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Record Change Request

Due to an update to our policies, changes to Convocation records will no longer be processed. Please note that a record will NOT be changed for the following reasons:

  • scan in time and scan out time are the same
  • no record exists
  • you forgot your ID card and did not sign in/sign out

You are responsible to be sure your card is properly scanned for credit. We encourage all students to make sure they hear the beep and/or watch the scanner light turn from red to green as their cards are being scanned in/out. Feel free to request an additional scan if you are uncertain that the card was read properly.

If you have a question or another issue regarding an event on your Convocation record, please email convo@pepperdine.edu or visit the Convocation Office. You must do this within 30 days of the event.

 

The deadline to submit an issue at the end of the semester is Friday, April 19, 2013, 5 p.m. After this date, all grades are final.

STUDENTS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR CHECKING THEIR OWN CONVOCATION RECORDS ON A REGULAR BASIS.

Record Change Request Form

*- required
Student Information
First Name*:
Last Name:*
Campus Wide ID:*
Email Address:*
Phone Number:
Type of Request *
Contested Record because No Card
Record Discrepancy (e.g., contesting a tardy, left early or too late)
Record Error (e.g., credit does not appear when it should)
Event Information and Nature of the Problem
Event Title or Speaker:*
Event Date:*
Event Time:*
Describe in detail what the speaker discussed. What did you think about the speaker's approach to the topic? What's your reaction to the presentation overall?*
Describe the nature of the problem (why you are filling out this form):

*   I certify that I participated in the Convocation/Chapel program at the time and date referenced above, as stated in this Convocation Record Change Request Form. I hereby submit this form, acknowledging that my submission is wholeheartedly accurate and true. I understand that dishonesty in any form (e.g., misrepresenting my own Convocation/Chapel attendance, asking others about program details, etc.) is considered a violation of the Code of Student Conduct, and will be referred to the Judicial Administrator for review. All violations are taken very seriously, especially those that compromise the honor and integrity of this institution and its educational enterprise.