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Alumni QuadThe Alumni Quad is at the heart of Woodbury’s beautiful, 22-acre campus in Burbank. Grassy and shaded by trees, the Quad is where many campus events take place throughout the year in the beautiful Southern California weather. Its central location also makes it an ideal meeting place for students, faculty and visitors on campus.
Los Angeles Times LibraryBuilt in 1950 and originally used as the chapel for the Villa Cabrini Academy, the Los Angeles Times Library retains its unique architectural charm and is one of the most distinctive buildings on campus. The library’s growing collection includes approximately 65,000 books, 3,000 films, 200 current print periodical subscriptions, and access to 46 research databases.
School of Business AtriumThe School of Business is the oldest school at Woodbury, dating back to the university’s founding in 1884. It is one of the oldest business schools in the western United States. The School of Business holds AACSB accreditation, which is granted to less than five percent of all business programs worldwide. The Atrium of this modern building hosts events and includes a live stock ticker and other information.
Woody'sWoody’s, operated by Bon Appetit, provides students, faculty and staff with sustainable, locally-grown and organic food options. With a continuously changing menu, Woody’s offers a variety of meal plans for students. With both inside and outside seating, Woody’s is a hub of campus activity.
Nan Rae GalleryThe Nan Rae Gallery, one of several galleries on the Woodbury campus (including the Powell Gallery in the Design Center and the Wedge Gallery in the School of Architecture complex) is home to a variety of exciting exhibits throughout the year.
Fashion Design StudioCabrini Hall/Judith Tamkin Fashion Center includes several Fashion Design Studios like this one where students have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience. The building also houses a collection of vintage clothing dating back to the nineteenth century.
Design StudioWoodbury has several design studios dedicated to graphic design, animation and other disciplines where students get hands-on and personalized instruction, as well as excellent practical experience, in a variety of artistic and design-based majors.
Computer LabA variety of Mac and PC-based computer labs exist throughout all four schools as well as in other locations throughout the Woodbury campus community. They also serve as classrooms for a variety of majors, including Applied Computer Science, Animation, Architecture and more.
Architecture Studio<b>The Naidorf Hall Studios</b> within the School of Architecture include individual student workstations and shared critique spaces. The studios are normally used for third year students, and they can double as collaboration or gallery areas. The studios, which are available to students 24 hours a day, every day, open up to an interior courtyard that showcases full-scale student mock-ups and prototypes.
Interior Design StudioThe interior design studios are located in Powell Gallery and the Design Center. These studios allow students to have their own desk with space to experiment and build. The studios are open 24/7 to all Interior Design students, and they provide space for critique and group collaboration.
Intelligent Lighting LaboratoryThe Intelligent Lighting Laboratory allows the students to simulate lighting scenarios and explore through hands-on experience the effects of light on materials and space. It allows students to question the status quo of lighting design and to develop innovative ways of using lighting in architectural spaces.
Digital Fabrication LabThe Digital Fabrication Lab (DFL) houses a large collection of automated prototyping tools, with multiple laser cutters, 3D printers and CNC Routers, the DFL offers students the resources to explore concepts of scale, materials and assembly.
Wood LabDesign projects may start in the sketchbook but they quite often get realized in our Making Complex. The Wood Lab is the center of this facility. It is a place to work through the physical implementation of design.
CNC RoomThe three-axis CNC router is capable of processing plywood, plastics and foams and is used to create 2D and 3D parts with extreme accuracy.
Material Testing LaboratoryThe Material Testing Laboratory is equipped for hands-on education and as a resource for cutting-edge research in the area of material science. It contains a range of equipment and technical support staff for the testing of material samples. It enhances the teaching and research experience of our students and faculty through a wide variety of hands-on testing techniques.
Sound StageThe Filmmaking major is part of the School of Media, Culture & Design at Woodbury University. Being surrounded by major film studios like Disney and Warner Bros. has its advantages. This 4,000 square foot Sound Stage offers a variety of settings and opportunities for film students to learn their craft. Students can also borrow a wide range of filmmaking equipment.
