We are excited to welcome our admitted students to Pepperdine University!
To secure your space at Seaver College/Pepperdine University, BOTH the Enrollment Form and the $750 Tuition Prepayment (Deposit) must be received by the Enrollment Deadline (May 1, 2018 by 11:59 PM Pacific Standard Time).
Quick Instructions: From the "Applicant Tab" in WaveNet, click on the "Applicant Services" link in the menu bar and then click on "Applicant Center." Both the "Enrollment Form" and the "Tuition Prepayment" (by eCheck) links can be found here. Questions? Please refer to the following instructions.
The $750 Tuition Prepayment is non-refundable and must be submitted in full. Partial payments, bounced payments, or submitting payment with insufficient funds in your account will NOT secure your place in the class.
*Please include the student's Campus-Wide ID (CWID) number and the full name on all transactions to ensure it is posted correctly.
The Form I-20 is the document that you must present at the U.S. embassy or consulate in order to apply for your F-1 visa. Please consult the instructions available on the embassy or consulate website where you intend to apply and review the interview wait time for the location where you will apply. F-1 visas can be issued up to 120 days in advance of your program start date. Allow sufficient time to obtain your visa by requesting your Form I-20 as soon as possible. To request your Form I-20 complete all the required steps on the International Student Data form. Please refer to the cost of attendance information.
All persons who intend to visit the United States (US) temporarily to pursue a full course of study at an academic institution must be classified as an alien in F-1 student-visa status. The Form I-20 is the document you will present to the US Embassy or Consulate abroad when making application for a student visa, and also when making application for admission at the US port of entry.
Students will not need to take any action until academic orientation. Pepperdine preregisters students prior to enrollment; however, the schedule is subject to change during academic orientation.
Advanced credits by exam may not be posted on a student's Degree Audit Report (DAR) until after academic orientation. Students should notify their academic adviser of any anticipated college credit by the add/drop deadline.
In your academic orientation program you will learn how to register for future sessions. Students will receive a registration date and will be able to register via WaveNet.
Students will not need to submit payment for tuition and fees prior to arrival as all charges may not have posted to the student account.
Payment Methods Accepted:
Please Note: We do not accept credit cards. Please also note that Checks, eChecks, and Money Orders require a US Bank and US Dollars.
All new students are required to attend New Student Orientation. New Student Orientation (NSO) is a program intentionally designed for incoming students and their parents. The program will include information on academics, student activities, student services, living on campus, international programs, and much more. Please be sure to complete the online Registration.
All international students are required by law to attend the International Student Orientation. Attendance will be taken at each session during the week (refer to the NSO website for times/location). Failure to attend the International Student Orientation sessions will result in a Registration Hold placed on your account. If you miss any of the sessions or leave early, you will be required to successfully pass a make-up exam.