Pepperdine faces challenges in recruitment and competition with some facilities. Still, administrators say it’s “not where you are, it’s who you are.”
The University projected the new temporary fitness center to be completed at the end of 2021. Rain, COVID-19 and subsurface issues all contributed to a longer delay, and the exact completion date is not known.
Pepperdine’s Department of Public Safety’s public safety log publishes weekly crimes committed on campus.
Photos Courstesy of Design and Construction Team Payson Library will be closed for approximately 15 months, reopening sometime in November 2017 after to an extensive renovation project that will be coordinated by Director of Design and Construction Austin Oakes. The School of Law will also undergo renovations, while a new residence hall is also set […]
Photo by Marisa Padilla Updated at 3:00 p.m. on Jan. 24, 2014: Rhiannon Bailard, Associate Vice President of the Center for Sustainability, Governmental & Regulatory Affairs at Pepperdine was able to shed further light into the water leak that occured on campus on Jan. 23. According to Bailard, facilities personnel noticed a leak at approximately […]