Admitted Students Information Hub
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Class of 2022
Dates to Remember
- April 12, 2019: Admitted Students Open House
- April 15, 2019: First Deposit Deadline
- August 12, 2019: Launch Week (Attendance is required)
- August 16, 2019: First Day of Classes
Here are additional resources to help prepare you to join the Pepperdine Law community.
Accepting the Offer of Admission
Please fill out the Acceptance Response Form below to indicate your intention to accept the offer of admission.
Pay the deposit amount for the JD program you are accepting in your Student Center in WaveNet, as a charge will not appear on your account. Please refer to your Offer of Admission email with your deposit(s) deadline. Deposits are applied to your first-semester tuition.
Life in Malibu
The best way to experience Pepperdine Law's community is to visit our campus. We have daily scheduled tours, class visits, and opportunities for prospective students to interact with current law students and faculty, which you can register for below. We look forward to welcoming you to our campus.
We are very pleased to provide a Travel Expense Scholarship if you ultimately are admitted and choose to enroll at Pepperdine. We will reimburse you, in the form of a scholarship, up to $400 for air travel and hotel costs.
Law students find their own housing but we are pleased to assist you the best we can.
Paid first-deposit admitted students can apply to our on-campus graduate housing, George Page, starting in the spring. If you need assistance, contact the Housing Office at (310) 506-7586.
Please contact the Office of Admissions for our Off-Campus Housing PDF at (310) 506-6787 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuition & Financial Aid
We recognize that a legal education is a major investment in your future and requires a tremendous financial commitment. We are committed to assisting our students understand the options available in financing a legal education, as well as educating them to make wise financial choices in regards to their education and life as a law student.