I'm also tryin to decide if pepperdine will be worth it. I have a full ride there and I'm still not sure. I definitley would love to live there and I know the school will be good, but the job opportunities on the way out make me nervous enough to think about it a couple times before committing to them and I have a full scholarship. I don't know how kids will go there paying full tuition. Crazy! No offense to anybody that is.
What are the requirements to keep the scholarship?
Pepperdine does a great job mentoring its top students--and the top 15% get a lot of fancy jobs--but if the scholarship is hard to keep and/or you're in at a t14 school, it might not be worth it.
I just have to stay in "good standing" Which I assume means not to get all C's and a D, or something similar