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1344 S Street Northwest, Washington D.C., DC 20009, USA

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1344 S Street Northwest, Washington D.C., DC 20009, USA, DC 20009

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Mount Vernon Square - 304 M
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304 M Street Northwest, Washington DC, DC, 20001

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304 M Street Northwest, Washington DC, DC, 20001, 20001

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1727 New Jersey Avenue Northwest, Washington DC, DC, 20001

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1727 New Jersey Avenue Northwest, Washington DC, DC, 20001, 20001

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Washington DC - 1315 Clifton Street
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1315 Clifton Street NW Washington, DC 20009

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1315 Clifton Street NW Washington, DC 20009, 20009

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1234 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20005

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1234 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20005, 20005

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601 24th Street, NW, Washington DC, 20037, 20037

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1845 Burke Street, Washington DC, DC, 20003

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2905 North Grand Avenue Pullman, WA 99163

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2905 North Grand Avenue Pullman, WA 99163, 99163

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Casita offers a wide variety of off-campus Howard University accommodation. Casita also provides multiple Washington D.C. student halls that are near the university. There is a wide range of en-suite rooms, studios, and single, twin, and double rooms offered by Casita for students to choose from according to their needs and budgets. These accommodation options come with an array of amenities and features, including all-inclusive utility bills, high-speed Wi-Fi, 24/7 security, and laundry facilities. 

Why Study at Howard University?

Howard University is a private research university that was founded in 1867. Howard is a pioneer in STEM fields. The National Science Foundation has ranked this university as the top producer of African-American undergraduates who later earn science and engineering doctoral degrees. Additionally, Howard boasts nationally-ranked social work, business, and communications programs. The university’s alumni include one Schwarzman Scholar, three Marshall Scholars, four Rhodes Scholars, 12 Truman Scholars, 25 Pickering Fellows, and more than 165 Fulbright recipients.

Howard University School of Law has served as an advocate for social justice and a legislator of social change for over 150 years. More than 4,000 social engineers, including the first African-American Supreme Court Justice, noted legislators, civil rights attorneys, mayors, and public officials across the United States have graduated from Howard. It is the number one law school for African Americans, ranked by the preLaw magazine. 

Howard University is fully accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. Howard has awarded more than 120,000 degrees and certificates in the arts, the sciences, and the humanities since its founding back in the 1800s. Howard’s community is made up of more than 12,000 undergraduate, graduate, and professional students representing 53 states and territories, and 53 nations.

Departments and Divisions

Howard University comprises 14 schools and colleges where students pursue 143 programs of study leading to undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees. Here are the schools and colleges at Howard University!

  • Arts and Sciences

  • Business

  • Communications 

  • Dentistry 

  • Divinity 

  • Education 

  • Engineering and Architecture

  • Fine Arts

  • Graduate School 

  • Law

  • Medicine

  • Nursing and Allied Health Sciences

  • Pharmacy 

  • Social Work 

Here are some of the fields of study in which you can get an undergraduate degree, a graduate degree, or a PhD. 

  • Media Journalism, Film, and Communications

  • Mathematics 

  • Management 

  • Interdisciplinary Studies 

  • Health Education

  • Finance 

  • English

  • Computer Engineering

  • Marketing 

  • Chemistry

  • Theatre Arts

  • Music

  • Nursing

  • Philosophy

Facilities and Resources

Several facilities and resources are provided by the university to help facilitate your study at their campus. These facilities include everything from dining and libraries to athletics, recreation, and guidance. Howard’s facilities aim to help students flourish academically, socially, and professionally. Here are some of the resources you could make use of at Howard University. 

Libraries

Howard University has a wide variety of libraries where you can spend your time catching up on studies or doing extensive research. These libraries are properly equipped with the books and materials you need to lead a successful academic career at Howard. Some of the university’s libraries include the following:

  • Founders Library

  • School of Business Library

  • School of Divinity Collection at HU Law Library

  • School of Social Work Library

  • Undergraduate Library

  • Louis Stokes Health Sciences Library

  • School of Law Library

Student Government

Known as the Howard University Student Association (HUSA), the student government at Howard was established back in 1961 to act as the eyes, ears, and voice of the Student Body. HUSA's purpose is to provide input into the University's decision-making process, to act as a spokesperson for the students, and to maintain communications concerning students' interests and concerns in all of the university's schools and colleges. Each one of Howard University’s schools and colleges has its own student council to address the students’ concerns and needs. 

Sororities and Fraternities

At Howard, Greek-Letter organisations can be found in abundance. These fraternities and sororities allow students to be part of a bigger community and act as a positive way to feel included, form life-long friendships, build a dynamic network, and engage in leadership experiences. These organisations also help students flourish academically and socially. 

Clubs and Organisations

The Office of Campus Life at Howard acts as an advocate for students and student organisations and provides enhanced national and local community service, personal leadership development, and academic achievement by giving all students the opportunity to get involved in co-curricular activities. Some organisations at Howard University include the following: 

  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers

  • American Institute of Chemical Engineers

  • American Pharmacist Association Academy of Student Pharmacists

  • American Society of Consultant Pharmacists

  • American Society of Health-Systems Pharmacists

Wellness

Your health comes first at Howard University. This institution has several centres to monitor your health, both physical and mental, and provide support and guidance when needed. A Student Health Centre is available to offer help to students in all matters regarding physical health and well-being. A Counselling Centre can also be found at Howard to offer mental health services, guidance, and support. Some Self-Help Resources are also available for students to use independently.

Athletics

Howard is home to the Bisons who are leading the university through multiple victories across several sports. The university has properly equipped facilities and sport venues and arenas to help its students practice and stay in shape. Several sports for both men and women are played at Howard University, they include the following: 

  • Basketball

  • Cross Country 

  • Golf

  • Soccer

  • Football

  • Bowling 

  • Lacrosse

  • Softball

  • Swimming and Diving

  • Tennis

  • Track and Field 

Howard University Accommodation

Living in a Howard University accommodation gives you access to the full university experience. Staying in one of their Washington D.C. halls puts you in close proximity to all the academic buildings and allows you to make use of all the on-campus facilities and resources. Howard University has eight residence halls on campus. Each residence hall has 24/7 controlled entry and front desk service, laundry facilities, and other amenities.

Nearby Universities

Several universities, colleges, and institutions are located in the area surrounding Howard University. These Washington D.C. institutions include The Catholic University of America, Gallaudet University, Georgetown University, George Washington University, the American University, and Strayer University, Washington.