studentaffairs/studenthealthinsurance.htm OR www.firststudent.com on any computer to find out information regarding the University health insurance plan or complete the Online Waiver form to show proof of insurance. Students who wish to enroll in the University plan simply pay the premium when paying for classes.
Students wishing to declare or change a major course of study must obtain the approval of the new department chairperson as well as the release of the former department chairperson. Change of Major forms should be submitted to the Office of the University Registrar (Main Campus: Building 39, Room A-135; Community College:801 North Capitol, Room 303) prior to the first day of classes for fall or spring semester, or Summer Session I and II. Requests received after this time will be processed for the next semester of enrollment.
Fall/Spring Semester Time Status
|TIME STATUS LEVEL||TIME STATUS CODES||MINIMUM CREDIT HOURS||MAXIMUM CREDIT HOURS|
|Undergraduate||Less than half time||.001||5.999|
|Graduate||Less than half time||.001||4.499|
Full-time students in good academic standing may enroll for a maximum of 18 semester hours. Permission to exceed this limit, up to a maximum of 21 hours, must be obtained from the dean of the college in which the student is enrolled. Students on academic probation are required to be part-time students until reinstated to good academic standing. They may take no more than 9 semester hours for the fall semester or 10 semester hours with permission from the dean. Graduate students are limited to 15 credit hours.
A student who finds it necessary to change their schedule may do so either online (continuing students) or by visiting their academic advisor. A $10 Add/Drop fee is charged for each successful transaction after the regular registration period. A course may be added only during the period designated as Add/Drop. In order to add or drop a course, do the following:
- New students: Visit your academic advisor for approval and computer entry of the course adjustment(s). Continuing students: Make your course adjustment online.
- Print out your current course selection and review for accuracy. Make sure there are no conflicts in course number and titles, days, times and/ or class locations.
- Proceed to Building 39, 2nd floor Cashier’s Office to complete the payment process.
Exception: Students seeking entry to a closed class must obtain permission from the department chairperson of the department offering the course. Upon approval, the chairperson will facilitate the registration of class (es).
Independent Study: Students who wish to enroll in independent study courses must have the approval of the academic department. Qualified students are second-year in associate degree programs and junior or senior students in baccalaureate degree programs, who are in good academic standing at the University and who have demonstrated their academic ability by attaining a minimum 2.8 or better cumulative GPA. Graduate students must have completed a minimum of 15 semester hours with a 3.0 cumulative GPA.
Audited courses are charged at the same rate as courses taken for credit and must have the appropriate instructor’s or department chairperson’s approval. The grade type for audited courses is “AU.”
Students who wish to improve their cumulative grade point average (CGPA) by repeating a course for which they have earned a grade may do so by reregistering and paying for the course. Although the lower grade remains a part of the student’s permanent record, only the higher grade is computed into the CGPA.
Students enrolled at the University who intend to take courses at other colleges and universities and earn transfer credits for these courses at the University must submit a Concurrent Enrollment Approval Form and receive approval from the registrar prior to enrolling in the courses (enrollment through the Consortium of Universities is not considered concurrent enrollment).
Students seeking to earn General Education or elective (outside of the major) transfer credit must receive approval from the registrar for concurrent enrollment. Students seeking to earn credit towards required major or elective courses must receive approval from the chair of the department in which their declared major is offered in addition to the registrar. Failure to receive prior electronic or written approval for concurrent enrollment will result in denial of transfer credit consideration. Current UDC students who desire to enroll concurrently in UDC and at another institution and earn transfer credit towards an associate’s, bachelor’s, or master’s degree must meet the following eligibility criteria:
- Have completed a minimum of 15 credit hours (associate’s and bachelor’s) and 9 credit hours for graduate students
- Be in good academic and financial standing
- Have prior approval for earning credits at another institution while enrolled at UDC (concurrent enrollment approval)
The University will only approve transfer credits earned at other colleges/universities through concurrent enrollment that meet the criteria outlined under Transferring Credit to UDC. Students must submit an official transcript from the university in which the credits were earned, to the Office of Admissions, to ensure that the credits earned comply with the transfer credit criteria identified above and are officially applied towards their credits earned toward graduation.
