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George Page Apartments: D and E Block

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Built in 1996, the George Page Residential Complex is organized in four blocks of apartments situated around a grassy courtyard. D-block and E-block contain two-bedroom apartments where Seaver College juniors and seniors live. All residents have access to George Page Commons that contains sofas, a television, restrooms, a large patio area, resident mailboxes, tables, and chairs. 

Each apartment* contains:

  • A furnished double-occupancy bedroom with closets. Each resident is typically provided with an extra-long twin bed, a desk pedestal, three stackable drawers, and a desk with chair.
  • An apartment bathroom containing two sinks, one shower, and one toilet.
  • A kitchen equipped with a gas stove and oven, refrigerator, dishwasher, and a sink with disposal. Apartment residents are welcome to bring a microwave.
  • A living room furnished with a couch, coffee table, end table, and dining table with chairs.
  • Apartments in George Page D-block and E-block are not air-conditioned.
  • View a floorplan of a two-bedroom apartment in George Page (D-block and E-block).

* 715 square feet (66 square meters) total

Athletic and Gym Facilities

On the Seaver Campus, the Firestone Fieldhouse Weight Center conveniently offers a variety of exercise equipment for residents. Residents also have access to an Olympic-size pool, nine tennis courts, basketball courts, a track, and exercise classes.

Shuttles and Parking

  • Pepperdine operates shuttles that stop at Seaver College and other key locations around the Malibu campus.
  • An off-campus Malibu shopping shuttle is also available to take students to nearby shopping locations.
  • Residents with parking permits may park in the two lots adjacent to the George Page Residential Complex as well as in additional lots throughout campus.

The School of Law Cafe

During weekdays, the School of Law Cafe, located across the street in the School of Law building, offers a variety of hot meals, made-to-order sandwiches, prepared foods, and drinks. Student meal plans can also be used in the new fresh-food vending machine, accessible anytime to law students.

Rates

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I bunk, raise or loft my bed?

Yes. You and your roommate may bunk your beds by placing the upper bunk bed on top of the lower bunk bed. To raise or loft beds speak with your resident advisors about getting the necessary tools and parts or contact the Housing and Residence Life office.

Am I allowed stack my bed on top of furniture?

No. Due to safety concerns, residents may not stack their bed on top of the furniture.

Is there air conditioning?

The majority of living areas at Pepperdine are not air-conditioned with the exception of Drescher W Block. Residents are not allowed to install air conditioners of any kind. Portable fans are allowed as long as the window screen remains in the window. Nothing can extend from the window or the building.

What am I allowed to put on the walls of my room?

You may hang items on your walls by using small nails, tacks, or putty only. No screws or bolts are allowed. Do not hang items from your ceiling. TV or surf board mounts are not allowed. Surfboards may stored in the common living area.

Can I mount my TV to the wall?

No. TV mounts, large screws, nails, or bolts are not allowed.

 

Please refer to the Seaver Student Handbook for additional information about policies.

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