Pepperdine hosted a back-to-back commencement ceremony weekend to honor the Class of 2020 and 2021. The University chose to postpone the Class of 2020 ceremony from last spring.
Pepperdine’s new Provost, SGA succession and graduation guidelines.
Provost Rick Marrs sent an email to the Pepperdine community Oct. 26 addressing the School of Public Policy email marketing campaign sent Oct. 12. Marrs expressed concern for community members of color who were hurt by the campaign and Pepperdine’s affiliation with partisan ties.
Pete Peterson, dean of the School of Public Policy, shared a petition with Conservative News standing against “leftist indoctrination” of U.S. students from new ethnic curriculum. Conservative News shared the email with its subscribers.
Whether they’ve taught at Pepperdine for five years or 25, students, faculty and the administration regularly assess professors’ skills in and outside of the classroom.
Provost Rick Marrs will step down from his position at the close of the 2020–2021 school year to return to teaching at Seaver college.
Dean of Seaver College Michael Feltner and Provost Rick Marrs explain policies regarding campus closures and academics in inclement weather
Photos by Brandon Grinovich Pepperdine’s 80th annual Founder’s Day celebration called on students, past and present, to remember the foundation on which our university is built. “Age 80 is surely a good time for reflection,” President Andrew K. Benton said in his address. “In their lives of goodness, rightness and even oughtness our students touch […]
What started two years ago as a proposal by Provost Rick Marrs, then the dean of Seaver College, is now an active initiative to expand Seaver’s student population. As of fall 2015, the Seaver enrollment population was approximately 3,200 students; over the next 10 years the initiative hopes to reach 3,664, which is the maximum […]