The SU semester in Los Angeles has outgrown its current campus and is moving to a bigger facility, according to The Post-Standard. Even though the program started only two years ago, there is already need for expansion.
In 2009, SU opened the semester-long satellite program to a class of 28 students and by this fall, the incoming class will be 50.
The current campus in West L.A. also serves as an alumni center but with rising student interest, it has quickly been outgrown. In May, the new larger campus will open in Sherman Oaks, in the San Fernando Valley.
SU's semester in Los Angeles is a program geared torward TRF and Bandier students, providing them the opportunity to work alongside members of the entertainment industry.
The program focuses on students gaining real-world experience in film, TV, music and other areas of the performing arts. The program has hosted guest speakers like writer/producer/director Rob Reiner who directed "A Few Good Men" and SU alumni Danny Zucker, '86, who is an Emmy-award winning writer for ABC's "Modern Family." Photo by Dark Sevier/flickr