The educational experience at Woodbury School of Architecture extends beyond classroom work. Student organizations provide opportunities to develop leadership skills, network, make a contribution to the campus community and have fun. Each organization is meant to enrich student life on campus by creating groups of students with similar interests.
The American Institute of Architecture Students Woodbury chapter aims to promote collaboration between the students of architecture at Woodbury and their desired career paths by fostering individualism, leadership, and service in their architectural education.
Faculty Advisor: Catherine Roussel
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AIAS Woodbury San Diego aims to create a seamless collaborative partnership with the local community and local professional organizations through participation and initiate an integration and presentation of Woodbury studio culture to future prospective students.
Faculty Advisor: Hector M. Perez
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CLEA (Cordinadora Latinoamericana de Estudiantes de Arquitectura) is focused on exploring the intersection of art, culture, and architecture. While focused on Latin-American culture, this club wants to explore a broader culture outside the United States.
Faculty Advisor: Gerard Smulevich
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Our goal at IIDACC (International Interior Design Association Campus Center) is to provide a network for students interested in expanding their knowledge throughout the field of interior design.
Faculty Advisor: Christoph Korner
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The students of the National Organization of Minority Architecture Students have come together to enhance our education, network with professionals, and begin to find solutions that will ensure a healthy living and working environment for the total community.
Faculty Advisor: Aaron Genlser
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What is S.I.P.? It is a collaboration of the different architecture student organizations at WSoA, a space for WSoA students of different backgrounds and interests to learn together. A way to develop projects and initiatives to reach a greater number of students and community.
The Associated Student of Woodbury University (ASWU) supports the needs and wants of all students through funding events, projects, and facilitating change through means of communication between faculty and staff.
Woodbury University believes in the cultivation of student leaders, both to shape the campus and to prepare students for shaping their world. The university has offered many opportunities for students to lead and join organizations, both past and present, to create meaningful experiences and connections.
Woodbury believes in cultivating student leaders, both to help shape the campus community as well as the community at large. We offer many opportunities for students to lead in meaningful ways.