Encino Graduate Campus
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Encino Campus (Campus will be open through the Spring semester, May 2022)
16830 Ventura Blvd., Suite 200
Encino, CA 91436
Located in the heart of San Fernando Valley, Encino has various opportunities in healthcare, accounting, real estate, finance, and more. Graziadio is on Ventura Boulevard, a major LA thoroughfare, with fitness, dining, retail, and a state park within walking distance.
Students benefit from a renown faculty, small class size, personal attention, and rigorous real-world curriculum serving as Pepperdine MBA hallmarks. The campus features full-scale educational services: executive-style classrooms, faculty offices, computer labs, and reference facilities.
Encino is two miles west of the San Diego Freeway and one mile south of the Ventura Freeway. The Center is on the southeast corner of Balboa Blvd. and Ventura Blvd. Exit the Ventura Fwy. (101) at Balboa Blvd. and go south 3/4 mile. Cross Ventura Blvd. and make an immediate left into the driveway and parking garage. Pass through the patio to the lobby and take the elevator to the 2nd floor. Information Session attendees will have their parking validated.
Pepperdine University's Encino Graduate Campus to Close May 2022
For more than 33 years, Pepperdine University’s Encino Graduate Campus has served as a strategic educational hub for the Pepperdine Graziadio Business School (PGBS) and the Graduate School of Education and Psychology (GSEP), providing thousands of students with access to pursue graduate degrees in business, education, and psychology. Located in Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley, the Encino campus has also fostered the foundational hub for an expansion of satellite campuses across Southern California, including in West Los Angeles and Calabasas. Following a comprehensive review of all Pepperdine graduate campuses and in-depth analyses of the Encino campus and academic markets, the Encino Graduate Campus will close in May 2022.
“Like all of the greatest opportunities, the Encino campus has given Pepperdine both roots and wings,” said Nicolle Taylor, vice president and chief business officer at Pepperdine University. “It has served as a solid foundation upon which we built exceptional educational experiences at regional campuses and the entrepreneurial spirit to strategically expand and evolve this network, widening the University’s influence in Southern California.”
As PGBS and GSEP remain committed to supporting all students—including those starting in the fall 2021 semester—academic programming will transition to the Calabasas campus and the West Los Angeles campus as appropriate. Beginning in August 2021 and continuing through fall 2021, the Encino Graduate Campus will develop transition plans and collaborate with other University departments regarding academic and operational needs, including space utilization and moving considerations for all employees and involved programs.
“As we progress with the transition planning process, we will place our chief priority on minimizing inconvenience for our students and facilitating program completion without disruption or delay,” said PGBS dean Deryck J. van Rensburg.
This strategic decision was made in partnership with the PGBS and GSEP leadership teams, factoring in important faculty and staff feedback, marketing and enrollment forecast studies, space utilization, and expense consolidation related to campus facilities.
“This was not a decision made lightly nor is this a closure related directly to COVID-19,” said GSEP dean Helen Easterling Williams. “However, the pandemic has provided the opportunity for the University to further consider academic and operational planning that will best support the University’s mission while strategically aligning critical resources.”
This opportunity will also allow faculty, staff, and students currently at the Encino Graduate Campus to experience and optimize use of the newly renovated Calabasas campus, which offers ample space for classes and offices with upgraded technology and study rooms, more than 300 surface parking spaces in the building lot, an on-site fitness center, and restaurants and grocery stores within walking distance.
Additional information will be shared in the coming weeks for impacted faculty, staff, and students.
Pepperdine University, Encino
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About Pepperdine University, Encino
The Pepperdine University Graziadio School of Business and Management uses small class sizes and personal attention as well as rigorous academics to promote real-world learning and encourage networking among its students. As a professional school branching out of a Christian university, Pepperdine fosters within its graduates the urge to create a positive impact on society and the education with which to do it.
Located in Encino, the school serves a variety of California communities by offering Fully Employed MBA and Bachelor of Science in Management programs. These programs are offered in the evening and full- or part-time, making them accessible to working professionals of the region.
The admissions process requires you to apply online. Students interested in the school are encouraged to attend an information session, which will help them plan their program and courses. Applications vary by course choice, and can be accessed via the school’s website.
To assist with the cost of tuition, financial aid is available. Financial aid options vary by program, so it is recommended to check which programs you may be eligible for by visiting the website or contacting the Office of Financial Aid.
College life at Pepperdine is centered on academics. Student organizations and clubs like Marketing Society, Finance Club, Entertainment Club exist to help students find supportive peers with their interests, and further develop their professional abilities.
