Putting Students to Work for the Community
The Office of Community Advancement Programs is committed to providing student workers, community partners, and families/community members with resources to help meet community needs and improve quality of life for local residents. Supporting Azusa Pacific’s civic engagement goals, the office brings together community and university resources to serve and empower the community through sustainable programs. Learn more about the office.
Office of Community Advancement Programs
Azusa Pacific University, in partnership with Cal Poly Pomona and Citrus College, will once again create a hands-on experience offering an introduction to many different majors awaiting them when they are ready to attend college.
On December 7, the Department of Child and Family Services (DCFS) in Glendora unveiled six murals created by Azusa Pacific University art students.
Elsewhere at APU
Hosted by APU's Department of Communication Studies, this year's conference takes place Saturday, February 6, and will focus on "The Ethics of Authentic Communication in Private, Public, and Mediated Forums."
Wrongly convicted of murder, Nick Yarris spent 21 years on prison’s death row before his exoneration. He spoke to students in the new Department of Criminal Justice, describing his journey.
LyDell Cardwell ’15 grew up on the rough streets of East Palo Alto, California. Cardwell had every opportunity to get mixed up with violence, gangs, and negativity, but he didn’t.