DCC's Associate Director Has Been Awarded
a Prestigious University Teaching Award!
Soon Chung Park, Hyun Jung Grant, Suncha Kim, Yong Yue, Daoyou Feng, Xiaojie Tan, Delaina Ashley Yaun, Paul Andre Michels
"As a community, it is our job to lift each other up in times of injustice and to stand up against such injustices. We seek to build a better world, and that starts within our community and the ways we support each other."
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All first-year students admitted to the Honors College have the opportunity to join our Living-Learning program
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Makers & Thinkers Transforming Society
For DCC, making is a mode of thinking that allows us to imagine ways design can transform society
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Courses that Bridge Disciplines
DCC's small seminar courses introduce you to faculty, research, and ideas from across campus
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Capstone Projects that Make a Difference
Pursue innovative, creative work that's uniquely yours, from start to finish
LEARN ABOUT THE CAPSTONE EXPERIENCE
Enjoy the benefits of a small-college experience on a large research campus
Enroll in small seminars and develop close relationships with faculty as you explore how design shapes and transforms our worlds
Position yourself competitively for amazing internships—whether in the Maryland, Washington, D.C., and Virginia metropolitan area or across the country
Stay connected long-term via our alumni network, with ongoing opportunities to lead workshops, Design Camps, and community events
What Makes DCC Unique?
DCC is one of the most interdisciplinary programs in the country. We bring together students from 46 different majors on campus from a wide range of backgrounds. DCC fosters an open, collaborative, and social environment that encourages students to explore relationships between design, society, and creative practices.
We are passionate about emerging technologies and their impact on the world, and even more importantly, how our designs can change the world. DCC students are innovative thinkers and makers who engage in research and collaborative projects on topics as varied as identity, connectivity, social justice, art, design, and all things creative in an era when digital media links us on a scale unprecedented in human history.