Pepperdine offers the Wellness Program as an additional service and educational opportunity to faculty, staff, and students. We believe wellness is a multidimensional concept that includes providing health education to promote the seven dimensions of health. These are defined as a balance of physical, social, spiritual, psychological, occupational, intellectual, and financial health.
Promoting wellness involves proactively assisting others in increasing their awareness of personal and community health, helping to change attitudes so changes in behavior are possible, and searching for alternatives to improve health and overall well-being. A fuller measure of health and a better quality of life is within our personal grasp –the Wellness Program is dedicated to promoting a healthy family at Pepperdine.
Pepperdine offers the following programs and resources for all interested employees:
Resources include: Intramural sports leagues, Group fitness classes, Fitness center, Immunizations, Physical health screenings, Physician-led webinars
Pepperdine Family Picnic Day, networking events, and departmental team building
Bible studies, Worship events, Service projects
Employee Assistance Program, Counseling Center, Boone Center for the Family's RelateStrong
Supervisor training, Professional development classes
Lunch and learn classes, Training seminars, University classes to audit
Personal Finance Workshops, Retirement Consultation Services
Contact Human Resources for more information on the Wellness Program.