When paying for expensive private school tuition, it is easy to focus on the negatives of an online education. However, COVID-19 will not last forever, and Pepperdine still offers many benefits to its students during the online school-year that people should focus on.
Students have no voice as they pay for Pepperdine’s expensive decisions and indecisive leadership.
After the University announced all fall classes will be online, undergraduates shared their feelings and plans for the upcoming semester.
Pepperdine shared a more finalized version of the Pepperdine Restoration Plan, canceling all International Programs for fall, allowing for online-only courses and more.
A Pepperdine graduate student’s parent sues Pepperdine for tuition, housing and Campus Life fees for spring and summer 2020.
Attending school adds value to the lives and careers of creative students.
Student loan debt makes living life impossible.
Photos by chherry Yang Housing registration for Seaver juniors and seniors begins March 21 and with it comes increased costs for living on campus. For all Seaver students, a 3 percent annual increase is expected for housing, apartment rates and meal plans for the 2018-2019 school year. As reported previously by the Graphic, housing traditionally […]
Infograph by Monica Avila Tuition will be raised by 3.50 percent for the 2016-2017 school year, Dean of Seaver College Michael Feltner announced in an email sent to undergraduate students March 15. The cost of tuition next year will be $49,770, or $24,045 per semester. This is $1,680 more than this year’s tuition. While the […]
Infographic by Sarah Kiker Seaver College tuition will increase 3.55 percent for the 2015-2016 year, Dean Michael Feltner has announced. In an email to the undergraduate student body on March 26, stated that “tuition rates will increase from 3.55 pecrent from $23,220 to $24,045 per semester, or $48,090 for both fall and spring semesters.” However, […]