Student Services

Career Services

The Office of Career Services provides basic career and vocational planning tools that encourages individuals, whether an undergraduate student or veteran professional, to discover their gifts and abilities and infuse them into their careers. For more information, email or call (626) 815-2103.

Graduate and Professional Center

The Azusa Pacific University Graduate and Professional Center houses Graduate Admissions, Graduate Student Financial Services, and the Graduate Registrar. Located in one convenient center, these offices work as an integrated team to provide students with the tools and services they need to enter and proceed through their graduate program. For more information, visit or call (626) 815-4570.

Housing Options

The Office of Asset Management manages Azusa Pacific University’s non-campus rental properties reserved for graduate, international and ALCI graduate, married undergraduate, other non-traditional students, and faculty/staff, as well as maintains up-to-date listings of housing opportunities for the larger APU and local communities. Please contact the office for additional information about available housing options.

The Office of Housing Services helps undergraduate students find housing in one of APU’s campus living areas and manages the housing sign-up process. If you are a traditional undergraduate student seeking housing, please contact Housing Services for more information.

International Center

The International Center oversees and directs enrollment and services for international students at Azusa Pacific University. For more information, visit or call (626) 812-3055.

Kern Center for Vocational Ministry

The Kern Center for Vocational Ministry offers guidance and resources designed to help students further explore and determine their calling to pastoral ministry. For more information, visit, or call (626) 387-5479, Ext. 5749.

One Stop

One Stop, APU’s Undergraduate Enrollment Services Center, offers a central location for undergraduate enrollment and financial services. One Stop staff members are available to help students face-to-face, over the phone, and online with questions related to adding or dropping classes, financial aid, transcripts, transferring courses, and more. For more information, visit, email, or call (626) 815-2020.


SoulQuest is the spiritual care ministry of Azusa Pacific University’s graduate and professional students. To help students at each APU campus location strengthen their spiritual life as they pursue their studies, SoulQuest offers a variety of resources.

Note: This information is current for the 2015-16 academic year; however, all stated academic information is subject to change. Please refer to the current Academic Catalog for more information.