Pepperdine anticipates LA County regulations to allow for limited on-campus activities due to decreased COVID-19 case rates in the area. Formal details have yet to be announced, but the University will hold a special online President’s Briefing Monday, Feb. 22
Pepperdine COVID-19 Updates
Seaver Dean Michael Feltner announced the start of spring 2021 will begin online with tentative plans to reopen for in-person classes later in the semester. In-person classes depend on the ability to house students on campus and current LA County guidelines that restrict Pepperdine’s reopening.
President Jim Gash announced via email Jan. 4, that he and his wife Joline tested positive for COVID-19 that morning. Jim Gash said they are both experiencing mild symptoms and will remain in quarantine for the foreseeable future.
Pepperdine announced July 22 all classes would be taught online for fall 2020.
Pepperdine shared a more finalized version of the Pepperdine Restoration Plan, canceling all International Programs for fall, allowing for online-only courses and more.
Pepperdine shares plans for in-person instruction for the 2020–21 academic year.
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases within the Pepperdine community has increased over the course of five days.
The Buenos Aires international program is suspended until further notice.
Pepperdine notified their students Wednesday morning that classes will be online for the rest of the semester.
As the coronavirus hits 44 countries, students in the Florence international program must return home.