Pepperdine hosted a back-to-back commencement ceremony weekend to honor the Class of 2020 and 2021. The University chose to postpone the Class of 2020 ceremony from last spring.
Pepperdine announced its commencement speakers for the Class of 2020 and 2021 graduation ceremonies, taking place May 20 and 21. Alan Beard will address the Class of 2020 and Brett Biggs will address the Class of 2021.
Pepperdine’s new Provost, SGA succession and graduation guidelines.
Pepperdine holds off on making a final decision about the class of 2020 and 2021 graduation ceremonies until April 12. The University hopes improving COVID-19 conditions will allow for in-person ceremonies at Alumni Park as scheduled on May 21 and 22.
Pepperdine plans to open for voluntary in-person indoor classes April 6 at a limited capacity for those who live in or near Malibu. At this time, there is no decision about a commencement ceremony or summer international programs.
Seaver College plans to hold in-person graduation ceremonies on Alumni Park for the classes of 2020 and 2021 this May.
Academic calendar adjustments, commencement cheer and a fresh fitness facility.
Two pelicans disrupt Seaver commencement ceremony, drawing national media attention
The native Angeleno will speak during Seaver College commencement on Saturday, April 28.
Photos Courtesy of Pepperdine Public Relations Former chair of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Michael K. Powell will deliver the commencement address and receive the University’s highest honor, an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree, at the Seaver College graduation Saturday, April 30, according to a University press release. Powell served as chairman of the […]