Woodbury University has three unique locations across Southern California. The main campus is a scenic 22-acres situated in Burbank, CA at the heart of Los Angeles’ creative economy. In addition, Woodbury also has a small campus in the Barrio Logan section of San Diego that offers both undergraduate and graduate Architecture programs.
Located in the San Fernando Valley, Woodbury’s primary campus lies adjacent to the Verdugo foothills near the Angeles National Forest. The campus straddles the border between Los Angeles and Burbank, providing students with the best of both cities, ranging from world-class film and entertainment studios, to the LA Fashion District, to the region’s thriving creative and startup community and so much more.
Hollywood Burbank Airport is conveniently located about a 10-minute drive to the Burbank campus. The airport is being expanded, but currently, the following airlines service it: Alaska, American, Delta, JetBlue, United, Southwest, and Spirit.
The campus is located just off the Interstate 5 freeway about a mile and half from Hollywood Burbank Airport.
The address is:
7500 North Glenoaks Boulevard
Burbank, CA 91504-1052
Metro Bus Line 92, which runs between Downtown Los Angeles and Sylmar, stops on Glenoaks Boulevard, right in front of the campus gate. The Metrolink’s Antilope Valley line runs from Union Station in Downtown Los Angeles to Hollywood-Burbank Airport. The Burbank Airport North stop is closest to campus, located about a mile-and-a-half away. Metrolink riders can connect with additional bus and rail service in Burbank, Glendale and elsewhere.
Woodbury’s San Diego campus encompasses a renovated warehouse in the Barrio Logan neighborhood, between downtown and the naval shipyards. The campus is a center of cultural and architectural activity in a diverse neighborhood populated by families, artists, and community leaders.
The campus is located just off the Interstate 5 freeway in the Barrio Logan neighborhood of San Diego.
The address is:
2212 Main Street
San Diego, CA 92113
The Metropolitan Transit System (MTS) bus Route 929 stops right outside the campus, on the corner of Main Street and Sampson Street. The closest trolley stop is the Barrio Logan Station, a ten minute walk from campus.
Learn more at Metropolitan Transit System