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Seaver Summer School supports the mission and goals of the university by offering academically rigorous classes in an environment that supports growth in service, purpose, and leadership. A wide variety of classes are offered for Seaver undergraduate and graduate students over three month-long sessions beginning in May and ending in late July. Summer School provides an excellent opportunity for students to make progress toward their degrees.

Summer Internship and Scholarship Information

Frequently Asked Questions

Will my financial aid apply to summer school?

To estimate your summer school costs as well as financial aid reward, try out the Summer School Estimator. Financial assistance queries will be best answered by the Office of Financial Assistance.

Students not making satisfactory academic progress will not be eligible for financial assistance over the summer.

How much is room and board for the summer?

Seaver students can live on campus at the discounted rate of $105 per session with the following conditions:

  • The discount applies to double-occupancy rooms only; the apartments in Drescher and George Page do not qualify.
  • You must be enrolled in units for the summer. If you are participating in an internship, the internship must count toward credit at Pepperdine to qualify for on-campus housing.

For more information or to apply for housing please contact Housing and Residence Life.

When/how do I register for summer school?

Registration for summer school opens with registration for the spring semester.

Courses can be added to your shopping cart through your student center in WaveNet, much like your registration for any other semester. There is no separate application for summer school if you are a Seaver student.

The course I wanted is full. What do I do?

If the course you hoped to take during the summer fulfilled a General Education requirement, there may be other courses offered which will fulfill the same requirement. To see which courses fulfill which requirements, visit our General Education program page.

If you would like to be placed on a waiting list for a course, contact the division office (e.g. the Natural Science division for a lab science course).