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UNIVERSITY OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Spring ’09 of Schedule Classes
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2 UNIVERSITY OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Dear Students, I want to extend my appreciation for your decision in selecting the University of the District of Columbia for your academic experience. We, the faculty, administrators, staff and student leadership, consider this institution as the quintessential urban-land-grant university. We have attracted students and faculty from over 104 countries to engage with each other and with the cultural, global, scientific, political and business enterprises that make Washington, DC one of the most exciting cities in the world. As President, I am committed to excellence, academically and professionally, to ensure that the University of the District of Columbia meets the highest standards in course offerings, facilities and services. The University values learning as a means of attaining personal empowerment and personal growth through improved critical self-awareness and personal creativity. Education is a lifelong process of critical inquiry; the University commits resources to continuing education programs for our larger community. We have opened a new state-of-the- art Disability Resource Center that will ensure that all students with disabilities have equal opportunities to participate in, contribute to, and benefit from all University programs. The Center will directly support students with disabilities in achieving their goals, as well as strengthening a climate of campus diversity and engagement. The opportunities for engagement and leadership inside and outside the classroom—the possibilities for making a difference—are compelling and I hope you will take some time to become involved. For many of you, this will be a momentous occasion as you and your family prepare for graduation and your life afterwards. We acknowledge and salute the hard work you have done. So enjoy the University of the District of Columbia, America’s urban-land-grant University. It is cosmopolitan; it is demanding but caring; it is remarkably diverse in its membership, its interests, and its opportunities for personal and intellectual growth; it is rooted in a tradition of service and inspired by its commitment to excellence. Allen L. Sessoms President Academic Calendar . .................................................. 6 Academic Degree Offerings . ...................................... 3 Bookstore Hours . ..................................................... 23 Campus Map. ........................................................... 23 Department Chairpersons . ......................................... 3 Disability Resource Center . ....................................... 8 Frequently Requested Telephone Numbers . .............. 2 Locations of Colleges & Departments . ...................... 3 Registration Process. .............................................. 4-6 Residency Requirements . .......................................... 6 Schedule of Classes Spring . ........................................................... 11-22 Trial Schedule Form . ................................................ 23 Tuition & Fees Schedule . ........................................... 7 Academic Affairs 202-274-5072 Admissions - Undergrad. 202-274-6110 Admissions - Graduate 202-274-6110 Admissions - Law School 202-274-7341 Alumni Affairs 202-274-5117 Athletics 202-274-5024 Bookstore 202-274-5110 Cable Television 202-274-5300 Campus Police 202-274-5050 Career Services 202-274-6413 Cashier 202-274-5112 Child Development Ctr. 202-274-5213 Comm Dev & Outreach 202-274-6098 Computer Center 202-274-5500 Continuing Education 202-274-7100 Cooperative Extension 202-274-6900 Counseling Services 202-274-6000 Financial Aid 202-274-5060
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This note was uploaded on 03/25/2010 for the course SCIENCE 4151515 taught by Professor Dr.walton during the Spring '10 term at American Academy of Art.

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Spring09forUDC - Schedule of Classes Spring 09 UNIVERSITY...

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