Pepperdine prohibits students from coming to campus and has closed on-campus resources as a result of restrictive LA Department of Health protocols. Campus access and in-person resources are unlikely to become available this semester, according to Vice President for Student Affairs Connie Horton.
Emergency Operations Committee
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Pepperdine’s Emergency Operations Committee makes the university’s toughest decisions in emergency situations. Here’s what went into their decision to shut down the university due to COVID-19 concerns.
The Office of Insurance and Risk Management explains what to expect this semester in terms of emergency plans.
Art by Sybil Zhang Pepperdine’s four-day over-extended weekend has come and gone, and by now students and faculty have suffered through their postponed quizzes, homework and 8 a.m. call times. But at around 2:30 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 20 and all day Monday, Jan. 23, Pepperdine administrators canceled classes due to severe weather and numerous […]
The Emergency Operations Committee is among the few groups on campus that hopes never to see its policy in action. But behind every fire drill is a whole host of risk mitigators who quietly formulate the “what ifs” of an emergency situation. “Over the years, the EOC has built up an impressive store of experience […]