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Welcome to Pepperdine University’s Emergency Information website. CURRENTLY ALL UNIVERSITY OPERATIONS ARE NORMAL.

This Emergency Information Web site may be accessed via a link on Pepperdine University’s Home Page at anytime. You may wish to save the URL for easy referencing in the event of an emergency impacting Pepperdine University in Malibu, or any of its campuses. During an emergency, information on this site will be updated regularly to keep students, faculty, staff, and family members informed with accurate and current information.

In addition to briefings which are posted during an emergency, this site makes it easy for you to obtain the latest information or road conditions affecting the Malibu campus. In the event of an emergency, the latest information will be posted at the top of this page.

Pepperdine’s Toll Free Emergency Hotline: (888) 286-5659. The recorded message is updated regularly during emergency situations.

Information about current road conditions is also available on the Road Condition Hotline at (310) 506-ROAD (7623).

To report an emergency on the Malibu campus and at all other domestic University campuses, call 911. Then please call the Department of Public Safety at (310) 506-4441.

If you have any questions, please call the Public Relations Office at (818) 702-1401.

Update on Road Conditions Near the Malibu Campus

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The Malibu campus is open, and classes will be held as regularly scheduled today, February 5, 2019. All major routes to campus are open at this time.

Drivers are urged to make personal safety their first priority, using caution and good judgment when considering travel along the roads leading to campus as fog, rocks, mud, and debris may be encountered. At this time, the least vulnerable route to campus may be Pacific Coast Highway from the south. Additional rain is forecasted throughout the day, and conditions may change unexpectedly.

The University will continue to monitor road conditions, and any critical changes will be shared on the Road Conditions Hotline at 310.506.ROAD. Community members are advised to regularly check the hotline before traveling to campus, especially during inclement weather conditions.

Update on Road Conditions Near the Malibu Campus

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The Malibu campus is open and classes will be held as regularly scheduled today, February 4, 2019. Due to the rains, Topanga Canyon Blvd is currently closed. Pacific Coast Highway is closed between Broad Beach and Las Posas. All other routes to campus are open at this time.

Drivers are urged to make personal safety their first priority, using caution and good judgment when considering travel along the roads leading to campus as fog, rocks, mud, and debris may be encountered. At this time, the least vulnerable route to campus may be Pacific Coast Highway from the south. Additional rain is forecasted through Tuesday, and conditions may change unexpectedly.

The University will continue to monitor road conditions, and any critical changes will be shared on the Road Conditions Hotline at 310.506.ROAD. Community members are advised to regularly check the hotline before traveling to campus, especially during inclement weather conditions.

Update on Road Conditions Near the Malibu Campus

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The Malibu campus is open and classes will be held as regularly scheduled today, February 4, 2019. Due to the rains, Topanga Canyon Blvd is currently closed. All other routes to campus are open at this time.

Drivers are urged to make personal safety their first priority, using caution and good judgment when considering travel along the roads leading to campus as fog, rocks, mud, and debris may be encountered. At this time, the least vulnerable route to campus may be Pacific Coast Highway from the south. Additional rain is forecasted through Tuesday, and conditions may change unexpectedly.

The University will continue to monitor road conditions, and any critical changes will be shared on the Road Conditions Hotline at 310.506.ROAD. Community members are advised to regularly check the hotline before traveling to campus, especially during inclement weather conditions.