Design Lab

An Introduction to Architecture and Interior Design for College Credit and Portfolio Development

Offered to high school students entering 11th or 12th grades, this intensive summer program is for college credit and allows students to explore Woodbury University’s architecture and interior architecture disciplines. Design Lab introduces high school students to principles of experimentation and design. Taught by inspired design faculty, the course is organized within a framework of thinking, drawing and making.

 

 

Please note that the information here is subject to change.


 

Costs

Anticipated costs include a registration fee as well as supplies, the estimated cost of both is approximately $250.

Attendance

Students must be present on the first day of class. Students who miss the first day of class without a pre-approved reason will be dropped from the program. Students who miss more than two instructional days may be dropped from the class. Daily attendance is expected and absences will affect final grades. If you are absent for any reason, it is the student’s responsibility to communicate with his/her teacher and complete assignments in a timely manner.

Schedule

This five-week program runs from Monday, June 25 to Friday, July 27, 2018.
NOTE: 4th of July falls on a Wednesday, so there will only be 14 instructional days.

M/W/F, 9AM – 12:30PM 2-unit Studio Course

Prerequisites: None

Cancellation and Refund Policy

Cancellations must be received in writing via email to Kelly Nittoli (summerprograms@woodbury.edu). A full refund will be granted to students who cancel enrollment two weeks before the start date. Full refunds will be given to students who sign-up for a class that is cancelled due to low enrollment.

EMAIL KELLY NITTOLI

 

Students with Disabilities

Woodbury recognizes physical and mental disabilities that include mobility, sensory, health, psychological, and learning disabilities, and provides reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities once the disability is adequately documented.  It is the responsibility of the parent/guardian to make his/her child’s disability known at the time of enrollment and provide appropriate documentation and evaluations to support the accommodations requested.  The University, however, is unable to make accommodations that are unduly burdensome or that fundamentally alter the nature of the service, program, or activity.