West Los Angeles

Update #1 – Pepperdine University Officials Monitor Protesters at West L.A. Campus

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While the protest at the building where our West LA campus is located remains peaceful, the landlord’s building security has ceased allowing access for the time being. Employees should contact their supervisors to make arrangements to work remotely until the situation is resolved.  Employees inside the building who wish to leave should contact Public Safety (310.506.4442) to make arrangements for Pepperdine Public Safety escorts.

We will provide an update by 11:00 AM. 

 

Pepperdine University Officials Monitor Protesters at West L.A. Campus

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Pepperdine University officials are monitoring protesters outside and inside the West L.A. campus building lobby. They are protesting another tenant in the building that has no relation to Pepperdine. The protesters are currently blocking first floor entrances and elevators, and denying access to higher floors in the building. Pepperdine Public Safety officials, building security, and Los Angeles Police Department are on-scene.

If Pepperdine employees are comfortable, they may connect with Public Safety (310.506.4442) to be escorted into the building by on-site Pepperdine Public Safety officials. However, if employees feel uncomfortable, they are encouraged to contact their supervisors to make arrangements to work remotely until the situation is resolved. 

We will provide update again by 11:00 AM.

All Pepperdine University Campus Operations Normal

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Pepperdine University officials continue to monitor several wildfires in Southern California. At this time, all University campuses remain open and classes will continue as regularly scheduled. If conditions change, University officials will update the community as soon as possible. Please continue to monitor the University’s Emergency Information Page for the latest information.

 

University Officials Continue to Monitor Wildfires

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Pepperdine University officials are monitoring several wildfires in Southern California. Currently, all University campuses are open. However we are evaluating conditions that could impact specific campuses, particularly Encino and West L.A. If campus conditions change we will notify the community as soon as possible. We will update this information by noon today.