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Offi ce, and Spiritual Life Advisors in the student residence halls.


A vibrant community Pepperdine’s residential campus is home to approximately 3,400 under- graduate students hand-selected from diverse cultural, socioeconomic, reli- gious, ethnic, geographic, and rigorous academic backgrounds. With more than 110 student clubs and organiza- tions, an active student government, Greek life, a strong athletic tradition, more than 1,000 on-campus events each year, intramural and club sports, student-led spiritual life activities ev- ery day of the week, and theater and dance productions, there is always an activity to join and an opportunity for you to build lasting friendships.


An international experience When you are a Pepperdine student, the world is at your fi ngertips. Study with Pepperdine faculty and fellow students in Pepperdine-owned facilities around the world. More than 60% of students participate in one of Pepperdine’s highly regarded


international programs, which are ranked in the top fi ve by the Institute for International Education for under- graduate study abroad participation. International program locations include Buenos Aires, Argentina; London, England; Lausanne, Switzerland; Heidelberg, Germany; Florence, Italy; Shanghai, China; and Washington, DC.


The Pepperdine impact A degree from Pepperdine is highly valued and respected in a competitive global marketplace. Choosing to en- roll at Pepperdine not only launches a personal,


academic, and spiritual


transformative journey but also a practical foundation that is rooted in ethical decision-making, real-world application, and a supportive


Pepperdine At A Glance FALL 2019 ADMIT AVERAGES (MID-50%) First-year GPA: 3.64–3.97 Transfer GPA: 3.52–3.94 SAT total: 1300–1450 ACT composite: 28–32


FAST FACTS 45 majors and 40 minors 13:1 student-faculty ratio Approximately 3,400 undergraduate students


Students representing all 50 states and more than 70 countries 40% male, 60% female Average class size of 19 students


APPLICATION DEADLINES Early Action: November 1 Regular Decision: January 15


FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE


More than 88% of undergraduate students received some form of fi nancial assistance during the 2018–2019 academic year.


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community. Approximately 94% of the 2018 graduating class participated in internships, student teaching, on- or off-campus employment, and un- dergraduate research.


Pepperdine’s


four-year graduation rate is 76%, which is approximately 35% higher than the national average.


University mission statement Pepperdine is a Christian university committed to the highest standards of academic excellence and Christian values, where students are strength- ened for lives of purpose, service, and leadership. 


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