Get Involved with Alumni Affairs
Pepperdine alumni are committed to service. We recognize that our alumni have so much to offer beyond just financial giving. Opportunities include regional engagement, councils, and more.
Regional Volunteer Leaders
We rely on alumni to help us engage alumni in key cities across the country. Chapter and regional leaders assist with event planning, identifying regional opportunities, and more! Learn more about Chapters and Regional Programs. If you are interested in becoming a chapter or regional leader, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alumni Affairs manages and promotes the following official Pepperdine channels: Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Follow us on social!
Alumni Leadership Council
Founded in 2006, the Alumni Leadership Council represents our alumni constituents and advise the University on matters related to alumni communications and engagement. If you are interested in becoming a council member, email email@example.com.
Give to Pepperdine
Financial gifts from alumni provide an immediate impact for our students, faculty, staff, and facilities. Alumni participation in annual giving also helps improve Pepperdine's ranking, setting up the University for long-term success and increasing the value of your degree. Donate today to support a school, program, or club that's important to you.
Black Alumni Group
The Black Alumni Group hosts and promotes a variety of events to offer its members opportunities for networking and continued learning. If you would like to get involved with the Black Alumni Group, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alumni Engagement Five-Year Strategic Plan
This University-wide blueprint was developed in 2017 with the aim of fostering a mutual commitment between Pepperdine and its alumni, executed in a more purposeful way than ever before. Find out more and read the strategic plan.
Waves of Service
If you are an alumnus seeking ways to help others, Waves of Service can help you take the next step forward by uniting a community of people who love what they do and feel that it matters. Visit the Waves of Service website for more information.