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Pepperdine is an independent, private university located on 830 acres in the Santa Monica Mountains overlooking the Pacific Ocean in Malibu, California. The University is recognized nationally for its excellent academic programs and enrolls approximately 8,000 full-time and part-time students in its five colleges and schools. With a full-time faculty of more than 300 professors and scholars, Pepperdine offers bachelor, master and doctoral studies in a wide range of disciplines. 

Seaver College, the School of Law, and the School of Public Policy are located on the Malibu campus along with the University's principal administrative offices, student and faculty housing, arts, and athletic facilities. The Graziadio School of Business and Management and the Graduate School of Education and Psychology, headquartered at Pepperdine's West Los Angeles facility, also offer residential programs on the Malibu campus. Both schools offer extensive programs for employed professionals at five education centers strategically located throughout Southern California.

Pepperdine's new Drescher Graduate Campus is currently under construction on fifty acres at the Malibu campus. The Drescher campus will house programs of The Graziadio School and the Graduate School of Education and Psychology, and will also become the permanent home of the School of Public Policy. Plans also include an executive conference center, academic support facilities, faculty/staff housing, and parking areas.

Pepperdine has achieved a preeminent position with regard to its international campuses in Heidelberg, Germany; London, England; Buenos Aires, Argentina; and Florence, Italy. Additionally, undergraduate and graduate programs are offered through educational alliances with world-class institutions of higher learning throughout Europe, Asia, Australia, and Latin America. More than fifty percent of undergraduate students spend a semester or more abroad in international programs.

Colleges and Schools of the University
Seaver College, the University's undergraduate college of letters, arts, and sciences, enrolls approximately 3,000 students who reflect the highest standards of academic excellence and personal conduct. An interdisciplinary curriculum requires each student to develop as a broadly educated person. Bachelor's degrees are offered in thirty-six fields of study, the master's degree in six.

The School of Law, with a limited enrollment of 650 full-time students, provides an excellent legal education within a values-centered context. Special programs such as the International Law Program in London, the Ira Sherman Center for Ethical Awareness, the Pepperdine Legal Aid Clinic at the Los Angeles Union Rescue Mission, and the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution have brought deserved national distinction to the school. 

A member of the Association of American Law Schools and approved by the American Bar Association, the School of Law attracts students from the U.S. and abroad.

The Graziadio School of Business and Management, with approximately 2,600 full- and part-time students enrolled each trimester, has emphasized the needs of mid-career professionals since its inception in 1969. Taught by academically and professionally qualified faculty members, today's programs incorporate many levels of career development, from recent college graduates to senior executives of major corporations. 

In 1996, thanks to a generous gift from George and Reva Graziadio to endow Pepperdine's graduate school of business and management, the school was named for its benefactor and became the George L. Graziadio School of Business and Management. The Graziadio School is widely regarded among the nation's premier business schools offering superb programs addressing the needs of the international business community. 

The Graziadio School grants the bachelor of science in management degree and master's degrees in business administration (MBA) and international business as well as executive graduate degrees in organizational development, technology management, business administration for presidents and key executives, and executive master of business administration. 

Special programs include a joint J.D. and M.B.A. degree, in conjunction with the School of Law, and the M.B.A. Preparatory Program for international students. The Graziadio School is accredited by the American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and the Accrediting Commission for Senior Colleges and Universities of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).

The Graduate School of Education and Psychology has earned recognition throughout the U.S. and abroad in providing leadership and innovation within the fields of education and psychology. With an enrollment of approximately 1,500 students, the school's programs are designed to prepare professionals for service and leadership roles in education, psychology, and related areas. 

Master's and doctoral degrees are offered in various specializations within the education and psychology disciplines. Students are prepared for teaching and administrative credentials, as well as the marriage and family therapist license and psychology license. In addition to an excellent professional education, students are provided with personal attention in a values-centered context.

The School of Public Policy was founded in 1997 to strengthen the institutions that lie between the federal government and the individual, including the family, the church, volunteer associations, local and regional government, and the private sector. 

Within a few short years, Pepperdine's Public Policy program has brought significant recognition to Pepperdine as a institution which is dedicated to exploring the tough public policy issues facing society today.

The Master of Public Policy (M.P.P.) degree combines emphasis on the ethical, moral, and historical roots of free institutions with analytical and leadership skills to provide a foundation for influencing questions of public policy. A joint J.D. and M.P.P. degree is offered in conjunction with the School of Law; a joint master of dispute resolution and M.P.P. degree is offered in conjunction with the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution; and an MBA/MPP degree is offered in conjunction with The Graziadio School.

