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Woodbury University

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about WU's undergraduate degree
16 negative, 15 positive.
“Good: 1) Students who attend are very friendly. It?s a small community, so a lot of the students know one person one way or another. 2) Architectu...”
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WOODBURY

University is committed to providing the highest level of professional and liberal arts education. The integrated nature of our educational environment cultivates successful students with a strong and enduring sense of personal and social responsibility. We prepare innovative learners who are adept at communicating and willing to cross the boundaries of knowledge in a rapidly changing and complex world.
Woodbury University fosters academic excellence and individual development in an environment that honors the following values:
Integrity and ethical behavior
Diversity
Empowering students to determine and manage their own decisions.
Academic rigor
Liberal arts-based professional education that effectively prepares students for careers
Student focus in all aspects of the University's operations

WU Average Job Salaries

$27,796Starting Salary
$10,00010 Year Salary
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WU Address

WOODBURY UNIVERSITY
7500 GLENOAKS BLVD
BURBANK, CA91510--7846
General info:(818) 767-0888
Financial aid office:(818) 767-0888
Admissions office:(818) 767-0888
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