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In line with DC Health Guidance, the School has made the difficult and important decision to temporarily close and modify our spring break and schedule due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic: We will hold class on Monday, March 16, our spring break will begin on March 17 and end on March 23, and from from March 24 to March 31, we will begin distance learning activities.

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At Carlos Rosario, we appreciate the busy schedules of adult students. We offer a variety of class schedules to ensure you are able to meet your work and family responsibilities while pursuing your educational goals.

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Spring semester registration occurs in January and classes generally begin in February.

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Student Perspective

Francisco grew up in the small city of Zaragoza outside of San Salvador, El Salvador. He graduated high school, married, and was working at a soda company making deliveries when he decided he wanted more from life. He and his wife decided to join extended family in Washington, D.C. in search of a better life…. Read more »

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Quick Facts

  • 43

    Different languages spoken by students

  • $116,000+

    in college scholarship funds raised and awarded in 2019

  • 85

    Different countries of origin represented by our student population