Students may receive credit for specific courses when they successfully complete a departmental examination and are approved by the appropriate chairperson/dean. The following rules apply:
- Students must receive prior permission from the chairperson of the department offering the course.
- After registration begins, and before the midterm grading period in the semester the examination is to be administered, the student must submit the approved Credit by Exam form to the Office of the Registrar (Administration Building 39, A level, Room A-135).
- Students seeking credit by examination must be currently enrolled in a degree program and be in good academic standing. Students may seek credit by examination only for courses in which the student has never enrolled, and the examination may be taken only once per course.
- Students may not be registered for the maximum number of hours for the term in which credit by examination is requested.
A fee of $50.00 per credit hour and any additional tuition must be paid prior to the administration of the examination.
The examination must be administered before the end of the final examination period, listed in the Academic Calendar, for the semester the credit by examination was administered.
Upon successful completion of the examination, the credit must be approved by the department chairperson and the dean.
The grade earned through the credit by examination process must be submitted to the Office of the Registrar by the end of the Final Examination period, listed in the Academic Calendar, for the semester the credit by examination was administered. Credit earned by examination will appear on the students’ transcripts as “CR” and will not be included in computing the GPA.
Withdrawal From a Course
A student may officially withdraw from a class without penalty prior to the date posted in the current academic calendar. When such a withdrawal is processed officially (online or by reporting to the Office of the Registrar to complete the Course Withdrawal Form), a “W” grade will be entered on the student’s academic transcript. If the student stops attending class or fails to withdraw officially, a failing grade may be given. All students applying for or receiving any form of financial aid must report any course withdrawal to the Office of Financial Aid as their current or future eligibility may be affected.
Total Withdrawal Procedures
Students wanting to effect a total withdrawal (withdrawing from all classes for which they are enrolled) from the University up to and including the last day of class (prior to the beginning of the final examination period) must do so by submitting the Total Withdrawal Form to the Office of the Registrar:
Main Campus: Administration Building 39, A level, Room A-135
Community College: 801 North Capitol St. N.E.
Withdrawals do not affect the cumulative GPA but will affect academic suspension/dismissal. All students applying for or receiving any form of financial aid must report any withdrawals to their financial aid officer, as their current and future eligibility may be affected.
DETERMINING THE WITHDRAWAL DATE:The withdrawal date is defined as the date that the Total Withdrawal Form is submitted to the Office of the Registrar.
The University does not assess a total withdrawal fee.
A STUDENT WHO TOTALLY WITHDRAWS FROM THE UNIVERSITY MUST APPLY FOR READMISSION TO THE UNIVERSITY.
Grades are available online only. To access your grades go to my.udc.edu.
Students admitted to the Community College are restricted to Community College courses, and pay Community College fees.*
Students admitted to the Flagship University are restricted to Flagship University courses, and pay Flagship University fees.*
Graduate courses are restricted to graduate level students. Further, regardless of the level of the course taken by graduate level students, graduate fees are assessed.
*Exceptions to the above must be justified, in writing, by the appropriate deans.
Students who expect to complete their academic degree requirements during the current semester should submit an Application for Graduation to the Office of the Registrar on or before the deadline indicated in the academic calendar and pay the required $125 commencement fee in the cashier’s office. However, the submission of an application does not guarantee graduation. Only those students who have met “all” academic requirements and who have satisfied “all” financial obligations will be cleared for graduation. In the event that a student does not complete graduation requirements in the designated term, a new Application for Graduation must be submitted for the term when all requirements have been met; no additional fee is required. Students are strongly encouraged to meet with their academic advisor each semester to ensure that academic requirements are being met for the degree objective pursued and that they are on target to graduate.
You are able to check your financial aid status online via my.udc.edu. You must have your User ID number and PIN (birthday—two-digit month, day and year) in order to access your account.
