We make transferring to Woodbury easy!

Contact our dedicated transfer admissions counselor today.

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We know it can be hard to navigate transferring to a four-year university – which is why we have a dedicated admissions counselor, Cynthia Cifuentes, here to help you with all your transfer needs! We still have seats available (and financial aid) for transfer students enrolling this fall!

With 20+ undergraduate programs including our top-ranked architecture & filmmaking programs, and 96% of students receiving up to $21k in financial aid, it’s easy to see why transfer students choose Woodbury located in the heart of Southern California.

Classes start August 26th — schedule a meeting with our transfer counselor today!


Meet Your Transfer Counselor!

Cynthia Cifuentes

Prounouns: She/Her/They | Habla español!

E-mail: [email protected]
Text or Call: (818) 351-2157

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Cynthia’s experience in higher education focuses on access to historically underserved students such as first-generation and low-income students.

As a Coordinator for Upward Bound, a College Advisor at Birmingham Community Charter High School, and a first-generation student herself, Cynthia understands the challenges and benefits that come with attending a university.

Cynthia holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology and Chicana and Chicano Studies from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and a Master’s Degree in Chicana and Chicano Studies from California State University, Northridge. A California native, Cynthia enjoys snowboarding, painting, and spending time outdoors with her dog.


Stats & Facts:

Woodbury University is a thriving and beautiful close-knit learning community in the heart of Southern California – the creative epicenter and entertainment capital of the world. With over 25+ top-ranked undergrad programs and countless hands-on learning opportunities through our mandatory internship program, Woodbury grads are among the most highly sought in the workforce. Learn more about the transfer student experience.

20+ Undergrad Programs

We have transfer students in each of our twenty plus undergraduate programs.

8:1 Student-to-Faculty Ratio

We have an eight to one student-to-faculty ratio, with an average class size of just 13.

96% Receive Financial Aid

Many of our students receive some form of financial aid. Transfer applicants are also eligible for the Transfer Merit Scholarship or Grant of $8,000-$20,000.

 

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