The Examining Faith, Affiliation, and CulTure (FACT) at Pepperdine project is a collaborative project between Pepperdine's Office of the Chaplain and the Office of Institutional Effectiveness. Given that Pepperdine's culture is rooted in its Christian mission, the FACT Project is a longitudinal project designed to assess student experiences and perceptions related to faith and institutional affiliation.
The FACT Project launched Fall 2017.
The Food Access and Resources (FARE) Project is a collaborative project between Pepperdine's Student Affairs and the Office of Institutional Effectiveness. The project is designed to gather information on access and affordability associated with food and hunger among Seaver College students. California colleges are currently facing a new barrier towards degree completion: food insecurity. The United States Department of Agriculture defines food insecurity as a household economic or social condition which results in having limited or uncertain access to adequate food.
The FARE Project launched Fall 2018.
Research Reports & Results
Are Seaver Students Food Insecure? | FARE Infographic
Diversity Inclusion and Multicultural Maturity at Pepperdine | OIE Student Intern Research Project
Additional Research Reports