Wielding a pair of ceremonial scissors, President Chris Kimball made relocation of CLU’s Woodland Hills Center official on Sept. 13.
With eight classrooms and two computer labs that double as classrooms, CLU’s 13,000-squarefoot center in Woodland Hills is about twice the size of the previous location.
The center’s upgraded equipment and more comfortable furniture were ready in time for fall classes with about 110 graduate students and 40 Adult Degree Evening Program (ADEP) students. In addition to bachelor’s programs
in accounting, business management and organizational leadership, a new ADEP program in psychology debuted this semester at the center.
The Graduate School of Education and the School of Management are celebrating 25 years as professional schools this year. The Woodland Hills Center offers master’s degrees in business administration, counseling and guidance, and education for the deaf and hard of hearing.