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Posted on: March 30, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Eligible Malibu Residents Can Make an Appointment Now for Pepperdine Vaccine Clinic on April 1

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Appointments Available Now for Vaccination Clinic Hosted by Pepperdine on April 1

 Pepperdine University has received a limited number of COVID-19 Moderna vaccine doses from the County of Los Angeles and invites Malibu residents who are eligible for vaccination in the County’s Phase 1A and Phase 1B tiers to receive their first dose at Pepperdine on Thursday, April 1, 2021. 


Those eligible to receive a vaccination on April 1 include:

  • Individuals employed in industry sectors covered under Phase 1A and Phase 1B of the Los Angeles County vaccination program
  • Individuals with serious health conditions or disabilities
  • People aged 50 and over

Vaccine eligibility in Los Angeles County can be confirmed by visiting the Los Angeles County COVID-19 Vaccine information page. Please do not schedule an appointment if you are not eligible to receive a vaccine. By registering for an appointment, you attest that you are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine in Los Angeles County.


Appointments are available from 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM on Thursday, April 1 at the Pepperdine University Student Health Center. After checking your eligibility, you can register by visiting Pepperdine’s Sign-up Portal to schedule an appointment.

Once your appointment has been scheduled, you will receive a confirmation email with additional details, including a COVID-19 Vaccine Screening Questionnaire, Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine Fact Sheet, and Eligibility Attestation Form to print, complete, and bring with you to your appointment.

Bring to Your Appointment

  • Government issued ID
  • Completed Eligibility Attestation Form – sent to the email you provided
  • Proof of eligibility 

Due to the limited number of doses available currently, registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Appointments must be made in advance to ensure vaccine doses are available. Walk-ups will not be accepted.

Given the limited supply of vaccination doses available, please do not book multiple appointments. If you cannot make it to your appointment, or you make an appointment in error, please cancel your appointment so others may use that time slot.

If you have any questions please contact the Public Safety Office at 310-456-2489, or email

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