Seaver students continue to exemplify academic success in the midst of COVID-19. More than 370 Seaver students earned the Dean’s List honor in fall 2020.
Pepperdine student absence policies have more impact on their lives than just in the classroom.
Seaver’s fall 2018 admittance rate of 34.76 percent is the lowest in undergraduate history, admitting only 4,212 students.
Watch Out for Senioritis
Congratulations, midterm season is officially over! No more fretting over unread chapters, last-minute studying curled up on a couch in Payson Library and almost crying of anxiety minutes before an exam. But that doesn’t mean you should procrastinate on those readings again and wait until the very last minute to start that 10-page research paper. […]
Graphic by Nate Barton Dear student, Relax. I know, I know: you have a 20-page paper due tomorrow that you’ve barely touched, it’s April and you’re still hunting for an internship, or you’re graduating on the 29th and you have no idea where your life is headed. Relax. You’re already doing better than you think […]
Art by Peau Porotesano College is an experience of a lifetime. Students from across the country and the world are thrown together to live in proximity while pursuing higher academics. Because of this closeness of peers, it is clear that a whole college education is not solely academic, but instead is academic in tandem with […]
A friend of mine from another university recently gave me an article that his behavioral economics teacher assigned to the class. When I opened up the ﬁle, my attention was drawn directly to the title, which introduced a term I had never really heard before: “Peer Effects and Alcohol Use among College Students.” Peer effects? […]
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