Expectations for Student Leaders

As role models to other students and ambassadors for Pepperdine University, student leaders are expected to embody the institution's highest ideals, values, and aspirations, and to uphold its community standards. Therefore, students placed on University probation will lose privileges, including their ability to apply, campaign, or hold leadership positions for the time they are on probation. The following list, while not exhaustive, highlights the kinds of student leadership roles that are impacted while a student is on University probation:

  • Admission student workers
  • Convocation and Intercultural Affairs interns
  • Campus Recreation student managers
  • Career Ambassadors
  • New Student Orientation Leaders and Coordinators
  • Panhellenic and IFC executive board members, Rho Chis, fraternity and sorority presidents
  • Pepperdine Ambassador Council members
  • Resident Advisors and Spiritual Life Advisors
  • Student Government Association leadership positions (including executive board members, senators, class presidents, and any elected or appointed positions)
  • Student Health Advisory Board positions
  • Student Programming Board positions
  • Volunteer Center positions (including Project Serve Team Leaders)