Founded in 1976, UDC is a public university in the nation’s capital Washington, D.C. It is popular for its historical commitment to the education of African Americans and for being the most affordable college in the capital.
|UG Application Portal||Official website|
|Annual Endowment||USD 51.3 million|
|Student Retention Rate||51%|
|Mode of Programs||Full time; Part-time; Online|
|Campus Housing Capacity||--|
|Annual Cost of Attendance||USD 19,696 (out-of-state residents)|
|Admission Helpdesk||202-274-6155 | UDCadmissions@udc.edu|
Programs, Campus & Residence
- UDC comprises of 5 schools and colleges, one of which is a Community College. The university offers more than 81 degree programs at undergraduate and graduate level.
- Legal Studies, Business, Liberal Arts & Humanities and Education are some of the most popular study areas at UDC.
- The university does not provide campus housing in residence halls. However, 2 apartment communities situated at walking distance from the campus houses students of the university.
UDC Admission Process
- Transcripts, LOR, SOP
- Test Scores - SAT/ACT (not required for international students)/GMAT/GRE
- English Proficiency Test Scores
- Application Fee –USD 50
- Intake Season(international undergraduates) – April 15 (fall), September 15 (spring), March 15 (summer)
- Additional Requirements – Immigration Documents
Candidates seeking admission to undergraduate, graduate or associate degrees at UDC may apply online via the university website.
Cost of Attendance & Financial Aids
- In addition to federal need-based grants determined by FAFSA, UDC offers scholarships and work-study as other forms of financial aid to its students.
- Students who do not qualify for Federal Work-Study (international students) may apply for campus employment offered by the institute.
UDC Cost of Attendance
|Expense||Cost in USD|
|Books and Supplies||1,100|
The table above shows estimated cost of attendance for students pursuing traditional undergraduate programs at UDC and availing housing provided by the institution.