Announcements: Hours of Operation: August 13-19, 2017
Hours of Operation: August 13-19, 2017
Articles: APU School of Education Hosts California Teachers Summit
Educators came together at APU as part of a statewide day of learning during Better Together: California Teachers Summit. The event provided space for teachers to collaborate and share insights that will serve them in their classrooms and schools.
Announcements: Dining Services' Welcome Weekend Hours
Dining Services' Venue Hours of Operation for Friday, August 25th – Sunday, August 27, 2017.
Announcements: Fall Housing Check-in
With Welcome Week and campus housing check-in coming soon, we know that many of you are busy planning and getting ready to move into your room or apartment here at APU.
Articles: New APU English Courses Explore Intersection of Literature and Medicine
This fall, APU students will explore the intersection of literature and medicine through a Christian perspective in two new English courses, providing them learning opportunities that will benefit them both academically and spiritually.
Articles: Working the Soil: How Bruce Baloian Answered God’s Call
Bruce Baloian, Ph.D., professor emeritus in the Department of Biblical and Religious Studies, delivered his final lecture, signaling the culmination of more than three decades of service at APU.
Articles: The Case for College: Rediscovering the Purpose of Higher Education
Studies indicate that the shift in focus from pure intellectual exploration to job preparation has neither increased the value of higher education nor rendered graduates more marketable.
Articles: APU Launches New Master of Arts in Music Entrepreneurial Studies
The Master of Arts in Music Entrepreneurial Studies, launching fall 2017, is designed for music, communication, business, or marketing graduates and entertainment professionals seeking success in the music industry as independent entrepreneurs.
Articles: South Africa Semester Celebrates 10 Years
This fall, Azusa Pacific's South Africa Semester celebrates 10 years of building relational bridges between people and cultures.
Articles: Growing Up the Winding Road
Collegiate baseball has taken Michael Fairchild ’17 down a challenging road. From coast to coast, with Hawaii and Alaska added in, he has developed as a player, met people from all walks of life, and along the way, grew up.
Articles: APU Forensics Team Achieves National Recognition
Competing against dozens of nationally ranked universities, APU’s 2016-17 forensics team beat the odds, bringing home sweeps trophies, earning national recognition, and scoring fourth among U.S. Christian colleges and universities.
Articles: God’s Design in Bacteria
Many of the recent findings in microbiology illustrate God’s good purpose in creating bacteria and allow us to marvel at the intricate and complex relationships God created among all His creatures.
Articles: Professor Black Goes to Hollywood
Lionsgate interviewed Gary Black Jr., Ph.D., associate professor in the Honors College, about the Christian themes in The Shack, their film adaptation of the bestselling novel, for a special feature that appears on the recently released DVD.
Articles: Justice For All
As citizens increasingly call for justice and accountability in the actions of criminal justice professionals, many positive steps can help raise the bar, such as training, technology, higher education requirements, and accountability for wrongdoers.
Articles: Orientation Weekend Checklist
Here are some tips for navigating New Student Orientation weekend as you join your new APU family and get settled on campus.
Articles: Understanding FERPA
Five frequently asked questions about FERPA asked by students and parents.
Articles: Through a New Lens
Walking around campus on a rainy day, you see things through a new lens.