Contributing to Pepperdine’s Mission
With this, I am binding myself to a lifelong education quest that will not just be limited in the education I get from this school through the course I have enrolled myself into but in everything from which I could learn from. Increasing my knowledge, I am resolved not just to rely on my professors but that I should understand that I also have the responsibility of helping myself as facilities are put to our disposal. Being a responsible student would be the least I could do, though it might not be much, I believe that one less trouble can make a great impact though not to the whole world; at least to the community I belong.
Academically, I am prepared to do my best in all my subjects as it is my responsibility as a matured student and it is also my perception that doing so is the task expected of me to manifest the understanding that God has given me the authority to have dominion on my Eden. In addition, I am bound to commit myself to do, to my utmost capability the duties expected of a Christian student like being in the highest standard of values and ethical resolution. The increase in my knowledge in this university is supposed to help me improve as an individual and be a productive citizen as well. I believe in the saying that goes, no man is an island, and thus I, as an individual am a part and parcel of the community and should not limit my plans to myself. Extending my personal vision to the good of those around me is a natural effect of Jesus