Student workers juggle Zoom classes as well as remote work, which poses new challenges that affect student employment roles this semester.
Student Success center
As midterms approach, students find the need to adjust their study habits to be successful during the online fall 2020 semester.
Pepperdine entities like the Office of Student Accessibility work to help students get the most out of Zoom classes.
The First Wave Program launched a mentoring service available to first-generation college students needing help navigating the higher education system.
According to the university, 19% of Pepperdine’s undergraduate population are first-generation college students
Art by Ally Armstrong After sophomore year, students are able to pick between housing on- and off-campus for their junior year. Some students say that living away from campus is better, but when it comes down to it, there are more advantages to living on-campus. When taking housing into consideration for next year, students should […]
Watch Out for Senioritis
Photo by Sandy Liu The majority of students report being more stressed by tests than anything else in their lives, according to American Test Anxieties Association. With finals quickly approaching, the Student Success Center offered a chance for students to learn how to overcome test taking anxiety in a workshop on Thursday, Nov. 9 at […]
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 […]