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Woodbury University

About

Woodbury offers a unique experience that is personal, communal and practice-based. Every major requires an internship, giving students work experience and a competitive advantage after graduation. We’re also located in one of the most exciting and vibrant communities in the world–in the heart of Southern California’s creative economy.

Admission

Deadlines
Woodbury has a rolling admission policy and prospective students may apply at any time.

However, for the best consideration for admissions and merit-based scholarships, please keep the priority deadlines below in mind:

Spring: November 1
Fall: March 1

 

Domestic Freshman GPA Requirements
(Domestic/U.S. University)

A prospective freshman student is a current high school senior who has not graduated from high school at the time of their application. A high school equivalency certificate, or GED, may be considered on an individual basis.

GPA minimum requirements (unweighted)

2.75+ Regular Admission
2.50 – 2.74 Transition Track
2.25 – 2.49 Bridge Program

 

Transfer GPA Requirements
(Domestic/U.S. University)

Transfer applicants are high school graduates who have completed a minimum of 24 transferable units at the time of their application. Any applicant with fewer than 24 units at the time of application should apply as a freshman.

View the Transfer Student page for additional resources.

GPA minimum requirements (unweighted)

2.75+ Regular Admission
2.50 – 2.74 Transition Track
2.25 – 2.49 Bridge Program

 

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Tuition

$41,102 per year for full time students

Financial Aid

More than 85% of Woodbury University students receive some form of financial aid, with the average student financial aid package during the 2018-2019 academic year totaling over $29,500.

 

For undergraduate students, Woodbury University coordinates a comprehensive financial-aid program consisting of scholarships, grants, loans and part-time employment through funding from state and federal programs, its own resources, and outside/private donors.
Merit Scholarships and Grants.

 

The following undergraduate Merit Scholarships are in effective for Fall 2020 admission:
DOMESTIC FRESHMAN
→ PRESIDENTIAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP $18,000 [3.70 GPA and above]
→ DEAN MERIT SCHOLARSHIP $16,000 [3.40–3.69 GPA]
→ WOODBURY GRANT $10,000 [2.95–3.39 GPA]
→ WOODBURY GRANT $6,000 [2.50–2.94 GPA]

DOMESTIC TRANSFER
→ PRESIDENTIAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP $14,000 [3.70 GPA and above]
→ DEAN MERIT SCHOLARSHIP $12,000 [3.4–3.69 GPA]
→ WOODBURY GRANT $9,000 [2.95–3.39 GPA]
→ WOODBURY GRANT $5,000 [2.50–2.94 GPA]

 

INTERNATIONAL
→ PRESIDENTIAL INTERNATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP $10,000 [3.70 GPA and above]
→ DEAN INTERNATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP $6,000 [3.40-3.69 GPA ]
→ WOODBURY INTERNATIONAL GRANT $5,000 [2.95-3.39 GPA ]
→ WOODBURY INTERNATIONAL GRANT $4,000 [2.50-2.94 GPA ]

 

Note to students determined eligible for need-based financial aid: financial aid program regulations require the university to include these merit awards as a financial resource when assessing a student’s overall financial needs. Your merit award will be incorporated into your financial-aid package.

 

Donor-Sponsored Scholarships

Woodbury University administers various scholarships derived from gifts and endowments given to the university by individuals and organizations. Special applications are not necessary for these funds; they are awarded based on availability of funds and the needs of the university as well as a combination of eligibility requirements, such as academic standing, financial need, or criteria specified by the donor.

Academics

List of Majors:
Accounting
Animation
Applied Computer Science
Bachelor of Architecture
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design
BBA-MBA Accelerated Program
Communication
Computer Information Systems
Computer Science in Data Analytics
Fashion Design
Fashion Marketing
Filmmaking
Game Art & Design
Graphic Design
History
Interdisciplinary Studies
Management
Marketing
Political Science
Professional Writing
Psychology
Public Safety Administration
Sustainable Practices

Student Life

Academic/Professional Organizations

-7500 Club
-Accounting Society (AS)
-American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS)
-American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA)
-Animation Club
-Business and Professional Women of Woodbury (BPWOW)
-Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization (CEO)
-Coordinadora Latinoamericano de Estudiantes de Arquitectura (CLEA)
-Communication Club
-Moria Literary Magazine
-Psychology Students Association (PSA)
-Woodbury Arts Association
-Zone V

 

Fraternities and Sororities

-Beta Lambda Chi
-Delta Sigma Phi
-Phi Sigma Sigma
-Sigma Omega Nu

 

Cultural Organizations

-Armenian Student Association (ASA)
-Black Student Association (BSA)
-Interfaith Student Alliance
-Lo Voz Unida
-National Organization of Minority Architecture Students
-Residence Hall Association (RHA)
-Student Veteran Association
-Unity

 

Service Organizations

-United Nations Student Association
-Health and Sustainability Association

 

Governing Organizations

-Associated Students of Woodbury University (ASWU)
-ASWU Campus Activities Board (CAB)

Campus Housing

Woodbury University provides student housing options that fit a variety of budgets and living preferences, including two on-campus residence halls – North Hall and South Hall – on the Burbank campus.

 

For more information about our student housing options, click here!

Career Services

Career Services

Students at Woodbury have many options for developing the skills and experience they need to pursue their career goals.

 

Overview of Services

Help finding internships
Interview preparation
Job search applications
Mock interviews
On/off-campus employment
Portfolio development
Resume/cover letter
Skill/interest assessment
Career counseling/advising

 

Events

Professional networking events
Career panels
Career workshop series
Etiquette dinners
Job fairs
Company info sessions

 

Internships

Internships are a graduation requirement for all majors. Woodbury’s Los Angeles/Burbank location provides a wealth of internship opportunities that allow students to gain practical work experience in their field of interest. The Career Development office offers career guidance and support to assist students in finding appropriate internship experiences, as well as employers in becoming host company partners.

 

More information can be found here: https://woodbury.edu/student-life/living/student-living/

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