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.
Student Care Team
La Shonda Coleman discusses her promotion from Title IX coordinator for students to associate vice president and University Title IX coordinator. This role combines her existing duties with increased interaction and training with faculty and staff.
The School of Public Policy mourns Floyd Black, a first-year student who died Monday unexpectedly.
Pepperdine Administration addresses the concerns of its international students in a virtual Zoom town hall.
Student Affairs staff discusses the Student Loneliness Taskforce and its mission at Pepperdine.
The four Waves Food Cabinets start the process of combating food insecurities.
Art by Cassandra Stephenson Photos by Terra Atwood For Pepperdine University alumnus Amoni Henderson, class of 2017, a negative bank account balance forced him to skip meals and go hungry for nearly three months. Henderson found himself thousands of dollars in debt after several roommate agreements fell through, forcing him to take on more housing […]
Photos by Nicole Spafford A man opened fire in a Texas church Nov. 5 and killed 26 people, just five weeks after the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history that killed 59 in Las Vegas. Six days earlier, a man drove a truck into a bike path in Manhattan, killing at least eight and […]
A quick idea into the impact of the Student Emergency Fund
Infographic by Mariella Rudi Associate Dean of Student Affairs Tabatha Jones Jolivet (’97) pointed to a painting by a former student in her office at the Career Center. “Justice” is what was rendered in bright purple on the board, and it’s the word that encapsulates Jolivet’s entire ethos. This ethos is precisely why Jolivet is […]