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Welcome From the Executive Director

Welcome to the alumni and parent homepage! As an alumnus or parent of Azusa Pacific University, you are a valued member of the APU community.

Our office provides a number of rewarding ways for alumni and parents to stay involved. I invite you to use this site to learn more about activities and benefits available to you. Our desire is to continue to serve our alumni and parents by keeping you informed about APU people and events and by inviting you to be active members of the APU community.

We feel honored to be able to serve you in whatever way we can. Please do not hesitate to call the office with any suggestions or concerns.

May God continue to bless you as you serve.

Sincerely,

Craig Wallace
Executive Director, Office of Alumni and Parent Relations

Did You Know?

A student is considered an APU alumnus after completing a minimum of 24 units at APU and maintaining good standing with the offices of Student Life and Residence Life.

Azusa Pacific News

Office of Alumni and Parent Relations

  • Major League MarriageRising Oakland Athletics baseball star Stephen Vogt '07 blends faith, family, and love of the game, drawing inspiration from his wife and daughter.
  • A Shot at SuccessJason Wyatt '93, six-time national champion shot putter and All-American linebacker, inspires youths to work hard and follow their own dreams in athletics.
  • Cougar Interview—Robert Taylor, M.A. ’97, Ed.D. ’06As superintendent of Walnut Valley Unified School District, Robert Taylor, M.A. '97, Ed.D. '06, navigates the district's challenges, placing children first and fostering collaboration among parents and teachers.

Elsewhere at APU

  • Theology Faculty Participate in ‘Why We Work’ ProjectAzusa Pacific University theology faculty Gary Black Jr. and Paul Shrier participated in a research project, funded by the Kern Family Foundation, examining the relationship between Christian professionals and their working lives.
  • The Science of the CrucifixionAzusa Pacific professor Cahleen Shrier details the physiological process a typical crucified victim underwent, to give new understanding to Christ's death.
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