UDC leases space near Union Station
The University of the District of Columbia has "agreed to a lease" on a campus near Union Station to house some of its community college operations, according to the Washington Business Journal.
UDC sees the space as a potential second campus for its new community college.
President Allen Sessoms has overseen the division of the institution into a community college and a separate four-year university, with higher tuition and entry requirements. He has told The Post he is working on a new student center and satellite facilities along Metro's Red and Orange lines. A 10-year plan calls for enrollment to grow from 5,500 to 45,000, a whopping figure, which he says UDC can attain through a combination of adding students and raising the graduation rate.
The journal says the space at 801 North Capitol Street will be ready in time for the fall semester.
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Daniel de Vise
March 12, 2010; 12:49 PM ET
Categories: Administration , Community Colleges , Facilities , Finance | Tags: Allen Sessoms, UDC, community colleges
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