This school remains culturally diverse and academically challenging.
The University of the District of Columbia is a land grant and the only public institution of higher education in Washington DC.
The University of the District of Columbia is the only University that holds the name of the nations capital, the professors are excellent at educating their students, the campus is always neat and clean, there is always activities taking place, it is very diverse, and most of the students that I have encountered while being at UDC were friendly, helpful and supportive of me, and last but not least, we have the top English, Math, Science, and Nursing departments.
UDC is a nice college that supplies everything that is neccesary in order to get a college degree and become professional.
UDC is a flagship school that is a community college
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