As another semester begins online, more students move to the Malibu area to regain a portion of the Pepperdine experience. Athletes arrive on campus to begin training for their sports seasons, while students seek better living accommodations on and off campus.
Pepperdine offers a vast array of scholarship opportunities for incoming and current students that strengthen the University community. Students share their experiences as recipients of financial aid awards like the Regents’ Scholarship and Christian Leadership Award.
Photo courtesy of Juan Carlos Hugues As a high school student, Juan Carlos Hugues was at war with his identities. Hugues now proudly identifies as gay, Latinx and Christian, specifically Church of Christ. Hugues, a senior psychology and religion major, served as president during the 2019-2020 academic year for Crossroads — now called Crossroads Gender […]
Pepperdine is working to equip current students and alumni with opportunities to develop meaningful human interaction and excel socially and professionally after their years at college come to a close.
Pepperdine students and alumni re-evaluate their post-graduation plans in response to COVID-19. Undergraduates and recent graduates said they feel discouraged by the bleak job market and continued social distancing in response to the pandemic.
The Pepperdine community employs creative strategies to increase student involvement and social event attendance in light of a virtual fall semester.
The Pepperdine Spiritual Life Office rolls out new plans for the online fall 2020 semester.