Krown Suite-Style Houses
Housing and Residence Life welcomes you to the Pepperdine community!
Welcome home Waves! We are so excited for you to begin your life at Pepperdine. Please follow the placement process below to apply for on-campus housing for the Fall 2020 - Spring 2021 academic year.
May 15 - Housing Portal Opens
The Housing Portal goes live on May 15. Students must be accepted to the University, submit the "Intent to Enroll" form and pay the enrollment deposit (through WaveNet) before access to the portal is granted. If an error message appears, make sure your "Intent to Enroll" deposit has been submitted. After submission, allow 24 to 48 hours before the process is complete.
Once the portal has opened you will complete an application for the academic year. Students will have the opportunity to answer lifestyle questions that will help them choose potential roommates. You can use the messaging system to contact other students and select a person to room with until July 3.
July 3 - Deadline for contracts and roommate selection
The deadline for selecting a roommate and/or creating a roommate group of up to four people is on July 3 at 5 PM Pacific Daylight Time (PDT). Students who submit applications after the deadline are still guaranteed housing, but they will not have the option of selecting a roommate and may receive their housing placement at a later date.
For a step-by-step guide on how to create roommate groups, please click here.
Other important deadlines:
- Requests to be considered for a residency exemption are due no later than July 1 for new transfer students.
- Requests for housing accommodation through the Office of Student Accessibility (OSA) require registering with that office no later than July 1. It is important to note that most accommodations can be met in our campus housing options and this approval is separate from academic accommodations.
Krown Alpha, Krown Beta Houses
Each suite typically contains:
- Four double occupancy bedrooms. Each resident is typically provided with an extra-long twin bed, a dresser (or three stackable drawers), a small bookcase (or desktop book hutch), and a desk with chair. Each bedroom is 170 square feet (16 square meters)
- A suite bathroom with two sinks, two showers and two toilets
- A common living room furnished with a loveseat, lounge chair, and two sofas
On-Campus Residential Amenities:
- Live TV and On Demand (Philo)
- High-Speed Internet
- On-site Washer/Dryer
- Convenient On-Campus Parking
- Resident Advisors and Spiritual Life Advisors
- Live In Professional Staff to Assist 24/7
On-Campus Community Amenities:
- Community Rooms
- Fireplace (Indoor and Outdoor)
- Late Night Dining Venues
- Pool and Spa
- Fitness Centers
- Recreational Courts (Basketball, Tennis, Volleyball, Track)
- Courtyards with Grill
- Walking/Hiking Trails
- Late Night Shuttle and Escort Services
- Guard Booth and Patrolled 24/7
Frequently Asked Questions
What's my network ID?
Your network ID is used to sign your contract and is the same as your Wavenet username, in all lowercase letters.
What if I have already picked out a roommate?
That's great! Just ask them what their screen name is and search for them within the portal. For more information on how to create roommate groups, please click here.
What if I do not have a roommate picked out?
That's fine! You'll be asked a series of questions about your lifestyle preferences and our software will recommend compatible roommates for you to choose from. You can message other students to ask whether they'd like to room with you. You can also choose not to link up with anyone and we will place you according to your lifestyle preferences.
Can I choose my suite-mates or a specific residence hall?
No, unfortunately, we cannot accommodate requests to be placed in a certain hall. However, students may create roommate groups of up to four people (two pairs of roommates) that will live in the same suite. The deadline to create a roommate group is July 3.
What if I cannot access the portal?
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, CWID, and a description or screenshot of the error message you have received. We will respond to emails as quickly as possible in the order that they are received. You can also call us at 310-506-7586 during business hours.
How much does housing cost?
Please view our rates for our various living areas.
Do I have to live on campus?
Yes, all new and transfer students are required to live on campus per the University Residency Requirement.
How do I select a meal plan?
Meal plan requirements correspond with living areas, so you will not be able to select
a meal plan until you are officially placed in housing.
First-year and transfer students living in suite-style halls are required to purchase the standard meal plan or larger.
What meal plan options are available?
You can view your meal plan options here.
Are suite-style houses air-conditioned? Can I bring an air conditioner?
The suite-style houses are not air-conditioned. 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.
For information regarding asbestos in the residence halls and the measures taken to ensure the safety of our community, please read this notification.