CLU opens new Woodland Hills Center

Public invited to Sept. 13 celebration

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At over 13,000 square feet, the new center is about twice the size of the previous building.

(THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. - Aug. 19, 2011) The public is invited to celebrate the opening of California Lutheran University's new Woodland Hills Center from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 13.

There will be a brief ceremony, refreshments and tours of the new site.

At over 13,000 square feet, the new center at 5925 De Soto Ave. is about twice the size of the previous building on Oxnard Street. It has eight classrooms and two computer labs that can also serve as classrooms. The state-of-the-art rooms are filled with upgraded computers and projection equipment and more comfortable furniture.

The new location is in a more convenient and visible location with additional parking for students.

Classes begin Aug. 29 at the new center. CLU offers several undergraduate and graduate programs in Woodland Hills. The School of Management has an MBA program, and the Graduate School of Education offers master's degrees in counseling and guidance, and in education for the deaf and hard of hearing. Students can earn bachelor's degrees in accounting, business management and organizational leadership through the Adult Degree Evening Program. A new ADEP program in psychology is starting this semester at the center.

Currently, about 110 graduate students and 40 ADEP students are enrolled in the center's programs.

The event is part of the series of celebrations and events marking the 25th anniversary of the establishment of CLU's Graduate School of Education and School of Management.

For more information, contact Lauren Amundson at or 805-493-3445.