In 1965, Sen. Wayne Morse (D-Or) introduced legislation in the US Senate to authorize the establishment of a public four-year and master’s degree level college; Rep. Ancher Nelsen (R-MN) introduced a similar bill in the US House. After a...
Harland Randolph (1929-2007) was the second president of Federal City College, He served from 1969 through 1972. He received his BA from Ohio State University in 1955 and his Ph.D from Ohio State University in Research Conditions and Social...
The DC Board of Higher Education appointed Dr. Frank Farner as the first President of Federal City College. Dr. Farner had been recruited by Sen. Morse. Dr. Farner served from September 1968 through 1969. After leaving FCC, he went on to become...
Elgy Johnson served as acting president of Federal City College, He served from 1972 through 1974. Upon the appointment of Dr. Russell as President, Dr. Johnson resumed his position as Chairman of the Mathematics Department. He received his BS from...
Antioch School of Law; District of Columbia School of Law; District of Columbia Teachers College; Federal City College; Miner Normal School; Miner Teachers College; University of the District of Columbia; Washington Normal School; Washington...
The UDC Digital Archives Collection contains images documenting the history of UDC and its predecessor institutions from 1851 to the Present. Therefore, in addition to the University of the District of Columbia (founded in 1976), institutions...
College presidents – Washington (D.C.) -- Washington Technical Institute;
Johnson, Lyndon, 1908-1973;
Morse, Wayne, 1900-1974;
Washington Technical Institute;
Washington Technical Institute -- Presidents.
Cleveland Dennard with President Lyndon Johnson, Sen. Wayne Morse (D-OR), and DC Mayor Walter Washington, at the signing of legislation establishing Washington Technical Institute and Federal City College [Public Law 89-791]. Title II of the...
Federal City College
School lands – District of Columbia – Federal City College
President Lyndon Johnson signing legislation granting land grant status to Federal City College and Washington Technical institute. Standing are FCC officials such as FCC President Frank Farner, FCC head of the Cooperative Education Program, Max...
Federal City College;
Johnson, Lyndon, 1908-1973.
Legislation – District of Columbia – Federal City College;
Morse, Wayne, 1900-1974;
School lands – District of Columbia – Federal City College;
President Lyndon Johnson signed legislation officially designated Federal City College land grant status on June 20, 1968. FCC became the first urban land grant college, and the first new land grant institution in the United States in 50 years