The time international students have in the United States is limited. That is why Sharon Wakio provides resources and opportunities to serve international students and help their transition to the U.S.
Over the past month and a half, student studying abroad have fallen in love with the city of Buenos Aires. Abroad correspondent Chloe Chan small taste of her life as a student studying abroad.
Pepperdine will offer a new program for the fall 2022 and spring 2023 in Barcelona, Spain. Applications are due April 18 for prospective students.
For eight years, Global Learning Week has been a Pepperdine tradition to celebrate, encourage and teach cross-cultural understanding both on and off campus, said Greg Muger, director of the International Programs Malibu Office. With six events throughout the week of Jan. 24-28, students participated in activities and discussions to broaden their global knowledge.
Pepperdine altered the summer 2022 Florence program due to new COVID-19 regulations in Italy. Participants of the program will no longer study abroad for eight weeks, but instead will be in Florence for four weeks.
Students are regularly encouraged to study abroad during their collegiate careers. But with Pepperdine’s lack of diverse locations, just how far is the University allowing their students to go?
Senior Hope Dease said she is passionate about her faith and believes everyone is saved by God, no matter whether they accept Him into their lives. Dease said she uses her platform as a student to try to spread the love of Jesus to everyone she meets.
Pepperdine University is in the top 50 National Universities again. Maintaining this position for many years is great, but how can Pepperdine go above the top 50 rankings?
The University has provided several sporadic updates in the past year regarding COVID-19 related changes. In a remote setting, students need clear, timely communication to assess their future plans.
Pepperdine controls some statistics that describe the University — but not all of them. These two kinds of numbers, institutional and social, are necessary when trying to understand Pepperdine.