The special relationships you formed during your time at the Graduate School of Education and Psychology don't have to end on graduation day. There are many ways that you can contribute to the ongoing mission of the School, while establishing connections with your GSEP colleagues and future generations of Pepperdine students.
There are many opportunities to give back to the Graduate School of Education and Psychology. Fellow alumni have donated funds for student scholarships, faculty research projects, library and computer resources and other worthwhile school-specific contributions. Every gift counts, even a small gift can make a big difference for our graduate students. Click on The Colleagues image below to make a quick and secure gift online. Alumni who make a gift to GSEP of greater than $100 ($50 first time gift) will become a Colleague.
If you are interested in learning more about the GSEP Colleagues support group, click here.
The Pepperdine Colleague magazine is published two times a year for alumni and friends of GSEP. If you would like to submit a "Class Connections" news item to be published in the magazine, send an e-mail or letter to the address listed below. In addition, each month GSEP sends out an e-mail to faculty, staff, and friends of the School to share what's happening in the lives of alumni and faculty. To share your news, please update your personal profile online or contact the GSEP Alumni Office at:
Graduate School of Education and Psychology
Office of Advancement and Alumni Relations
6100 Center Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90045
Telephone: (310) 568-5510
News can span from a new occupation to a published article. Be as creative and open as you want!
There are many great ways you can stay connected with Pepperdine by volunteering your time as a GSEP alum.