To begin your WaveNet experience, use your Pepperdine login at the University page to get account access. Pepperdine.edu hosts the sign in portal for students to access.
Before attempting to log on, it is advised to use Chrome or Firefox as your web browser and not Internet Explorer. Pepperdine University official website may have incompatibility issues with IE.
To access the Central Authentication Service, go to https://logon.pepperdine.edu/cas/login and it will load the CAS on the page. If your browser is out of date you may receive a security warning, as this page loads over a secure connection. The single sign on will display fields for your username and password to be entered.
To change or reset your NetworkID in the even of a lost password or forgotten username go to the password manager at https://myid.pepperdine.edu/ and have a new one sent to your university email. An alternative WaveNet login for Pepperdine can be found at https://wavenet.pepperdine.edu/psp/paprd91/?cmd=login if the main sign in page is down.
Hotmail, MSN, and Outlook email accounts that are used in conjunction with the Pepperdine MyID profile system may not receive a password reset message on their inbox. Try using a mobile number or different email account if you have one of those services to speed up the login process.
Students and faculty with continued problems can call 310-506-4000 and ask to speak with someone who can help assist. The information you want about Pepperdine University is available on the website or from the campus location in Malibu, California.
With over 7000 students served, the Pepperdine login page helps them connect with instructions, classes and courses, and view webmail messages. Seaver College, School of Law, Graduate School of Education and Psychology, Business and Management School, and School of Public Policy are all connected through WaveNet and the NetworkID system.
The five different schools at Pepperdine cover a large range of programs that are available for registration. All come with webmail accounts so that students can send and receive email with faculty. More information on those programs, the Pepperdine login, and WaveNet can be found below.