I Found My Niche at University of the District of Columbia
Student Name: Taylor Roberts
School: University of the District of Columbia
Major: Administration of Justice
Hello! My name is Taylor Roberts, a Junior majoring in Administration of Justice with a Concentration in Homeland Security at the University of the District of Columbia. After graduating within the next year, I plan to be a Computer Forensic Analyst for the FBI. I have the great opportunity to be a part of The National Society of Collegiate Scholars Chapter at UDC and The National Society of Leadership and Success Chapter at UDC. I am also a Lady Firebird Cheerleader.
While being a student at UDC, I have developed a lot of skills such as interpersonal skills, computer literacy, critical thinking and written/ oral communication skills that will help me further my education and to become a better person off campus. The campus is very interactive with the students when it comes to homecoming, basketball games and other activities outside of sports. Even though my school is a smaller HBCU, the firebird pride is big and strong!
The Academic Department of UDC is also great, the professors and advisers are very helpful to push you towards your end goals and even long term goals after graduating. They mold each student to be leaders for their community and help all students understand and grow in each skill. UDC is really one of many HBCU’s that want to see their students progress inside and outside of the classroom.
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