Overview

For over 135 years, our students come first.

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.

  • Importantly, we have a rolling admission policy and prospective students may apply at any time.
  • The enrollment deposit deadline has been extended.
  • We are a test-optional institution and will work closely with prospective students and their institutions on documents that we need.
  • Specifically, we will be flexible working with teachers and counselors for submissions of school profiles, letters of recommendation, transcripts, etc.

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.

Sincerely,

David M. Steele-Figueredo, Ph.D.
President

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Fall 2020 Course Delivery

The safety of our students, staff, and faculty are of the utmost importance. While following County Health recommendations setting a maximum of 10-person gatherings, wearing face coverings and maintaining social distancing is a priority, it is also important to provide one-on-one interaction between students and faculty, a hallmark of our student experience.

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FAQs

We are gathering frequently asked questions from the campus community about the impact of Coronavirus in the academic year.

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Get Checked

Think you may have coronavirus? Please fill out the COVID-19 Inquiry form below to find out more information.

COVID-19 Inquiry Form

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COVID-19 Student Emergency Fund

The COVID-19 Student Emergency Fund has been set up to make available critical resources for immediate needs like food, essential supplies and housing assistance for students who have been affected by this disruption. This application will help a team work to identify students with needs, to respond to requests, and to direct financial assistance to ensure the greatest impact. Given the overall impact of the current situation, the funds available for distribution will be limited to $500.00 per student. However, the team will also review the requests presented in the application to try and identify other potential student aid opportunities. Questions can be directed to Seta.Javor@woodbury.edu. 

If you are a student who wants to apply for funding, please click the button below:

Apply to  the covid-19 student emergency fund

If you would like to donate to the fund and support our students in need, please click the button below:

Give to the covid-19 student emergency fund