- Students Who Have Applied for and/or Received Aid
Students who have applied for financial aid but have not received a response for a valid Student Aid Report (SAR) should come to the Financial Aid Office to check their status. Failure to do so will cause your classes to be dropped for nonpayment if you have not made other arrangements with Student Accounts to pay your bill. All students who have received an award letter should review their bill to make sure that the financial aid on the financial statement agrees with the amount on the award letter. After registration, notify your financial aid counselor of any discrepancies. If you have your award letter, you do not need to contact the Financial Aid Office during the registration period.
- Satisfactory Academic Classes
All undergraduate and graduate students who apply for financial aid will have their academic standards evaluated in accordance with the SAP policy, which is viewable and can be printed from the Financial Aid UDC website. Copies of the policy are available in the Financial Aid Office. Students who fail to meet the minimum standards could be in jeopardy of losing their financial aid.
- Policy for Withdrawal and Unofficial Withdrawals
If you totally withdraw from school, the law states that the amount of Federal Student Aid Assistance you have “earned” up to the point of withdrawal must be determined by a specific formula. If you received more assistance than you earned, the excess funds must be returned. An unofficial withdrawal is when you stop attending classes and do not complete the Withdrawal Form in the Registrar’s Office located in Administration Building 39, Room A-135. The amount of assistance you have earned is determined on a pro-rata basis. That is, if you completed 30 percent of the payment period or five weeks of classes, you earned 30 percent of the assistance you were originally scheduled to receive. The unearned portion must be repaid by the student. If you do not repay these funds to the University, you will be barred from the next registration period. Students who complete at least 60 percent of the payment period or 10 weeks of the semester earned the amount of the financial aid award. For additional information on this policy, please call 202.274.5060 or come to the Financial Aid Office in Building 39, Room A 111.
Any student who has unofficially withdrawn* from the University and is a recipient of federal financial aid will be placed in overpayment status for the financial aid received. If a student stops attending class, the student must contact the Registrar’s Office to officially withdraw and notify the Financial Aid Office.
*Student who registers for classes but does not attend
PURPOSE: The purpose of this instructional notice is to state the University’s institutional policies and procedures, as well as the Federal guidelines, pertaining to the refund and return of Title IV funds.
Pursuant to Section 485 of the Higher Education Amendments of 1998 (P.L.105-244)
Section 484B of the HEA of 1965, amended _ Statute enacted October 7, 1998 _ NPRM PUBLISHED August 6, 1999 _ Final Regulations published November 1, 1999
BACKGROUND: The federal guidelines for Title IV funds require that if a student withdraws or is expelled from the University that he may be required to return all or a portion of the federal Title IV funds awarded to him. If a recipient of Title IV aid (Pell grant, Supplemental Educational Opportunity grant, D. C. Leveraging Educational Assistance Partnership Program (formerly SSIG), National Direct Student Loan, Family Educational Loan Subsidized and Unsubsidized) withdraws during a payment period (i.e., a period of enrollment), the University must calculate the amount of Title IV aid the student earned. Unearned Title IV funds must be returned to the Title IV programs.
PROCEDURES: Official Withdrawal Process
Students wanting to effect a total withdrawal (withdrawing from all classes for which they are enrolled) from the University up to and including the last day of class (prior to the beginning of the final examination period) must do so by submitting the Total Withdrawal Form to the Office of the University Registrar (Building 39, Room A-135).
DETERMINING THE WITHDRAWAL DATE: The withdrawal date is defined as the date that the Total Withdrawal Form is submitted to the Office of the Registrar or online. The University does not assess a total withdrawal fee.
A STUDENT WHO TOTALLY WITHDRAWS FROM THE UNIVERSITY MUST APPLY FOR READMISSION TO THE UNIVERSITY.
University’s Responsibility to Return Title IV Funds and Order of Return
RETURN POLICY: After notification by a student of his or her withdrawal from the University, the Office of Financial Aid has:
45 days to return Title IV funds
45 days to notify a student of grant overpayment requirements
45 days to notify a student of eligibility for post withdrawal disbursement
90 days to send post-withdrawal disbursement to a student and/or parent
The University assesses tuition, fees and books as allowable institutional charges in the calculation of the return of Title IV funds.
