University of the Potomac-VA Campus

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About

History

University of the Potomac was originally established in 1989 as Potomac Educational Foundation to operate an educational institution of higher learning. In 1991, it became Potomac College, a two-year, upper division degree-completion institution in Rockville, Maryland serving working adults who were currently employed and were seeking to complete their college degrees.

Education

At UOTP, you can confidently pursue your degree knowing our diverse and experienced team of faculty are dedicated to your success. Our faculty members are professionals in their field who collaborate with you and help you along your educational journey.

Student Life

Campus life

Catering to women ages 18 to 34, this residence hall offers single rooms with shared laundry facilities, bathrooms, library, living room and garden. This hall is located in the Capital Hill area, which is only around three miles from our campus. Breakfast and dinner Monday through Saturday are included in the rental fee, in addition to brunch on Sunday.

Student clubs

  • Ag and Forestry
  • Baptist Community Ministries (BCM)
  • Black Student Aliance
  • Campus and Community Involvement
  • Campus Crusade for Christ Club
  • Catamounts Against Cancer Club
  • Catamount Gamers
  • Chemistry Club
  • Circle K
  • Collegiate 4-H
  • Collegiate Chapter of the National Turkey Federation
  • Collegiate DECA

Accreditation

University of the Potomac is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, 3624 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104, (267) 284-5000. The Middle States Commission on Higher Education is an institutional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.

Idylwood, Virginia, United States

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