A Value-Centered Institution
The most distinctive feature of Pepperdine University is its commitment to academic excellence in the context of Christian values. Mr. Pepperdine's original statement of purpose in 1937 continues to resonate with the mission of the University today:
"Therefore, as my contribution to the well-being and happiness of this generation and those that follow, I am endowing this institution to help young men and women prepare themselves for a life of usefulness in this competitive world and to help them build a foundation of Christian character and faith which will survive the storms of life."
This dual commitment to academic excellence and Christian values is more fully articulated in the Affirmation Statement in the University's catalogues and publications:

As a Christian University, Pepperdine Affirms:
That God is
That God is revealed uniquely in Christ
That the educational process may not, with impunity, be divorced from the divine process
That the student, as a person of infinite dignity, is the heart of the educational enterprise
That the quality of student life is a valid concern of the University
That truth, having nothing to fear from investigation, should be pursued relentlessly in 
every discipline
That spiritual commitment, tolerating no excuse for mediocrity, demands the highest standards of academic excellence
That freedom, whether spiritual, intellectual, or economic, is indivisible
That knowledge calls, ultimately, for a life of service

The Faculty and Staff
Faculty and staff support the University's mission of academic excellence and Christian values. They serve as role models and mentors, as well as teachers and scholars; the faculty are committed to the primacy of teaching and learning. Virtually all faculty members (96 percent) have earned terminal degrees in their disciplines. Students and alumni consistently cite the quality, accessibility, and caring nature of faculty and staff as among Pepperdine's major strengths.

The Students
Pepperdine students come from all fifty states and more than seventy nations. The students represent a wide variety of religious, cultural, ethnic, and socioeconomic backgrounds. The University embraces this diversity, which enriches the educational process. Students of all ages are enrolled, reflecting the University's commitment to lifelong learning.

Athletics
Pepperdine University sponsors 14 NCAA Division I intercollegiate athletics teams-baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, tennis, volleyball and water polo teams for men, while women compete in basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, swimming, tennis and volleyball.

Since moving to Malibu in the early 1970's, Pepperdine's intercollegiate athletics program has soared to unprecedented success. In the last 24 seasons, Pepperdine teams have won 64 percent of their athletic contests, numerous student-athletes have garnered All-American accolades and several programs have earned national Top 25 rankings and advanced to post-season play.

The University's highly regarded athletics complex-which includes Eddy D. Field Stadium, Firestone Fieldhouse, Raleigh Runnels Memorial Pool, Teri Frahm Rokus Soccer Field, Stotsenberg Track and the Ralphs-Straus Tennis Center-provides an ideal training environment for Pepperdine's student-athletes.

Center for the Arts
Musicals, theatrical productions, dance recitals, orchestra and choral concerts, and museum exhibits are all part of Pepperdine University's acclaimed Center for the Arts. The Center offers a year-round calendar of exciting events that draw audiences from all over the Southland. The Center is supported by an active guild and dedicated patrons who ensure that the arts flourish throughout the campus community. Click here to go to the Center for the Arts website.

Alumni, Parents, Friends, and Advisors
Pepperdine is supported by a strong and vibrant constituent network composed of alumni, parents, friends, donors, volunteers, and advisors. The more than 60,000 alumni of Pepperdine University are highly successful in both graduate study and in a wide variety of professional interests. Alumni join parents, friends, and donors in serving the University through a variety of volunteer advisory boards, support councils, and committees.

History

George Pepperdine, the founder of Western Auto Supply Company, established Pepperdine University in 1937. He envisioned a college with the highest academic standards guided by the spiritual and ethical ideals of Christian faith. For thirty years, Pepperdine College was a small undergraduate school located in south-central Los Angeles. It gained university status in 1971 when a school of law was added and the business and education departments became separate schools. In 1972, through the generosity of Mrs. Frank Roger Seaver, Pepperdine opened a new 830-acre campus in Malibu. In 1975, the undergraduate program was named Seaver College in honor of the Seavers.

Pepperdine University is affiliated with the Churches of Christ, of which George Pepperdine was a lifelong member.  Faculty, administrators, and members of the University's governing Board of Regents represent many religious backgrounds, and students of all faiths are welcome.

For specific University facts, figures, and statistics, visit
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Past Pepperdine Presidents
Batsell Baxter (1937-1939)
Hugh M. Tiner (1939-1957)
M. Norvel Young (1957-1971)
William S. Banowsky (1971-1978)
Howard A. White (1978-1985)
David Davenport (1985-2000)

Current Pepperdine President
Andrew K. Benton (2000-Present) 

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