A student who totally withdraws from the University and receives a refund check may be in an overpayment status.
Order of Return Policy:
The University returns the lesser of unearned Title IV Aid or the University charges for the period times the percentage of Title IV aid that was unearned. The University must return Title IV funds to the programs from which the student received aid in the following order, up to the net amount disbursed from each source:
Unsubsidized Family Educational Loan
Subsidized Family Educational Loan
Federal Pell grant
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity grant
Other assistance under Title IV
Students’ responsibility to return Title IV funds: The student must return funds to the Title IV fund from which they were received. The student must return the net amount disbursed from each funding source. A student is required to repay 50 percent of the grant assistance he or she received.
The student (or parent, if a federal PLUS loan) returns funds to the loan programs in accordance with the terms of the loan and to grant programs as an overpayment. In other words, the student will be repaying any unearned loan funds in the same manner that he or she will be repaying earned loan funds. Grant overpayments are subject to a repayment arrangement satisfactory to the University or overpayment collection procedures prescribed by the secretary of the Department of Education.
NOTE: The student automatically retains eligibility for Title IV assistance for 45 days after the University sends the notification of a grant overpayment and request for repayment arrangements to the student.
Procedures for collection of payment to student: The student will be notified in writing within 30 days of the date of the University’s determination that the student withdrew and a grant overpayment is due.
The following repayment options are available:
- Pay in full within 45 days.
- Establish repayment arrangements with the University
- Establish repayment arrangements with the Department of Education.
If the student defaults in the repayment agreement, the University will report within 30 days to the Department of Education and National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS) that the student is in overpayment status.
Students requesting additional information should contact the Office of Financial Aid, Administration Building 39, Room A – 111, or call 202.274.5060.
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Building 44, Level A-39 (Disability Resource Center Suite), Telephone 202.274.6417, TTY: 202.274.5078
Students with documented disabilities can rely on the Disability Resource Center to explore and facilitate reasonable accommodations, academic adjustments and/or auxiliary aids and services. Students with disabilities at the University have access to tools and resources that will enable them to manage day-to-day life in college.
Administration Building 39, Suite 120, 202.274.6000, www.udc.edu/ccdc
The University Counseling and Student Development Center is dedicated to promoting psychological well-being that enriches personal, career and academic growth. We provide a broad range of high quality, innovative and ethical services, resources and information to students, staff and faculty. The Counseling Center also actively contributes to the campus’ broader academic mission by training and developing students and professionals, helping build a multicultural learning community, and providing leadership through collaborative partnerships. Services for students include outreach programming, grant-funded initiatives, consultations, counseling and referrals, as well as mandated judicial and financial aid screenings. Services for staff and faculty include consultations and referrals.
Intermediate and advanced level courses in English as a Second Language (ESL) are offered currently at the Community College to those students whose primary language is not English. To enroll in a course, a student must first take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). The student’s score determines placement in one of the appropriate course levels. Students who score at least 550 on the written TOEFL, 213 on the computerized TOEFL, or 79 on the Internet-based TOEFL, are not required to take ESL courses; however, they must take the ACCUPLACER (placement test) before registering for courses. For additional information, on the English as a Second Language program, contact:
Community College students—Dr. Pearl Peters at 202.274.6256
For assistance, veterans should report to the Veteran’s Affairs Office:
4200 Connecticut Ave. NW, Building 38, Room A-122
Washington, DC 20008
202.274.6099 (UDC) | email@example.com
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 8:30am – 5pm
801 N. Capitol St. NE, Room 119
Washington, DC 20002
202.274.6760 (CC) | firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday and Tuesday 9am – 4pm
If you are interested in enrolling in a ROTC program, you should contact the appropriate office listed below.
