Student Affairs will expand its wellness resources for students across the five schools and campus locations and remove charges for certain resources. The need for changes was a direct result of student mental and physical health needs, said Connie Horton, vice president for Student Affairs. A September 2021 article from Mayo Clinic found around 44% of college students … [Read more...] about Student Affairs Plans to Expand Wellness Resources, Add Flat Fee
A restructuring of Student Affairs eliminated the Pepperdine Volunteer Center and Songfest offices and cost six people their jobs. Graphic Managing Editor Ashley Mowreader spent over a year reporting and investigating the restructuring, and she joins host Kyle McCabe to discuss it on this episode of the Graph. Listen via Soundcloud | Spotify | Apple … [Read more...] about What Happened to Student Affairs?
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The Pepperdine Volunteer Center leaders pose on Alumni Park in fall 2019 for Step Forward Day. The PVC will close permanently June 7. Photo Courtesy of Derek Pinto The Pepperdine Volunteer Center announced its closure May 27 on Instagram and Facebook due to "a recent reorganization within the University," according to the PVC’s post. On May 25, Connie Horton, vice … [Read more...] about Pepperdine Volunteer Center Closes, Shocking Students and Alumni
Vice President for Student Affairs Connie Horton speaks to students in January 2020 at an Unplugged Retreat about the spiritual grounding that creation, time and nature can bring. Horton said the most rewarding part of her job is working with students. Photo Courtesy of Connie HortonSixteen years ago, Connie Horton was helping her son look for colleges and a job listed on her … [Read more...] about Connie Horton Helps Students RISE Above Adversities