Student Success Resources


Uwill is a leading mental health and wellness solution that allows students to connect immediately–or on their preferred timeline–with licensed mental health counselors based on their unique needs and preferences.

With Uwill, you receive free immediate access to teletherapy with a therapist of your choice.

  • Choose a therapist based on your preferences, including issue, gender, language, and ethnicity.
  • Choose a time that fits your schedule with day, night, and weekend availability.
  • Choose your appointment type–video, phone, chat, or message.
  • Engage in up to six (6) video or phone sessions per year at no cost to you.

Contact: 800-456-6327
Click here to go to the Uwill login page, or copy the URL:
Contact your student success advisor for your login information.

Career Services

The Career Success team is a resource available to all Pepperdine Caruso School of Law students that will help equip students and graduates with the skills, competencies, and knowledge of career development they need to obtain and achieve their goals. The Career Success team offers individualized career advising to help you explore a wide range of job options while developing a customized action plan. Whether you are preparing for a career change or a job promotion, our team can help students evaluate career decisions based on professional goals.

We recommend that students do not wait until graduation to start realizing these resources. Here is a recommended action plan to help you make the most of these resources:

First term of school:

  1. In the first term, students should become familiar with all the materials offered in the Virtual Career Center.
  2. Update your resume to include graduate program information and expected graduation date.
  3. Consider short and long term professional goals, related to the academic program.
  4. Schedule a time to speak with a career advisor to target your resume toward professional goals, or make an action plan to develop skills to make progress on career goals.

Two terms before graduating:

  1. Create a target list of potential organizations, positions, and locations of interest.
  2. Create a networking action plan to start developing inroads at those organizations. Consult alumni or new networking contacts for warm introductions or informational interviews
  3. Refresh your cover letter, interview skills, and job negotiation strategies
  4. Finalize resume with relevant work experiences, internships, field placements, academic projects, and coursework.

Contact Information: (855) 832 – 9702

Virtual Career Center

The Virtual Career Center is a course in 2Pep that will be there for the entirety of your tenure as a student. It is meant to be a resource that you can complete on your own time, at your own pace. It contains numerous helpful sections, including Conducting the Job Search, Professional Profile Development: Branding, Writing an Impressive Resume, Writing an Impressive Cover Letter, Networking, Interviewing, Social Media Presence, and Next Steps After Getting Hired.

In each section, there are both videos and readings that explore each subject more in depth. There will often be exercises where you can practice the skills covered in that section, and additional resources are provided if you wish to explore the subject more in-depth.

Career Engagement Network

Whether you are looking to make a major career change, secure a promotion within your current organization, or deepen your knowledge in your field, the Career Engagement Network has resources to help you take the next step. This feature is exclusively for Pepperdine Online Law students in the MLS, MDR, or LLM program. 

  • Participate in a personalized career coaching session
  • Get your resume and other professional materials reviewed 
  • Attend career workshops, recruiting events, and industry panels
  • Take advantage of additional asynchronous career and job search tools

Reach out to your Student Success Advisor for access to the Career Engagement Network.

Pepperdine Counseling Center

The Counseling Center provides free, confidential services for students experiencing mental health issues. Services include individual, couple, and group counseling for a variety of concerns including depression, anxiety, homesickness, relationship problems, eating concerns, and addictive behaviors. Please note that students must attend counseling sessions in person.

Contact Information:
Pepperdine Counseling Center Website
Hours: Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Location: TCC 270
Phone: 310-506-4210
For after hours emergencies, call Public Safety at 310-506-4441

Disability Services

The Office of Student Accessibility (OSA) works to accommodate students who have documented disabilities. All new students must register with Student Accessibility in order to receive accommodations. Returning students will need to complete a Semester Request each term in order to activate services. Please visit the OSA Website for more detailed information and contact information.