ARMY ROTC Howard University
Douglass Hall (Basement)
2401 6th St. NW
Washington, DC 20059
CONTACT: Enrollment Officer 202.806.6784
AIR FORCE ROTC Howard University
Douglass Hall (Basement)
2401 6th St. NW
Washington, DC 20059
CONTACT: Enrollment Officer 202.806.6784
The University of the District of Columbia is an affiliate of the Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area. Other affiliates are The American University, The Catholic University of America, Corcoran College of Art+Design, Gallaudet University, George Mason University, The George Washington University, Georgetown University, National Defense Intelligence College, Howard University, Marymount University of Virginia, National Defense University, Trinity Washington University and University of Maryland (College Park Campus). Students enrolled at UDC may be eligible to take courses at any of the member institutions. Courses taken through the Consortium must be required for your program of study and not offered in the given semester at the University. Students are limited to six hours per semester (fall and spring only) through the Consortium. However, graduate students who have previously been granted nine transfer credits from non-Consortium schools may enroll and receive resident credit in only one of the Consortium institutions. Students are not eligible to take certification courses through the Consortium. To be eligible for participation in the Consortium, students must:
- be enrolled in a degree-granting program and be registered for the current semester at the University
- have approval from an academic major department and the dean
- be in good academic standing with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 (3.0 GPA for graduate students)
- be in good financial standing at the University of the District of Columbia and
- have completed a specified portion of their academic program—30 semester hours for students in associate degree programs, 60 semester hours for students in bachelor degree programs, and 50 percent of graduate- level academic programs
Registration forms and instructions are available from the University Consortium registration coordinator in the Registrar’s Office. The student must pay University tuition and fees for the current semester before becoming eligible to attend institutions of the Consortium. Official registration in the University of the District of Columbia is a prerequisite for the Consortium registration. Forms may be obtained from the coordinator during registration in Administration Building 39, Room A-135.
Students: All changes to your personal information must be made in writing and in person at the Office of the Registrar, Administration Building, A Level, Room, A-135. If you are requesting a change of address, name, Social Security number or birth date, you must bring an original copy of the following: birth certificate, court order, marriage certificate, Social Security card, passport, certified lease agreement, certified state tax form. Verifying the appropriate information at the time your request is made. Changes to personal information will be made to records of active students only.
Faculty: All changes to your personal information are handled by the academic unit to which you report.
Students: All changes to your personal information must be made in writing and in person at the Office of the Registrar, Administration Building 39, A Level, Room, A-135. If you are requesting a change of address, name, Social Security number or birth date, you must bring an original copy of the following: birth certificate, court order, marriage certificate, Social Security card, passport, certified lease agreement, certified state tax form. Verifying the appropriate information at the time your request is made.
Faculty: All changes to your personal information are handled by the academic unit to which you report.
Reporting crime, suspicious or unusual activity, medical emergencies, fire and environmental safety hazards: We encourage all students, faculty, staff and visitors to report all suspicious or unusual activity that they observe. When you contact campus police, an officer(s) will be dispatched to the location of the incident. Campus police will simultaneously initiate emergency response from other agencies as needed or as required. For direct access to municipal emergency response services (police, fire, ambulance), dial 911 (or 9+911 from a University telephone).
Should you become a victim of a crime, or should you witness a crime, use the following information to immediately contact campus police:
On Campus Extension 5050 | Off Campus: 202.274.5050
Or report in person at the Police Communications Center in Administration Building 39, C-level. Police Communications is staffed at all times, year round.
Annual Security Report at the University
This report includes statistics for the three previous years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus, in certain campus buildings or property owned or controlled by the University of the District of Columbia, and on public property within or immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campus. This report also includes institutional policies including campus safety and security such as: statements about campus law enforcement policies; campus security education and prevention programs; and procedures for handling and reporting crime, sexual assault and other matters. To view the institution’s annual report (Campus Safety and Security Brochure) online, visithttps://www.udc.edu/public_safety/office_of_public_safety_emergency_management. Copies of the Campus Safety and Security Brochure can be obtained from any of the following offices:
Campus Police Communications (Administration Bldg. 39, C-level); Vice President for Public Safety & Emergency Management (Administration Bldg. 39, Room 301K); and Human Resources (Building 38, Room 301).
For matters involving environmental safety and management, such as chemical spills, waste management and other compliance and regulatory standards related to environmental safety, you should call 202.274.7178 (during University business hours). Outside of University business hours, and in emergency situations, contact campus police at 202.274.5050.
