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Ask a Woodbury University Student

One of the best ways to learn about Woodbury University is by talking to a current student. Chat with one of our student ambassadors via text.

Alfonzo
Architecture (Class of 2025)

Alfonzo

(he/him/his)

I come from Fontana, CA.

I speak English and Spanish.

Clubs/groups you are involved in on-campus: President of Delta Sigma Phi.

Favorite courses: I really enjoyed my ARCH 125 course because it focused on architecture in SoCal. For that class, we got to take field trips to those locations and take class outside of campus.

Favorite spot on campus and why: My architecture studio space is my favorite spot because it becomes your own work space. It’s also a great place to collaborate and work with your friends on projects any time of the day or night.

Hobbies/interests: I enjoy playing soccer, golf, and being active. I also love spending time with friends. I am also interested in traveling all around the world.

I chose to attend Woodbury University because of the unique feeling at Woodbury of not being just a number or face in a class. I feel like it is my home away from home which has been great when having to spend majority of my time on campus. The architecture program was also the main reason why I decided to attend Woodbury due to learning how to work on projects digitally and physically especially since I like working hands on.

Text me: (323) 417-6684

 

 

Jaclyn
Interdisciplinary Studies (Class of 2025)

Jaclyn

(she/her/hers)

I come from Los Angeles, CA.

I speak English and Spanish

Clubs/groups you are involved in on-campus: Phi Sigma Sigma, Unity

Favorite courses: My favorite classes were MORIA (Writ 400), The reason was that I was Managing Editor for Issue 11, and I felt a part of the team. Film 200, my introduction to screenwriting class, It was fun to see scripts again and be creative since I did some writing programs when I was younger. INDS 350- Interdisciplinary Research was my favorite class since I was able to combine all my interests into a research topic and present it in any way I wanted to.

Favorite spot on campus and why: My favorite spot would have to be the Library, I usually would be doing work in the main space and focusing on schoolwork. When I want to just hang out and be with friends, I would be in the library courtyard.

Hobbies/interests: I love to read, write, do personal vlogs, and go to hang out with my friends.

I chose to attend Woodbury University because honestly, it’s the small size of it all. I enjoy how small the classes are so that I have a chance to speak to my professor. I have seen some of the big universities that for some classes you need to walk almost 30 minutes to reach your next class, here, you just walk next door. I also wanted to have a major ( Interdisciplinary Studies) that allowed my creative freedom to be present in my work, and I was allowed to be curious and investigate new disciplines.

Text me: (323) 827-7715

 

 

Emanuel
Architecture (Class of 2027)

Emanuel

(he/him/his)

I come from Chatsworth, CA.

I speak English and Persian.

Clubs/groups you are involved in on-campus: I am part of the American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) Woodbury Chapter.

Favorite courses: My favorite courses are my studio class of each semester, and ARTH 205. The studio class is the main course for architecture to learn new software and come up with new design ideas and creating models. I also enjoyed the History of Contemporary Art class which gave me a new perspective on art and I appreciated the friendliness of my professor.

Favorite Spot on campus and why: Well, I have two favorite spots on campus, the first one would be my studio since I basically live there and do everything, and the second would be the walkway from School of Architecture to Woody’s, our campus Cafe because of the green environment it has which boosts my spirit.

Hobbies/interests: I like to read, watch movies/TV shows and hang out with friends.

I chose to attend Woodbury University because it’s accredited architect school, because of its size it’s not too crowded, has 24/7 access to studios with 24/7 security around which makes it a safe place to be at.

Text me: (818) 446-1950

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