Far-reaching changes at University of District of Columbia

Aug. 4, 2009
School will have 2 distinct programs--a 2-year community college and a 4-year university

From The Washington Post: The University of the District of Columbia reopens later this month amid the most far-reaching changes in its 32-year history. The institution will operate as two entities, both effectively new to Washington, D.C.: a two-year community college, open to all, and a four-year "flagship" university with selective admissions and tuition comparable to state universities in Virginia and Maryland. The schools will have separate faculties and student bodies.

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