The University of the District of Columbia is a large campus that includes several colleges, including one focusing on architecture and design. Students can also choose to major in health sciences or information technology. The university has had a partnership since 2017 with George Washington University Hospital, which allows its students to study at both campuses and take advantage of research opportunities at GWUH as well as internships with local hospitals and medical facilities in D.C..
The University of the District of Columbia (UDC) is located in Washington, D. C., and offers over 100 undergraduate degrees and 29 graduate programs. Students can choose from a wide variety of majors, including liberal arts and sciences, business, education, engineering technology, criminal justice and more.
If you want to live on campus, you'll need to find an apartment near UDC; most students live off-campus instead (and there are plenty of options). If you're looking for someplace closer than the suburbs but still want something affordable and safe, consider renting an apartment in Anacostia ("The 'Sta") or Deanwood—both neighborhoods are only about 4 miles from campus but offer more affordable rents than nearby Foggy Bottom or Mount Vernon Square/Mt Pleasant Village/DuPont Circle.
UDC also offers plenty of student services to keep you busy, including a career center, fitness center, learning resource center, tutoring center and library. The university is part of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA), which allows students to ride Metrorail and Metrobus for free.