The Registrar’s Office certifies enrollment for Woodbury University students who apply and are eligible for educational assistance administered by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. The Registrar’s Office processes all applications and forwards enrollment certifications to VA regional offices, provides assistance to students with problems that relate to VA educational (or covered) programs, and maintains a reference file on all VA students for up to three years.
Deadline: Applications are due January 15th of each year. Materials submitted after this date will continue to be reviewed on a rolling basis until June 1st or until maximum enrollment is reached, whichever comes first.
Deadline: July 1
Deadline: November 1
Deadline: April 7
Our graduate programs are designed for scholars who are looking for advancement in their professional careers and growth within their disciplines. Applicants seeking admission into a graduate program are expected to have completed a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution prior to application submission.
In order to process your application, all sections must be complete, including submission of required admissions documents uploaded through the page.
Official transcripts from all colleges/universities attended are required, regardless of credit received or courses completed. These records must confirm that a bachelors degree has been granted from a regionally accredited institution.
For review purposes only, unofficial college transcripts can be uploaded through the Woodbury Application. Official transcripts must be subsequently submitted via eScrip-Safe.
Official transcripts through mail submission, must include an original signature of the school official(s) and be sealed in an unopened envelope. Transcripts should be mailed to:
Submit three professional and/or academic letters of recommendation.
Upload letters of recommendation directly through the Woodbury Application.
Letters of recommendation can also be mailed to:
Submit a one to two page essay that describes your educational and/or professional background, and your reason for pursuing a graduate architectural education at Woodbury School of Architecture.
Submit a two to three page essay describing your qualifications for acceptance into the MBA program. Address your leadership potential, motivational aptitude, and career goals. Discuss how Woodbury’s MBA will assist you in accomplishing your goals.
Applicants are required to submit a professional resume or curriculum vitae. This information should list your academic research, professional experience, and/or published works.
All graduate design applicants are required to submit a portfolio of creative work conveying the scope of their design sensibilities when applying for the Master of Architecture (M.Arch.), Master of Interior Architecture (M.I.A.), Master of Landscape Architecture (M.L.A.), Master of Science in Architecture (M.S.Arch.), and Master of Science in Architecture, Real Estate Development (M.S.Arch. RED) programs.
Submit your portfolio via the SlideRoom link below. A nominal fee will be charged by SlideRoom for this service. Full instructions are listed on the site. For general artwork, we recommend scanned images rather than photos for best resolution. URLs can also be submitted by uploading a PDF or document containing the link. Requirements can be found on the Slideroom site.
The Graduate Entrance Examination (GRE) is a requirement for applicants who have an undergraduate GPA of less than 3.0. Contact your testing center to have your scores submitted directly to reference Woodbury University (Institution code 4955).
The GMAT/GRE is not a requirement for admission to the MBA Program.
Once your application is processed, an admissions counselor will contact you and you will be informed if further documentation is needed to complete your application.
In addition to the above list, the following documentation is required:
Submit certified English translation of all non-English documents along with official transcripts. Woodbury University will complete a course-by-course foreign credential evaluation from a NACES-approved organization.
Provide proof of English proficiency by submitting one of the following test scores taken within two years of the date of application.
A Form I-20 is generated after applicant has accepted the offer of admission by submitting their nonrefundable commitment deposit along with the following documentation:
Submission of falsified documentation will result in admission denial or termination after enrollment.