Residence Halls


Pepperdine University offers beautifully equipped residence halls, each with the capacity to house approximately 50 students. Each double occupancy room is furnished with two beds, two desks, two desk chairs, two dressers, and two small bookcases. Bathrooms are shared with one other double occupancy room, and have two sinks, one shower and one toilet. Students are responsible for providing their own linens, towels etc. Student's rooms are not air-conditioned and students are encouraged to bring their own desk fans. Lounges are available featuring sofas, tables, chairs, and air conditioning. The main lounge on the 3rd floor includes a LCD TV and a community kitchen. 

Los Angeles Ballet Summer Course provides experienced chaperones. Curfews are strictly enforced. No one may explore the campus without accompaniment. 


Dining and Services on Campus


Pepperdine University's dining hall offers full service, buffet style dining. Menu plans offer a wide variety of healthy and nutritious options, including a delicious salad bar. Students are provided with three meals a day on weekends and two meals a day Monday through Friday. The dining hall is spacious and offers beautiful views of the Pacific Ocean and surrounding beaches. 


Pepperdine University has an Olympic-size pool that is available at specified hours to all boarding students. There is a full-time lifeguard, and chaperones accompany students during pool hours.


Dining Off Campus


Monday to Friday a packaged lunch may be brought to the Los Angeles Ballet Center, or lunch is also available for purchase at Neli's Cafe, located adjacent to the Center. Lunch at Neli's is $10-15.



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