Seaver Dean Michael Feltner provided the Seaver community with updates regarding commencement, summer International Program suspensions and summer session offerings in Malibu. The University continues to prepare for a fully in-person fall semester.
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.
President Jim Gash, Vice President for Student Affairs Connie Horton and Seaver Dean Michael Feltner answered Seaver community questions in a Zoom town hall Dec. 15. Administrators shared tentative plans for spring 2021 as well as provided information on housing, International Programs, the academic calendar and future university communication.
Senior Mackenzie Mazen saw one too many vehicles illicitly parked in accessible parking spots and decided to speak out on behalf of the disabled community on campus.
The faculty requirement to explain how they support Pepperdine’s Christian mission, honor society Phi Beta Kappa denied Pepperdine a chapter.
Pepperdine announces Beth M. Laux as the new executive director of international programs
Senior Angelica Ramos was requested to cover up portions of her art exhibition in the Weisman Museum due to profanity.
The native Angeleno will speak during Seaver College commencement on Saturday, April 28.
Photos by Cassandra Stephenson The Pepperdine facility in Calabasas opened a portion of its first floor for use as study space for students Wednesday. The space now provides study spaces, study carrels, five study rooms, a copier and printer, and librarians for students to use Sundays through Thursdays from 5 p.m. until midnight. As the […]
Photo by Chad Jimenez Marissa Davis is the new director for the Student Success Center, a center where tutoring can be centralized for various departments as well as academic support to students. This new position is in charge of student success services such as coordinating tutoring services on campus, Kendra Killpatrick, associate dean for Seaver […]