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.
In the first summer of COVID, Pepperdine reorganized Student Affairs. Ashley Mowreader describes the how and why behind the University’s decision.
GNews producer Christina Buravtsova speaks with Pepperdine students, administration, staff and water containers about the bustling campus as students return to Malibu in full force.
The Pepperdine Volunteer Center announced its closure via social media May 27, as part of a budget readjustment of the Office of Student Affairs. Students and alumni expressed shock and disappointment to the news.
Connie Horton serves as the vice president for Student Affairs at Pepperdine and also leads the Resilience-Informed Skills Education Program. Horton is a Pepperdine alumna, a licensed psychologist and has worked at the University since 2005.
Convocation staff members Gus Peterson and Anneleise Graf were let go days before the start of the spring 2021 semester. Administration has yet to comment on the staff’s departure from Pepperdine but promises more information in the coming months regarding spiritual life programming.
Pepperdine leaders take action to combat social isolation and bring members of the community together online.
Student Affairs staff discusses the Student Loneliness Taskforce and its mission at Pepperdine.
As the anniversary of last fall’s tragedies approaches, the university plans events to help students heal and promote resilience, and students reflect on how the university continues to influence the community.
As students enter into one of the busiest months of the semester, they can find ways to stay motivated.