Pepperdine University offers library services at seven locations throughout Los Angeles, Orange, and Ventura counties.
The Malibu campus of the University is located at the intersection of Pacific Coast Highway and Malibu Canyon Road. Parking is provided on campus. The Malibu Campus is the home to Seaver College and the School of Law, located on the main campus.
The Graziadio School of Business Management, the Graduate School of Education and Psychology and the School of Public Policy are located on the Drescher Graduate Campus, located above the main campus.
The San Fernando Valley campus is located in Encino on the second floor of the First Financial Plaza Building, two miles west of the San Diego Freeway (405). The building is a half mile south of the Ventura Freeway (101). Parking is provided in the structure behind the building, and the entrance is on Balboa Boulevard.
The Orange County Center is located in Irvine just east of the John Wayne Orange County Airport, at the intersection of Von Karman and 405 southbound freeway in the Lakeshore Towers Building III. Parking is provided in the adjacent 6 level structure. The Orange County Center is on the second, third and fourth floors of the Lakeshore Towers Building III in the Lakeshore Business Complex.
The headquarters for the Graziadio Business School and the Graduate School of Education and Psychology are at the West Los Angeles Graduate Campus at the Howard Hughes Center just off the 405 freeway. Convenient parking is provided in an underground parking structure
The Calabasas Campus is located between Las Virgenes Road and Lost Hills Road, with close proximity to the 101 Freeway. The campus features a two-story building with ample parking.
Situated near the top of the university's campus, Pepperdine's Odell McConnell Law Center surveys the spectacular beauty of the Southern California coastline. All of the law classes are held in the law center.
Members of the Malibu community are welcome to visit the Payson Library on the Malibu campus to attend library events and exhibits and consult the print collections. Additionally, members of the general public who wish to use government documents online or in print at Payson Library may do so with the assistance of a librarian.
However, computers, printers, and scanners in any Pepperdine Campus Library are reserved for use by Pepperdine students, faculty and staff. But, if members of the general public are interested in accessing the facilities and services you are welcome to join the Friends of the Library or become a Crest Associate. For more information about Friends of the Library and Crest membership see Giving.
Note: Interlibrary loan services are always limited to current Pepperdine students, faculty and staff.