TRiO: Supporting First-Generation College Students

When you are the first person in your family to attend a higher education institution, navigating the transition to college can at times feel overwhelming. See how APU is bridging the gap for its first-generation students. Read more

Christians in the General Election: Faithfulness and Politics

The Bible identifies faithfulness as a fruit of the Spirit. What does faithful mean in the context of an election year so fraught with risk? Maybe being faithful means that we look to the future with hope. We trust in the One who is faithful. Read more

APU Introduces Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations

Azusa Pacific University’s Department of Communication Studies introduces a Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations, equiping students for success through an engaging framework of advanced applied practice. Read more

APU Conducts Groundbreaking Dead Sea Scrolls Research

APU professors and alumni participated in groundbreaking new research on the Dead Sea Scrolls, sponsored by the Museum of the Bible. The research examines 13 never-before-published Dead Sea Scroll fragments and represents four years of study. Read more

APU Election Events Inspire Unity Despite Differences

The Department of History and Political Science hosts 12 events on campus, concluding with an election night viewing party. The forums touch upon the central issues of the 2016 election, including media framing and presidential rhetoric. Read more