The Pepperdine experience does not end with graduation. Graduating students become part of a family of more than 80,000 alumni throughout the country and the world. The Alumni Association, with its main office located in the Thornton Administrative Center, room 307, exists to help develop a strong relationship between student and the university both before and after graduation.
The association offers many services and events to keep alumni in touch with friends and classmates, and to keep them up to date on the latest developments at their alma mater. Athletic events, regional chapters, and cultural events are some of the ways the Alumni Association serves both students and alumni. The Alumni Association looks to its alumni to help current students by career counseling, recruitment, and scholarship support.
KMBU-FM and cable television channels 3 and 6 are programmed and operated by students under the direction of a faculty advisor. KMBU cablecasts more than 100 hours of music, news, sports, and other programs per week to the campus through the Falcon Cable System. TV-6 also provides a 24-hour music and information service for the campus.
Tech Central is located on the second floor of Payson Library and offers total technology support for students: computer hardware repair service, computer software support, help with viruses, spyware, spam, and all other computer problems and scheduling technical assistance in residence halls. Their hours of operation are Monday through Thursday, 10:00AM-8:00PM and 10:00 AM-6:00 PM on Fridays. http://services.pepperdine.edu/techcentral
Cash meal tickets are available to commuter and residential students. These tickets provide flexibility and savings. They may be purchased in the Sodexho Dining Service Office in Tyler Campus Center. Meal plans are also available for on-campus students through the Residential Life Office. In addition to the School of Law dining facility, the undergraduate campus maintains a full-service dining room, a snack bar called "The Oasis," and a gourmet bean coffee house in the Howard A. White Center. A schedule of meal times will be posted each semester to accommodate fluctuating student schedules.
Pepperdine University School of Law is committed to complying with all mandates set forth in Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, and the Americans with Disabilities Act. Students with disabilities requesting accommodation should contact the university's Disability Services Office (DSO) before their academic program begins. It is the University's intent to provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities to the extent it is readily achievable to do so. In determining what appropriate accommodations are to be provided, the DSO will engage in a conscientious and diligent process with the student. The University is unable, however, to make accommodations that are unduly burdensome or that fundamentally alter the nature of the service, program, or activity.
Inquiries should be directed to the Director of DSO at (310) 506-6500. Please visit the DSO website at http://www.pepperdine.edu/disabilityservices for further information and for the University Policy for Accommodating Students and Applicants with Disabilities.
The Campus Mail Service is located at FM&P Pad, Building 48. All incoming mail for the University and the student body is received, processed, and disseminated through the Campus Mail Service. Students may mail letters or postal packages, and purchase stamps at the Mail Services resale window during business hours of 9:00 am. to 4:00 pm. Packages must be ready for mailing, as no wrapping supplies are sold by Mail Services.
The university also provides United Parcel Service (U.P.S.) shipping and receiving services through Central Receiving in the Warehouse. Only items meeting U.P.S. standards will be accepted (i.e., no refrigeration, etc.). Students can send or retrieve packages (excluding C.O.D. shipments) at Central Receiving in the Warehouse (extension 4268) from 8:30 am. to 4:30 pm., Monday through Friday. Students will be notified through Campus Mail Service of regular packages received at Central Receiving. Students will need to provide their own transportation when claiming packages. After repeated notices, any package not claimed within 30 days is subject to public auction. To receive shipments on campus via U.P.S., send to:
Attention: Central Receiving
24255 Pacific Coast Hwy. (your box number)
Malibu, CA 90263-(your box number)
Pepperdine University regularly presents nationally and internationally acclaimed performing artists. Substantially discounted tickets for students, HOT TIX, are available for many events. http://arts.pepperdine.edu
Corniche Travel is a full-service travel agency located at FM&P pad in Business Services next to Printing Services. You may make all your travel arrangements in person or by phone 310-506-4562.
There is a Versateller machine on the Seaver campus. It is next to the student lounge in the Tyler Campus Center.