Student Life Challenge
The Student Life Challenge has been designed to motivate you to incorporate healthy behaviors into your busy lifestyle and to help you excel in law school. Your mind works better when your body works hard. Here’s how it works...
Who Can Participate?
All students, faculty, and staff at the Pepperdine University School of Law are eligible to participate, but only students will be eligible for the grand prizes as well as the prizes offering a free semester of group fitness classes.
Points may be accumulated over ten weeks – between Friday, September 12 through Friday, November 21.
How to Earn Points
Everyone is on the honor system! In order to be entered into the drawing for prizes, an online scorecard must be completed weekly. Points should be entered on a weekly basis.
- ALL SCORE CARDS MUST BE SUBMITTED THROUGH THE ONLINE FORM BY 5:00pm FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21.
(Note: Only students are eligible for the grand prizes.)
- The STUDENT with the most points will win a $250 gift Visa. The grand prize will be equally divided in case of a tie.
- All participants entering a scorecard with at least 50 points will be entered into a drawing to win a $250 gift Visa.
- (If you make the recommended healthy choices, you, too, will be a winner, regardless of your points!)
A tier point system will be used for drawings for other prizes. All participants that submit their scorecard by the due date will be entered to win one of five gift cards within the applicable tier for total points earned (one chance per entry).
In addition, one person from each tier (students only) will win a free spring semester of group fitness classes with Pepperdine's Campus Recreation!
|Tier One||50-250 points||Chance to win one of five $15 Subway gift cards|
|Tier Two||251-500 points||Chance to win one of five $20 Subway gift cards|
|Tier Three||501+ points||Chance to win one of five $25 Subway gift cards|
All drawings and prizes will be announced and awarded at lunch on Monday, November 24.
Parris Institute Contact
Danny Dewalt, Assistant Director for the Parris Institute for Professional Formation