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TFAS Becomes P4 Partner with Pepperdine School of Public Policy


TFAS is pleased to announce an exciting partnership with Pepperdine School of Public Policy. As a “P4” Pepperdine Policy Partners Program member, TFAS now offers tuition discounts and benefits to our alumni and friends applying to the Pepperdine School of Public Policy (SPP). With a shared commitment to founding principles in preparing the next generation of public leaders, SPP is an ideal partner for TFAS.

Pepperdine School of Public Policy says, “Over the years, our most successful and dedicated students are those who have graduated from or participated in respected social science programs and/or like-minded co-curricular fellowships. To recognize the academic and professional rigor of these programs and fellowships, we are excited to launch the Pepperdine Policy Partners Program—”P4″—making available these benefits to associated applicants.”

Visit the Pepperdine School of Public Policy website for qualifications and to learn how you can take advantage of this partnership today. The fall 2018 enrollment application deadline is July 15.


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