Toward Educational Equity: Three APU Graduates Commit to Teach for America

Three Azusa Pacific alumni and first-generation college graduates will enter or continue in the teaching field this fall, serving communities most impacted by educational inequity as corps members of Teach for America. Read more

John Thornton Talks About New Book, Jesus' Terrible Financial Advice

John Thornton, Ph.D., professor and chair of accounting ethics at Azusa Pacific’s School of Accounting, recently published his new book, Jesus’ Terrible Financial Advice: Flipping the Tables on Peace, Prosperity, and the Pursuit of Happiness. Read more

Tending the Shepherds: Helping Ministers to Thrive

APU invests in the support of ministry leaders through the launch of the Center for Vocational Ministry, which cultivates resilience in ministry students and leaders. The center provides resources enabling participants to flourish in ministry. Read more

Music Faculty Performance Benefits Japanese Children’s Orchestra

Mark Szpakiewicz held a recital at Azusa Pacific to raise funds for the Soma Children’s Orchestra in Fukushima, Japan—a cause close to his heart. Read more

Innovations Enhance Doctorate in Physical Therapy Program

Azusa Pacific University’s Doctorate of Physical Therapy program gives students the opportunity to master new technology used in clinical practice through the iPad one-to-one program. Read more