Student Affairs modified its pricing model for wellness services and expanded resources at the Student Health Center, Counseling Center, Student Care Team and Title IX Office. Starting fall 2022, students will pay a flat rate Wellness Fee to fund the changes.
Social skills decline and anxiety rises as some students step onto campus. Pepperdine students are relearning the basics of creating relationships.
During COVID-19, many Pepperdine students were relatively isolated. But now that we are back in person, how can Pepperdine adjust to meet the needs of students who are struggling to adjust to increased social interaction?
Senior Business Administration major Key Pearson speaks about her mental health challenges as one of Pepperdine’s top cross country athletes.
The Counseling Center reaches out-of-state, the Career Center urges job-hunting students to “hopin” and Dean Feltner delivers Seaver’s February COVID update.
Sexual assault is pervasive on college campuses across the nation, yet many students believe Pepperdine is exempt. Student leaders and staff discuss the reality of sexual assault on campus, including prevention education.
Support groups can help people feel seen, understood and connected, especially during a global pandemic.
With climbing rates of depression and anxiety, a virtual Fall 2020 semester coupled with the COVID-19 pandemic and socio-political stress takes a toll on students’ mental health. To better assist students and faculty, Pepperdine continues to offer virtual resources for mental health.
The School of Public Policy mourns Floyd Black, a first-year student who died Monday unexpectedly.
September is National Suicide Prevention Month, but promoting a kinder, more welcoming society should be a priority every month. Physical health problems typically warrant visits to the doctor, days off from work and customized treatment plans: Mental health concerns should be treated with the same respect and delicacy.