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Getting Around Pepperdine University, Encino
Excellent walkability. You do not need a car for this area.
Some transit. This area has limited public transportation.
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Pepperdine’s Encino campus, built in 1987, reaches students and community members in the San Fernando Valley. The campus will close May 2022, after administrative review. Photo courtesy of Pepperdine University
After 33 years of operations, Pepperdine will close its Encino Graduate Campus in May 2022.
The news came in a Public Relations’ email Aug. 11, detailing the University’s decision to close Encino and redirect operations to other graduate campuses in the LA area. Key factors included faculty and student feedback, marketing and enrollment forecasting, space utilization and expense consolidation, according to the PR email.
“The institutional strategy continues to evolve when opportunities arise, as is the case now with the Encino campus,” according to the PR email.
Located in the Encino Financial District, the Encino Graduate campus opened in 1987. Encino is a satellite location for Pepperdine’s Graziadio Business School and the Graduate School of Education and Psychology, with part-time degree program offerings for students.
“This campus is designed to serve and be convenient for all its students,” according to the Pepperdine website. “It is an environment conducive for the needs of all, to ensure a feeling of satisfaction, security and success for all the goals being pursued at Pepperdine University.”
The campus closure is not related to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the PR email.
“The pandemic has provided the opportunity for the University to further consider academic and operational planning that will best support the University’s mission while strategically aligning critical resources,” according to the PR email.
All operations from Encino will transition to the Calabasas campus or the West LA Campus with help from Graziadio, GSEP and Encino campus staff to coordinate the move.
“This long lead time is intentional to allow for ample planning and preparation by all involved and to give programs flexibility in timelines for moving,” according to the PR email.
Pepperdine will share more information to Encino faculty, staff and students in the near future.
“The University is grateful to those who have made the Encino campus a premier educational experience for our students,” according to the PR email. “We look forward to continuing our good work together as we present new offerings for our distinguished graduate programs in the years ahead.”
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Encino Graduate Campus
16830 Ventura Boulevard
Encino, CA 91436
The Encino Graduate Campus* in the San Fernando Valley is located on the second floor of the First Financial Plaza Building at the corner of Balboa and Ventura Boulevards. The Campus has classrooms and the Pepperdine Community Counseling Center.
*The Encino campus will be closing in May 2022. Upon closure, students can enroll in classes located at the Calabasas Graduate Campus.
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From the south: Take the 101 Freeway North and exit Balboa Blvd. Turn left on Balboa Blvd. and follow for approximately one mile. When you get to Ventura Blvd., go across the intersection and make an immediate left into the First Financial Plaza parking structure. The Pepperdine campus is on the corner of Balboa and Ventura Blvd. on the 2nd floor of the First Financial Plaza building. (Minimal or validated parking.)
From the north: Take the 101 Freeway South and exit Balboa Blvd. Turn right on Balboa Blvd. and follow for approximately one mile. When you get to Ventura Blvd., go across the intersection and make an immediate left into the First Financial Plaza parking structure. The Pepperdine campus is on the corner of Balboa and Ventura Blvd. on the 2nd floor of the First Financial Plaza building. (Minimal or validated parking.)
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Encino Graduate Campus
The Encino Graduate Campus offers convenient access to part-time degree programs in business, education, and psychology for students coming from the San Fernando Valley area, as well as access from points north and west via the 101 Freeway, and south via the nearby 405 Freeway.
The Encino Graduate Campus serving the San Fernando Valley is located on the second floor of the First Financial Plaza Building two miles west of the San Diego Freeway (405). The building is at the corner of Balboa and Ventura Boulevards a half-mile south of the Ventura Freeway (101). Parking is provided in the structure behind the building, and entrances are on Balboa Boulevard and Ventura Boulevard.
Students have access to full-scale educational services: executive-style classrooms, faculty offices, study rooms, computer labs, and reference facilities.
Learn more about Pepperdine's graduate programs.
Encino Graduate Campus
16830 Ventura Boulevard, Suite 200
Encino, CA 91436
Encino is two miles west of the San Diego Freeway (405) and one mile south of the Ventura Freeway (101). The Graduate Campus is located on the southeast corner of Balboa Boulevard and Ventura Boulevard.
- Exit the Ventura Freeway (101) at Balboa Boulevard. and go south 3/4 mile.
- Cross Ventura Boulevard and make an immediate left into the driveway and parking garage.
- Pass through the patio to the lobby and take the elevator to the second floor.
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