Pepperdine resumed in-person classes Jan. 13, despite several hundred positive COVID-19 cases among students. Community members shared mixed feelings about returning amid Omicron.
Pepperdine will begin classes remotely Jan. 10, and plans to start in-person classes Jan. 13. All Pepperdine community members will be required to receive an entry test as well as a PCR test on campus before attending in-person classes.
Pepperdine faces updated county guidance as it continues to deliver on-ground, in-person services for students, faculty and staff. Latest changes per LA County Public Health guidance will impact mega events as well as quarantine measures for unvaccinated individuals.
Pepperdine validated each of its five schools’ vaccination rates across students, faculty and staff. The resulting numbers
After returning to campus for the first time, students must keep well-being in mind while balancing accountability. For new-to-campus students, keeping on top of COVID-19 guidelines may get overwhelming.