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Pepperdine campus recreation flag football game

Campus Recreation

Pepperdine student rock climbing

Our recreational activities enhance personal fitness, wellness, and enjoyment for students and the Pepperdine community. We offer a comprehensive program that includes competitive play, instructional and group fitness classes, special events, cardiovascular and strength training, outdoor excursions, and educational workshops.

Health Center

Pepperdine student at Health Center

Our Health Center provides high quality, multi-specialty, and low-cost healthcare to our students. We provide preventative care, timely treatment, and appropriate referrals when necessary. The Health Center is just one way we perpetuate the wellness of the whole being through body, mind, and spirit.

Counseling Center

TCC at Pepperdine

Our Counseling Center offers free, confidential services for all Pepperdine undergraduate and graduate students, including individual, couples, and group counseling; walk-in consultations; and outreach programming. We promote mental health on campus and in the Pepperdine community by being proactive, informative, and readily available.

Healthy Campus 2020

Pepperdine student at Waves Cafe

We are proud to work in conjunction with the American College Health Association to promote the Healthy Campus 2020 initiative, aiming to improve the overall health status on campuses nationwide. Our Student Health Center and Nutrition Peer Education Program are enhancing quality of life on campus through healthful development, positive behaviors, and a greater awareness of mindful eating.

Historical Spotlight

1944 Pepperdine students line up to give blood at campus Red Cross

Pepperdine students and others line up at the campus charter of the American Red Cross, which formed in 1944 at the height of World War II. Helen Pepperdine is fifth in line and Dean Earl Pullias stands at the back with President Hugh M. Tiner.

Courtesy of Pepperdine University Libraries Special Collections and University Archives.