Academic Year Housing

Drescher Grad Resident

The Housing Portal is now open for graduate students to submit their housing applications for the Spring 2020 semester. Come back later for more information on housing for the 2020-2021 academic year!

New Graduate School of Education and Psychology Students

Congratulations on your admission to the Graduate School of Education and Psychology! New graduate students who are admitted must follow these steps to apply for housing:

  1. Complete the "Intent to Enroll" form provided by Graduate School of Education and Psychology and submit it with your tuition non-refundable deposit. If you have questions regarding this step, contact gsep-admissions@pepperdine.edu.
  2. First year Graduate School of Education and Psychology students who wish to live in campus housing are required to make a non-refundable $500 housing prepayment to their student account. To submit a prepayment visit Graduate School of Education and Psychology | Student Accounts.
  3. To apply for housing, visit the Housing Portal to submit a housing application and sign the contract.
  4. After completing the application, you will be placed in a room by the Housing Office.

Returning Graduate School of Education and Psychology Students

Graduate School of Education and Psychology students who are currently attending classes are not required to make a prepayment to their student account. To apply for housing follow these steps:

  1. To apply for housing, visit the Housing Portal to submit a housing application and sign the contract.
  2. After completing the application, you will be placed in a room by the Housing Office.

 


Where will I live?

Graduate School of Education and Psychology students live in the Drescher Campus Apartments.

How can I make sure I get housing?

Housing placements will be given on a first come, first serve basis to those who have completed their housing application in the Housing Portal.

Can I select my roommate?

Although we do our best to take into consideration all roommate requests, we cannot guarantee that you will be placed with the roommate of your choice.

Since we are working with limited space, our office will not be enabling the roommate selection feature of the Spring 2020 housing application. Thank you for your patience and understanding as we work to meet the housing needs of a large number of students.

When is the deadline?

Housing applications are currently being accepted and the Housing Office will continue to assign graduate students housing until we are full, at which point students will be placed on a waitlist. 

 

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