Graduate Programs

Welcome Future Owls!

We are so happy you chose Woodbury for your graduate studies! We are expecting your arrival in August and we have cooked up some fun for you and your classmates.

Your orientation will look a little different from the undergraduate experience. First you will complete our Owl Onboarding, which is a 30-minute online course. Once that is done, you will work with your advisor to get your schedule. Then, you are ready for Parliament (this is what we call the gathering of our graduate owls!)

Below is a snapshot of our graduate orientation events on Sunday, August 27th:

  • Woodbury Graduate Brunch: (this is the kickoff event of the day!)
  • Department Chairs & Deans will be leading welcoming activities
  • More Mixer than Brunch: We will end the day with a fun mixer in the Nan Rae Gallery, where our new grad students will be able to chat with current students and faculty.

We look forward to meeting you!

Note: an orientation fee will be included on your student account.

Here's what you need to know

  • Students will receive a registration link from their Admissions Counselor after submitting their deposit. By following this registration link, students are signing up to receive the Graduate Orientation link.  We expect to be emailing the Graduate Orientation link and directions (based off who signed up) in early June.
  • Once students receive the Graduate Orientation link and directions, they will complete an online module that will take approximately 45 minutes.
  • It is important that students complete the Graduate Orientation module as soon as possible. They will not be registered for classes until they have done so.
  • Students will receive their fall schedules within two weeks of completing the Graduate Orientation.

In addition to graduate orientation, all international students are required to attend international student orientation. International students will learn about the required legal and institutional responsibilities to maintain their status. Attendance is mandatory in order to remain in good standing with United States Citizenship Immigration Services (USCIS). You will receive additional details in the coming weeks from your admissions counselor.

Date coming soon

Translate »