We have partnered with Food Share, a local nonprofit organization serving Ventura County. Food Share has been providing meals for individuals experiencing food insecurity since 1978. Today, staff and volunteers distribute more than 17 million pounds of food, or more than 20 million meals annually through its 190 pantry and program partners. We are excited to invite you to support Food Share by participating in our food drive!
Pepperdine Community Members: As we re-establish ourselves this fall into a new norm, we hope that you'll partner with us and communicate any wellness, learning and development, or other initiatives that you'd think would be of benefit to Pepperdine faculty and staff.
Human Resources is glad to provide you with the information and resources as you prepare to return to campus. In this featured post, you can find information about campus spaces and facilities.
August 2, 2021 | 8 AM - 1 PM | Pepperdine continues to make plans to fully reopen its campuses in anticipation of the fall semester and welcome the Waves community home. As recently communicated, all staff are expected to return to campus no later than Monday, August 2.
One of our community’s greatest strengths is how well we take care of one another. As more of our students, faculty, and staff begin to return to campus, we have the opportunity to demonstrate this care through our understanding of and adherence to the University’s COVID-19 protocols. This shared responsibility also helps the University to comply with Los Angeles County mandates and is critical to ensuring the University’s successful reopening.
As members of the Pepperdine community, we are charged with maintaining the standards of the University. We are all responsible for practicing integrity, honesty, and fairness in our daily work. As a Christian university affiliated with the Churches of Christ, Pepperdine treats everyone with the respect and kindness that we have been called to show one another.
As case rates continue to drop, the University will be permitted to offer increasing on-campus student services, creating a need for the corresponding physical presence of more employees on its campuses.
We often say that the extraordinary people who comprise our community make Pepperdine special. That is always true, but perhaps exceedingly apparent in this time of displacement.