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. In turn, the School of Architecture is supporting future generations of Woodbury students to shape the future of practice.Apply Request Information Take a Tour
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Woodbury School of Architecture is expanding outreach in Los Angeles through mentoring for high school students. Discover the school’s recent partnership with the STEM Academy Hollywood. The goal is to give students greater insight into careers in architecture, and to help them build connections to the profession. The program also provides a way for alumni to give back.
An investment to support your alma mater’s mission helps Woodbury to provide the highest level of education to promising students in a rapidly changing and complex world. Your gift doesn’t have to be large, it’s your ongoing commitment that counts the most. Explore the many ways that you can help support the university and preserve the Woodbury experience for future students.
Consider giving in other ways as well, through service on advisory boards and committees, attending events or being a mentor to students. Contact us if you are interested in getting involved.
Woodbury School of Architecture alumni have gone on to build projects and win regional, national and international recognition for their work. Ranging from community-scaled development and private residences to affordable housing and urban design, projects are located across Southern California and the United States. Woodbury prepares graduates for the professional, technical and conceptual skills required to bring innovative architectural and civic projects to life.
The Dean’s Discretionary Fund provides a unique opportunity to help shape the future of education by helping students to realize their unique, personal design vision, while developing technical, theoretical and communicative skills. By investing in the Dean’s Discretionary Fund, you will provide the flexible funding the school needs to implement innovative ideas, meet its highest priority needs, respond quickly to emerging opportunities and invest in areas of the highest potential.
The vision of ACE at Woodbury University is to empower students to improve underserved communities through design, business and media. ACE connects students and faculty with nonprofit and governmental organizations to realize projects for the public.
Students work collaboratively across disciplines to combine skills and test their fields of study on real projects and local issues. Reinforcing the capacity of young generations to create impact, ACE projects are made to benefit the common good: architectural design/build works, business plans for organizations, graphic design, films, journalistic and creative writing, and other services. Framing opportunities to make a difference, ACE supports student learning through inclusive and socially equitable research, outreach and engagement.
Your gift helps support ACE student activities. For more information about ACE projects, see Agency for Civic Engagement.
The Norman R. Millar Scholarship Endowment was established to honor Dean Millar’s sixteen year legacy of educating architects and designers. Annual income from this endowment will support Woodbury School of Architecture student scholarships.
As a nonprofit organization, WUHO relies on contributions from generous individuals to help meet costs of providing quality exhibitions. All of our programming is free and open to the public. I invite you to support WUHO Gallery and our various exhibitions and events this academic year as we continue to inspire, educate and inform diverse audiences – students, design professionals, artists and the local community. All contributions are fully tax-deductible and directly support WUHO exhibitions and programs.
As a professor, Nick Roberts understood the value of student experiential learning. Nick’s legacy lives on with the Nick Roberts Endowed Scholarship Fund which is designed to support Woodbury School of Architecture students in their study away experiences throughout the world.
In 2007, Maxine (formerly Stussy) and Ray Frankel gifted a collection of artist Jan Stussy’s work to the Woodbury School of Architecture. Since then, the University has taken significant steps to preserve and protect the collection of this important mid-century California painter. An exciting next development of this project is a series of exhibitions and a catalog that will bring attention to the work and unique partnership of Jan Stussy and sculptor Maxine Kim Stussy Frankel. Support for this rare opportunity will uncover the important voices of Jan Stussy and Maxine Kim Stussy.
The San Fernando Valley chapter of AIA (AIA|SFV) has gifted an endowment to Woodbury University’s School of Architecture. The American Institute of Architects is a professional association whose members are comprised of licensed architects and dedicated to furthering the architecture profession in local communities. Since 2001, AIA|SFV has awarded more than $120,000 in scholarships to over 120 Woodbury School of Architecture students. Proceeds from the endowment will go toward funding scholarships to architecture and interior architecture students at the Burbank campus. Support for this endowment will directly benefit our students.
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