In order to use University parking facilities (including handicap parking), all students, and faculty and staff members must register their vehicle(s) with the Cashier’s office and purchase the appropriate parking permit. Students, faculty and staff who choose not to purchase a seasonal parking permit must pay the $3.50/day rate and must present a valid (student, faculty or staff) ID. A valid parking permit (or daily pass) is required at all times. Parking permits may be purchased at the Cashier’s office, located in the Administration Bldg. 39, 2nd fl. The Cashier’s office is open for business Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM–5 PM. Proof of course registration (class schedule) must be presented to the Cashier’s office in order to purchase a parking permit; therefore, students must complete the registration process prior to obtaining a parking permit (not applicable to University employees). All other visitors please go to website for rates.https://www.udc.edu/parking/parking_rates
Van Ness Campus, Building 41, | 202.274.6370
Mon.–Fri: 8:00 AM–11:00 PM
Sat.: 8:00 AM–6:30 PM
UDCCC 801 North Capitol St. | 202.274.6717
Mon.–Fri: 8:00 AM–9:00 PM
Sat.: 8:00 AM–12noon | 12:30PM – 4:30 PM
When classes are not in session hours for both campuses are:
Monday – Friday: 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
The University of the District of Columbia Drug & Alcohol Abuse Policy The unlawful possession, use, or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol by students on University property or as part of any University activity is prohibited.
Federal and District of Columbia laws prohibit the unlawful use, manufacture, possession, control, sale and dispensation of any illegal narcotic, dangerous drug, or alcohol.
The health risks associated with the use of illicit drugs and the abuse of alcohol include physical and mental impairment, emotional and psychological deterioration, fine and gross motor degeneration, and death.
Students who unlawfully possess, use, or distribute illicit drugs or alcohol shall be sanctioned. Sanctions may include referral for criminal prosecution, expulsion, suspension, reprimand, or requiring the student to complete an appropriate rehabilitation program.
The University of the District of Columbia provides confidential counseling and referral services to students with problems related to drug use and alcohol abuse. The University also provides information about substance abuse and treatment programs available to University students.
Students who desire information regarding substance abuse or treatment programs should contact the University Health Services at 202.274.5030.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law that protects the privacy of student education records. Education records are directly related to the student and are maintained by the University. Student educational records are confidential and will only be shared by University officials with other University faculty or staff or with lending agencies that have a legitimate interest to know certain information. FERPA prevents the release of information about a student, other than directory information, without the student’s consent.
Under FERPA, students are given certain rights regarding education records:
- The right to inspect and review education records pertaining to the student kept by the University
- The right to request the amendment of education records the student believes to be inaccurate, misleading or otherwise in violation of his or her privacy rights
- The right to limit disclosure of education records
- The right to file with the US Department of Education a complaint concerning alleged failures by the institution to comply with the requirements of FERPA and the regulations. The complaint should be in writing and contain specific allegations of fact. The complaint should be sent to:Family Policy Compliance Office
US Department of Education
400 Maryland Ave. SW
Washington, DC 20202-5920
The following documents are located in the University’s Office of the Registrar:
- Information regarding the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, as amended
- Student Request Form to Review Education Records
- Student Request Form to Amend or Remove Education Records
- Student Request Form to Limit Disclosure of Directory Information
- Student Consent Form for Access to Education Records
- Third-party Request for Student Information
Directory of Information
Directory information is information contained in an education record of a student that generally would not be considered harmful or an invasion of privacy if disclosed. It includes, but is not limited to: the student’s name; student’s address; telephone listing; electronic mail address; photograph; date and place of birth; major field of study; dates of attendance; classification; enrollment status (undergraduate or graduate, full-time or part-time); participation in officially recognized activities and sports; weight and height of members of athletic teams; degrees, honors, and/or awards received; and previous education agency or institution attended.
Information that can never be identified as directory information are a student’s Social Security number (SNN); student identification number (SID); race and ethnicity; gender; religious preference; country of citizenship; grades and grade point average; class schedule; disciplinary actions; and biometric record (for example, fingerprints).
