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Giving to Pepperdine University Libraries

Pepperdine Library Associates

At the academic heart of our educational environment, the Pepperdine Libraries are sanctuaries for study, which encourage discovery, contemplation, social discourse and creative expression. As the information universe continues to evolve, our goal is to remain responsive to users' needs by providing seamless access to the resources essential for learning, teaching and research.

Mark Roosa, MLIS, Dean of Libraries

The Pepperdine Libraries

The Pepperdine Libraries provide a global gateway to knowledge, by serving the needs of our diverse users through personalized service at seven campus locations and online. We support the unique programs of each school by providing access to over 1 million print and electronic volumes that can be used at home, in the classroom, and on the go.

We Need You

The Pepperdine Libraries strive to make a positive impact in the lives of our students so that they are equipped to change the world through critical and creative thinking. We invite you to help us launch the next generation of service-oriented leaders into the world by becoming a Library Associate!

As an Associate you will be recognized for your leadership, broaden your personal and professional network, and enhance Pepperdine's reputation. You will enjoy the perks of membership, which include invitations to various lectures and events including the annual Associates black-tie gala. Most importantly, you will dramatically impact the student experience as you help meet the library goals – expanding holdings, providing personalized customer service, and improving access to information!

Associates often choose to make an unrestricted gift of $1000+ directly to the Library Associates program, which supports the most immediate and essential goals. However, you may choose to direct your support to a specific program within the Libraries.

Designate Your Associate Gift

Library Associate (Annual gift of $1000+)
Greatest Need
Special Collections
Digital Initiatives

Learn more by calling (310) 506-4252.

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