Your GPS for UDC-CC
Are you a Community College student? Do you need help determining which classes to take or getting questions answered? If so, the Student Success Center is here to help! The Student Success Team staff is here to assist you so that you have a positive experience at the University of the District of Columbia Community College.
Location & Hours
Student Success Center
University of the District of Columbia Community College
801 N. Capitol St NE
While Classes Are In Session, the Student Success Center is open from 8:30AM to 7PM, Monday through Thursday and until 6PM on Fridays. Additional, advisors are available on Saturdays from 9AM to 1PM.
When Classes Are Not In Session, the Student Success Center is open from 8:30AM to 5PM Monday through Friday only.
Advisors Appointments and Walk Ins
Current students can make appointments with advisors using their GradesFirst accounts (udccc.gradesfirst.com). If you do not have a GradesFirst account or cannot access yours, please email email@example.com with your student ID number.
Current students are also welcome to walk in and be placed on our waitlist to see an advisor.
Prospective students are encouraged to visit to UDC website (www.udc.edu) or contact the Office of Recruitment and Admissions (www.udc.edu/admit or 202.274.6110) before seeing an advisor.
All students are welcome to contact the Student Success Center by phone (202.274.6988) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) at any time.
Contact the Student Success Team: Who is My Advisor?
The Student Success Team is here to help make your Community College experience a success. You can reach members of the team on the Contact Information page.
New Student Orientation Sessions
Once you've been accepted, you must attend a New Student Orientation session before you register for classes. Refer to the Orientation page for more information and to register for an orientation session.
Please note that we do not have an orientation prior to summer classes . Students beginning in the summer should attend an orientation over the summer before fall classes begin.
Tutoring services are available in an array of subjects through the Academic Center for Excellent Students (ACES)