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Living on campus at Woodbury University provides students with valuable opportunities and experiences that enhance the college experience. Life in the residence halls allows students to make new friends, experience living in a community, and gain independence. Our residence halls also provide convenient access to classrooms, studios, and other campus resources. Each residence hall community is staffed with Resident Advisors (RAs) and Community Advisors (CAs) who are here to maintain and support an educational, co-curricular environment.
All rooms are furnished with a bed, dresser, desk and chair for each student. Internet and cable TV service, as well as all utilities, are included. Click here for current rate information and to see room layouts. Access the Housing Application here.
South Hall is a traditional single-story co-ed residence built around a central courtyard (pictured at left). Rooms are not air conditioned, but are equipped with ceiling fans. Separate community bathrooms are conveniently located in the male and female hallways. South Hall is equipped with laundry facilities, drink and snack machines, a central lounge and a common kitchen.
North Hall is a three story air-conditioned building (pictured at left) separated into eleven community sections. Each section houses up to fifteen students who share a community kitchen and bathroom. North Hall also has a common central lounge, drink and snack machines, and laundry facilities.
Residence Hall Substance Policy
Woodbury University's residence halls are committed to creating a campus environment conducive to education, work, student and personal development. As such, the University's alcohol policy does not permit alcohol in any residential areas, including individual rooms, regardless of the age of the room occupant. In addition, as part of the University's emphasis on good health, we are in compliance with Section 41.5 of the Los Angeles Municipal Code, that states that (in part) smoking is prohibited in all indoor areas, including residence halls and individual student rooms.