Since 1884, tens of thousands of alumni have graduated from Woodbury University, becoming trailblazers throughout Los Angeles, California and the nation. Woodbury strives to foster a lifelong community of alumni connected to each other and to the institution with the goal of generating private financial support and engagement with the university.
We work in partnership with alumni to advance a positive image of the university, promote university and alumni accomplishments and provide opportunities for alumni networking. You are members of an elite group of innovators that has created history, and for that you should be very proud!
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Throughout its long history, Woodbury has produced alumni who have done extraordinary things. Woodbury graduates have founded and built businesses, led national publications, become notable fashion designers, won design competitions, held public office, directed nonprofit organizations, and much more.
Beginning spring 2019, Educational Effectiveness, under advisement from university faculty and staff, will be leading an effort to coalesce around a common collective identity across our four schools, Student Affairs, and the Library. This includes describing, promoting, and tracking the hallmarks of a Woodbury University graduate.
We will answer the questions, “Who are we?” and “How do we know that?” We will talk with students, alumni, faculty, program chairs, staff, leadership, the BOT, and selected external partners about how WU “transforms students into innovative professionals who will contribute responsibly to the global community.”
What we learn as a result of this project will inform our internal processes and practices and the public. Our goals for the project are:
We will initiate a system/process for tracking the university’s performance as it relates to the hallmarks of WU graduates.
The Advisory Council to this project comprises a member from:
If you have questions or are interested in participating on the Advisory Council, please contact Elizabeth Trebow (email@example.com), Director of Assessment & Educational Effectiveness.
We have authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to provide transcript ordering via the Web. You can order transcripts using any major credit/debit card. Your card will only be charged after your order has been completed.
Transcript Fees for Online Orders
Walk-in requests for transcripts can be made at the Registrar’s Office in the Miller Building. The office is open Monday through Friday. Transcripts requested in the office will be issued within seven to ten business days. If expedited processing is requested, transcripts will be issued within two to three business days. An additional fee will be assessed for expedited processing.
Transcript Fees for In-Office Orders
If a transcript is to be released to a third party, written and signed authorization from you is required. Parents can obtain their child’s transcript provided they have written authorization from the student.
While we strongly encourage you to order your transcript online we will accept requests that are submitted through the US Mail. Please note that all transcripts ordered by mail must include the full cost of the transcript as outlined below.
Requests should include the following information:
Requests should be mailed to the Registrar’s Office at P.O. Box 7846, Burbank, CA 91510-7846.
Diplomas will be issued to students upon completion of their degree requirements (December, May, or August). The diploma will show the student’s official or legal name as it appears on the degree application unless changed in writing by the student prior to the graduation date for that student.
If you would like to regain access to your Alumni Woodbury email, please visit this link to reset your password.
Once you reset your password, you can log into your email at www.office.com.
If you receive an error after logging into office.com after resetting your password, please email HelpDesk@woodbury.edu.
2019 Woodbury University Alumni Online and Print Directory
Strengthening Woodbury University’s alumni network has been a key priority among alumni and Woodbury for quite some time. University Advancement’s Alumni Relations office has taken the first step to strengthen those connections with a data verification project and creation of a new alumni directory. This directory will help alumni connect with each other and Woodbury.
All graduates of Woodbury University are automatically enrolled into the Alumni Association.
Prabhu Rajaganapathy is a 2019 Woodbury Animation graduate who came to Woodbury University from a small town in southern India in pursuit of his creative goals. Right upon completing his first year, Prabhu did an internship at El Grupo Animation, which made him significantly more prepared for the rest of his Woodbury classes. His senior thesis project, “Space Epic,” a short, 2D sci-fi animation film, went on to win Woodbury’s MVP award for outstanding performance, and to date, it has been selected into 15 different film festivals, including the KCET 2019 Fine Cut Competition. He intends to pitch “Space Epic” to a studio or network someday.
After graduating in 2019, Prabhu began working as a production assistant at Gaumont Animation and parlayed that experience into a job as a production assistant at Netflix Animation, where he recently started working on an animated series called “Ghee Happy,” created by Pixar alum, Sanjay Patel. Read the full article here.