As we begin a new academic year, my first as Dean of the UDC David A. Clarke School of Law (UDC Law), I am excited to welcome new and returning students. This academic year brings new opportunities to learn, grow, and become connected with your purpose as a member of the next generation of legal advocates.
We are honored to be a part of your academic journey and of the realization of your dreams. We are looking forward to seeing you at your best in every learning endeavor at UDC.
We begin the new academic year by welcoming you to campus, as we embark upon a glorious era for the UDC School of Business and Public Administration (SBPA): I am proud to announce that the SBPA has earned the AACSB accreditation!
A Message From the Dean of the College of Agriculture, Urban Sustainability and Environmental Sciences
We are thrilled to welcome you to the College of Agriculture, Urban Sustainability and Environmental Sciences (CAUSES) at the University of the District of Columbia (UDC). Congratulations on choosing to pursue your education with us!
I am looking forward to seeing you this fall and supporting your journeys toward new possibilities.
The start of the fall semester is a busy time for new and returning students. Faculty and staﬀ in the College are available to help you finalize registration,
On behalf of the University of the District of Columbia Board of Trustees, I welcome all new and returning students to the 2023-24 academic year.
“This is an honor and privilege to represent UDC as First Lady; it is something I hold very dear and do not take lightly,” Edington said. “I’m excited about being a part of this wonderful institution. I look forward to working alongside Maurice and helping him fulfill his vision for the University.”
“I plan to have a strong presence in their lives, on and off campus. I am excited to see and hear from the students about what they want and need from us to support them as they matriculate through the University,” Edington said.
It is an honor to lead UDC into its next growth phase. At my previous institution, I helped boost the reputation and status of the university in myriad ways: improving its national rankings as a public university and an HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities),