Pepperdine University Tuition, Cost, and Financial Aid
Pepperdine Is Possible: Financial Assistance
Your education is a major investment in yourself and in your future. At Pepperdine, we invest in you, too, because your success is our success.
Students can apply for a wide variety of financial aid programs, including grants, academic and departmental scholarships, and Stafford Loans.
Pepperdine grants are based on students' financial needs and overall strength as applicants, and are awarded as supplements to students' financial assistance packages.
Academic scholarships reward the academic achievement of entering freshmen and transfer students. Recipients typically represent students with the highest GPAs and standardized test scores. For students who apply and qualify for need-based financial assistance, the academic scholarship becomes part of their financial assistance package.
Many of the departments at Pepperdine award scholarships to students who demonstrate strong talent in the areas of music, art, theatre, debate, and science, among others.
Subsidized Stafford Loans are available to students who demonstrate financial need, while unsubsidized loans are available to students regardless of financial need.
Whether you're a first-time applicant, a transfer student, or a graduate/professional student, our experienced financial aid officers may review tuition fees with you and assist in creating your financial aid package.
Get started by contacting your school of interest below for more information on tuition, cost, and financial assistance.
Undergraduate Programs: Cost and Financial Aid
Graduate/Professional Schools: Cost and Financial Aid
- Seaver College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences
- Graziadio Business School
- Graduate School of Education and Psychology
- School of Law
- School of Public Policy