Due to the COVID-19 national emergency, Woodbury University is conducting all interactions with current and prospective students via phone/text/webinar, etc. Please be aware of the admissions process for the Fall 2020 incoming class.
Woodbury is proud of its closely-knit community that focuses on Enhancing the Woodbury Experience. We wish you and your families and friends inner peace and good health during this difficult time of national emergency.
President David M. Steele-Figueredo, Ph.D.
Contact the Office of Admission at email@example.com or text us at (818) 532-5392 and we will connect you with a counselor or staff member.
While we aren’t currently accepting visitors on campus, you can watch our virtual tour here or find your counselor and contact them with any questions you have! We will continue to monitor our campus tour schedule to accommodate as many visitors as possible once campus re-opens. Check your email or texts (if you have opted in) for communication as decisions are made.
Yes. As of now, all admissions functions are continuing as normal.
Woodbury has a rolling admission policy and prospective students may apply at any time.
Woodbury University is test optional and will not need your SAT or ACT test score to complete your file.
You can text Financial Aid at (818) 600-6593 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can text Housing at (818) 900-0893 or email them at email@example.com.
No. As of now, this does not change our plans for any decisions coming from our office.
At this time we do not expect dates to be affected.
Yes. We have extended the enrollment deposit deadline from May 1 to June 1.
Yes, you can defer your admission for up to one year.
Woodbury University will continue to process I-20’s for all qualifying students. You will receive an email from your admissions counselor outlining the next steps once you have submitted all required documents for I-20 processing. If you have questions regarding this process, please contact your admissions counselor.
Woodbury University continues to welcome students from around the world. We are closely monitoring the situation and will adhere to any decisions made by the US government.
In all circumstances, such students should avoid travel to China or Iran at this time.
Additionally, it is essential that such individuals maintain valid student status while waiting in the U.S. for their Woodbury program to begin and they become eligible to transfer to Woodbury for study here. Since this group would already be in the U.S., no new visa stamp would be needed from the U.S. consulate since a valid visa stamp is only needed at the time of entry into the U.S.
After admission to the program, Woodbury will advise this population upon receipt of a request for immigration documentation.