Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund
This plan has been reviewed by the State Council of Higher Education and has been found to be compliant in containing the required components of the ‘Higher Education Reopening Guidance,’ which was developed in consultation with the Virginia Department of Health. per instructions in the letter from SCHEV.
The University of the Potomac is monitoring the outbreak of coronavirus/COVID-19, following guidelines from the CDC and the Virginia Department of Health, and sending regular updates via email. The health and safety of the UOTP community are a top priority.
- Heerf Quarterly Report 09-30-2022 Revised
- Heerf Quarterly Report 06-30-2022 Revised
- Heerf Quarterly Report 12-31-2021 Revised
- Heerf Quarterly Report 09-30-2021 Revised
- Heerf Quarterly Report 06-30-2021 Revised
- Heerf Quarterly Report 03-31-2021 Revised
- Heerf Quarterly Report 12-31-2020 Revised
- HEERF Quartley Report 12-31-2022
- HEERF Quarterly Report 09/30/2022
- HEERF Quarterly Report 06/30/2022
- HEERF Quarterly Report 03/31/2022
- HEERF Quarterly Report 12/31/2021
- HEERF Quarterly Report 09/30/2021
- HEERF Quarterly Report 06/30/2021
- HEERF Quarterly Report 03/31/2021
- HEERF Quarterly Report 12/31/2020
- HEERF Quarterly Report 09/30/2020
COVID-19 vaccine continues a broad roll-out across the country and is now available to all people aged 16 and older. More information on vaccination locations and the registration process can be found by clicking the links below:
- Important Information regarding online learning term
- From the Department of Education
- Coronavirus Letter to University of the Potomac Community
The Federal Government has cautioned against and is discouraging any travel of U.S. citizens abroad. For more information on a country by country updates, and the worldwide status, visit: Travel State Gov
The DC mayor, Virginia, and Illinois governors are closely monitoring the dynamic effects of COVID-19 and providing constant updates as the situation evolves.
University of the Potomac is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, 3624 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104 (267-284-5000).
The main campus of University of the Potomac is located at 1401 H Street, N.W., Suite 100, Washington, D.C. and is licensed to operate in the District of Columbia by the Education Licensure Commission of the DC Office by the Higher Education License Commission.
University of the Potomac’s Virginia campus, located at 7799 Leesburg Pike., Suite 200 Falls Church, VA 22043 is certified by the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia, James Monroe Building, 101 North 14th Street, Richmond, VA 23219 (804-255-2600) to operate in Virginia.