San Diego Campus
Woodbury San Diego occupies a renovated warehouse in San Diego’s Barrio Logan district. Sited between downtown and the naval shipyards, the campus is a center of cultural and architectural activity in a diverse neighborhood populated by families, artists, and community leaders. Faculty and students play an active role in shaping the cultural and economic future of the area through events, workshops, and outreach. Because the school is in proximity to the Tijuana border, its programs address issues of contested landscapes, identity, and politics.
Members of the San Diego faculty have been instrumental in forming San Diego into the most progressive housing laboratory in the United States by advancing new strategies to redefine housing, design, policy, and development.
Specialized facilities include a library focused on architecture, urbanism, and development, as well as a wood/metal shop, and a digital fabrication lab. Students have 24-hour access to studios. Woodbury San Diego delivers the full complement of lower and upper division courses in architecture, and both lower and upper division General Education.