Disclosure without Consent
Please note that the University may be permitted or required to release educational records without a student’s consent under the following conditions: school officials with legitimate educational interest; other schools to which a student is transferring; specified officials for audit or evaluation purposes; appropriate parties in connection with financial aid to a student; to local officials or authorities pursuant to specific law regarding the juvenile justice system; organization conducting certain studies for or on behalf of the school; accrediting organizations; to comply with a judicial order or lawfully issued subpoena; appropriate officials in cases of health and safety emergencies; to a victim of an alleged perpetrator of a crime of violence or a non-forcible sex offense; to a parent if the student has violated any law, rule or policy governing the use or possession of alcohol or a controlled substance; or the disclosure concerns sex offenders required to register under federal law. (34 CFR § 99.31)
Disclosure to School Officials with Legitimate Educational Interests
The University discloses education records without a student’s prior written consent under the FERPA exception for disclosure to school officials with legitimate educational interests. A school official is a person employed by the University in an administrative, supervisory, academic or research, or support staff position (including University law enforcement personnel and University health staff); a person or company with whom the University has contracted as its agent to provide a service instead of or in addition to using University employees or officials (such as an attorney, auditor, or collection agent); a person serving on the board of trustees; or a student serving on an official committee, such as a disciplinary or grievance committee, or assisting another school official in performing his or her tasks.
A school official has a legitimate educational interest if the official needs to review an education record in order to fulfill his or her professional responsibilities for the University.
Special Bookstore Hours – Registration Week
Monday – Thursday: 9AM – 7PM
Friday: 9AM – 5PM
Saturday: 11AM – 4PM
The University bookstore is located in Building 38, A level. For more information, call 202.274.5110.
December 10-16, 2016
Final examinations will be given based on the time(s) and day(s) your courses meet during the semester. For example if your course meets at 8:00 a.m. on Mondays & Wednesdays, your final examination will be held on Monday, December 12, 2016 from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
Final exams for Friday/Saturday classes will be held on Friday, December 16, 2016 during regular class hours.
Final exams for Saturday Classes will be held on Saturday, December 10, 2016 during regular class hours.
Below you will find the final examination schedule for all students enrolled for the Fall Semester of the Academic Year 2016-17
|Class Meetings||Examination Times||Day||Year|
|08:00 am – MW||08:00-10:00 am||Mon.||12/12/16|
|09:30 am – MW||09:30 -11:30 am||Wed||12/14/16|
|11:00 am –MW||11:00 – 01:00 pm||Mon.||12/12/16|
|12:30 pm –MW||12:30-02:30 pm||Wed.||12/14/16|
|02:00 pm –MW||02:00-04:00 pm||Mon.||12/12/16|
|04:00 pm –MW||03:30 -05:30 pm||Wed.||12/14/16|
|05:30 pm –MW||05:30-07:30 pm||Mon.||12/12/16|
|07:00 pm -MW||07:00 -09:00 pm||Wed.||12/14/16|
|08:30 pm – MW||08:00 -10:00 pm||Mon.||12/12/16|
|08:00 am – TR||08:00-10:00 am||Tues.||12/13/16|
|09:30 am – TR||09:30 -11:30 am||Thurs.||12/15/16|
|11:00 am –TR||11:00 – 01:00 pm||Tues.||12/13/16|
|12:30 pm –TR||12:30-02:30 pm||Thurs.||12/15/16|
|02:00 pm – TR||02:00-04:00 pm||Tues.||12/13/16|
|04:00 pm –TR||03:30 -05:30 pm||Thurs.||12/15/16|
|05:30 pm –TR||05:30-07:30 pm||Tues.||12/13/16|
|07:00 pm –TR||07:00 -09:00 pm||Thurs.||12/15/16|
|08:30 pm – TR||08:00 -10:00 pm||Tues.||12/13/16|
ATTENTION: For classes not covered by this schedule, final exams must be scheduled after December 10, 2016.
The University will make every effort to offer all courses and sections shown on the website. However, the University reserves the right to cancel or make changes to courses for insufficient enrollment or as other compelling circumstances warrant.
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