Screening RoomThe Screening Room, along with the Sound Stage, are part of Woodbury’s Entertainment Media complex. The Screening Room offers a state-of-the-art facility for filmmaking students (and others) to screen films and projects.
North Hall ExteriorWoodbury has two complexes to house students: North Hall and South Hall. North Hall is a three-story, air-conditioned complex separated into 11 community sections. Each section houses up to 15 students, who share a community kitchen and bathroom. North Hall also has a common central lounge, drink and snack machines, and laundry facilities.
North Hall - Single RoomWoodbury provides student with housing options that fit a variety of budgets and living preferences. Housing options include singles, doubles, triples and quads. All are fully furnished.
North Hall - Double RoomWoodbury provides student with housing options that fit a variety of budgets and living preferences. Housing options include singles, doubles, triples and quads. All are fully furnished.
North Hall - Triple RoomWoodbury provides student with housing options that fit a variety of budgets and living preferences. Housing options include singles, doubles, triples and quads. All are fully furnished.
South Hall ExteriorSouth Hall is a traditional single-story, coed student residence built around a courtyard in the center of the campus. Rooms are not air-conditioned but are equipped with ceiling fans. Separate community bathrooms are conveniently located in the male and female hallways. South Hall is equipped with laundry facilities, drink and snack machines, and a common kitchen. South Hall is also home to the Fitness Center.
South Hall - Single RoomWoodbury provides student with housing options that fit a variety of budgets and living preferences. Housing options include singles, doubles, triples and quads. All are fully furnished.
South Hall - Quad RoomWoodbury provides student with housing options that fit a variety of budgets and living preferences. Housing options include singles, doubles, triples and quads. All are fully furnished.
San Diego - ReceptionEntering through the front doors or through the side gate, students with Woodbury ID cards have 24/7 access to the building and their studio space. During regular business hours, that means you’ll be greeted by Sandy at the front desk! Also, adjacent to the front doors, are offices for staff and faculty and the lecture hall. In San Diego, an open door is an invitation to drop by and talk or go over a concern, anytime. And FYI, Sandy usually has a jar of chocolates at the front desk.
San Diego - StudiosSan Diego has three large studio spaces. Studio A, the smallest of the studios, is shown here. Every student is assigned a space that is their own for the semester with 24 hour/ 7 day access. The 15-foot ceilings of the repurposed warehouse provide room for installations, from drawings, to catenary structures, to CNC routered boards, to laser cut, 3D printed or handmade models.
San Diego - Digital Fabrication LabThe Digital Fabrication Lab is where students have access to equipment usually not included in traditional wood and metal shops—from laser cutters, to 3D printers, to a CNC router. All students have access to certification to use Digital Fabrication and some semesters optional 7-week classes are offered, exploring fabrication and design and Lab equipment. <br><br>Large wall sized doors in the Lab open its space into the adjacent yard.
San Diego - LibraryHome to a dedicated collection of books on architecture and related fields as well as online resources, the Library is also where smaller lectures, meetings and exhibitions occur through-out the year. <br><br>The Library’s large windows face the school’s xeriscape yard that was once part of the warehouse loading dock.
San Diego - ShopThe Shop is where students have access to equipment for wood and metal fabrication. All students have access to certification to use the Shop and some semesters optional 7-week classes are offered, exploring fabrication and design, utilizing the Shop’s equipment. <br><br>Housed in its own building, the Shop is close to the side gate, making it easier for students to bring in materials and supplies. With large doors along one wall, and a sunshade, there’s room to work apart from the Shop equipment.
Robotic Arm AThe students learn to develop programs to create tool paths for robotic arms. Specifically, students use the equation of the unit sphere to control a 3d printer attached to a robotic arm and produce a series of un-supported dome-shaped prints.
Robotic Arm BThe students learn to develop programs to create tool paths for robotic arms. Specifically, students use the equation of the unit sphere to control a 3d printer attached to a robotic arm and produce a series of un-supported dome-shaped prints.