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Pepperdine University He ponoi kula i hoʻokumu i ka 1937.
Tuition uku ma Pepperdine University ua $50,00 (Aprox.).
'uī Ma waena o ka Santa Monika Mountain? Uyie aa?, Pepperdine University ka mea, he Karistiano kulanui ikeia no ka mea, o kona picturesque wahi ma Malibu, Calif. Ke kula kokua ana i na mooolelo Kauoha Hou-muli o ka Ekalesia o Kristo. Pono nä haumäna e hele 14 uhane hanana i kau, ae lawe ma ka liʻiliʻi ekolu hoomana papa i ko lakou manawa ma Pepperdine. Aia no he Ekalesia o Kristo ma ka pā kula, e like me ka pono a me ka piha o ka haumāna, alakai ministries. Waho o ka ekalesia, o ke kula o ka haʻuki hui, ka Pepperdine Kimi, paʻi i loko o ka Māhele I West Coast hālāwai kūkā. hiki no hoi i nä haumäna pāʻani laau haʻuki, e like me lacrosse, a me ka triathlon pūʻulu, a me keʻano o ka kūloko haʻuki, mai dodgeball i kahakai Pôpaʻipaʻi. e ola Freshmen a me na sophomores ma kulanui hale noho ma luna o ka pā maloʻo, a me ka haumana uhane ola alakaʻi noho ma kela noho keʻena. About 25 pakeneka o na haumana he hana i oi aku mamua o ka kakini sororities a me na fraternities, nae aole he oihana Greek hale noho ma luna o ka pā kula.
A iâ lâkou e kona papa kula ma Malibu, Pepperdine University kaumaha puka papa ma Hawaii pā kula ma Los Angeles, Kekauoha, Santa Clara, Encino a me Westlake Village. Ke kula no hoi i iauaeoia ma Germany, ʻEnelani, Ikalia, Kuikilana, Argentina a me Hawaii, D.C.. Beverly Hills, ua 24 paha mile ka mamao a me Disneyland ua 54 paha mile ka mamao mai Pepperdine ke Malibu ka pā kula ai. Los Angeles mea e pili ana i ka hora ke hoa aku i. Ke kula, ua puka 'o ia ōlaʻi i luna' âlapa, like me pôhili Randy Wolf, kolepa kaulana Iasona Allred, basketball pôpeku Alex Acker, a me kahakai Pôpaʻipaʻi 'Olumepika ka Mêkala Nicole Sanderson, mawaena o kona mau pepeiaohao nui poʻei puka.
Kula / kekahi hapa o / oihana / papa / Faculties
Frank R. Seaver College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences
Seaver College offers bachelor’s and master’s degree programs within eight academic divisions.
Graduate School of Education and Psychology
Experience learning in action with our scholar-practitioner model. At the Graduate School of Education and Psychology, a hands-on approach is an integral part of master’s and doctoral degree education, as well as continuing education workshops.
George L. Graziadio School of Business and Management
Access a business education that suits your professional goals and personal responsibilities through Pepperdine’s full- and part-time MBA, master’s and bachelor’s degree, and certificate programs.
Kula o Law
Incorporate your personal values with a graduate legal education at the Pepperdine University School of Law, which houses the number one program for dispute resolution in the nation.
School of Public Policy
Obtain a master of public policy degree at the Pepperdine University School of Public Policy in a full-time program at our Malibu campus.
iloko o Feberuari 1937, against the backdrop of the Great Depression, George Pepperdine founded the university as a Christian liberal arts college in the city of Los Angeles. On September 21, 1937, 167 new students from 22 different states and two other countries entered classes on a newly built campus on 34 eka (14 oia i) at West 79th Street and South Vermont Avenue in the Vermont Knolls neighborhood of South Central Los Angeles, referred to later as the Vermont Avenue campus. By April 6, 1938, George Pepperdine College was fully accredited by the Northwest Association.
Pepperdine had built a fortune founding and developing the Western Auto Supply Company, which he started with a $5 waiwai kūʻai, but his prosperity led to his greater ambition to discover “how humanity can be helped most with the means entrusted to care. Considered it wrong to build up a great fortune and use it selfishly.” Mr.. Pepperdine voiced his twofold objective for the college that bore his name, “Ka mua, we want to provide first-class, fully accredited academic training in the liberal arts … ka lua, we are especially dedicated to a greater goal—that of building in the student a Christ-like life, a love for the church, and a passion for the souls of mankind.”
By the 1960s, the young college faced serious problems. The area around the Vermont Avenue campus developed issues with crime and urban decay; tensions also arose due to the Civil Rights Movement and attempts to circumvent it such as California Proposition 14, which challenged federal fair housing laws. The situation exploded in the 1965 Watts Riots. i 1969 activists in the Watts area threatened to burn down the campus; nae, they were talked out of it after all-night negotiations by then-President M. Norvel Young.In addition, the Vermont Avenue campus was running out of room to expand.
i 1967, the school began planning to move the undergraduate campus and a committee was formed to look at alternative locations, including sites in Valencia, Orange County, Ventura County and Westlake Village. Pepperdine favored the Westlake Village location until the Adamson-Rindge family, who owned hundreds of acres near Malibu, offered 138 eka (56 oia i) of land. Despite concerns over building costs on the mountainous site, the school decided to move forward based on its prime location and potential for raising donations. Construction began on April 13, 1971 and the new campus opened for student enrollment in September 1972. The campus and many of its buildings were planned by Los Angeles-based architect and urban planner William Pereira.
The old campus was sold to Crenshaw Christian Center, whose minister, Frederick K.C. Price, then oversaw construction of the “FaithDome,” the largest domed-church in the United States, seating over 10,000.
Pepperdine gained university status in 1971 when the school of law was added and the business and education departments became separate schools. I ka 1980s, Pepperdine rose to prominence as one of the United States’ leading centers of conservative politics, attracting many conservative-leaning professors from nearby UCLA and USC. Prominent conservatives on the Pepperdine faculty have included Bruce Herschensohn, Ben Stein, Kenneth Starr, Arthur Laffer, Douglas Kmiec, and Daniel Pipes.
i 1985, 1993 a 1996, massive brushfires threatened the campus with destruction, but firefighters successfully protected almost all structures. On October 21, 2007, fast-moving wildfires forced campus residents to relocate and shelter in the Firestone Field house and Cafeteria, plus evacuations of local homes and businesses. Similarly, another November 2007 fire in Corral Canyon, accidentally set off by a group of Los Angeles youths, caused an evacuation of the Drescher Campus. Eia naʻe, most students were off-campus for the Thanksgiving holiday.
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