APU Clubs and Organizations
The Office of Communiversity assists undergraduate student clubs and organizations in a variety of ways, including directing the club/organization chartering process. Students who wish to have a new club chartered must submit the appropriate documents to the clubs and organizations coordinator in the Office of Communiversity.
View a list of clubs/organziations at Azusa Pacific University.
The office also assists clubs/organizations with the following:
- Programming ideas
- Poster paper and markers for on-campus advertising
- Attaining facility request forms
- Understanding university policies and procedures
- Fostering leadership and organizational development
- Finding funding sources
- Completing forms for clubs, organizations, events, and funding
Each semester, the Office of Communiversity sponsors a Student Clubs and Organizations Fair to provide registered clubs/organizations the opportunity for on-campus visibility and membership recruitment.
The Office of Communiversity is also able to allocate a limited amount of funds to registered clubs/organizations based upon submission of a Funding Request form and review by the graduate assistant for student activities and/or the associate director of Communiversity. Funding is primarily allocated to programs that will serve the greatest amount of students, enhance campus life, and promote club membership.
The Office of Communiversity in conjunction with the Office of Multi-Ethnic Programs supports and sponsors the following multi-ethnic organizations:
Asian Pacific American Student Organization (APASO)
Contact: Tiffany Chang, email@example.com
Black Students Awareness (BSA)
Contact: Calli Jackson, firstname.lastname@example.org
Black Women United
Contact: Lauren McNair, email@example.com
Japanese Campus Fellowship
Contact: Marian Mine, firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Sean Lee, email@example.com
Middle Eastern Student Organization (MESO)
Contact: (No one at this time)
Pacific Islander Organization (PIO)
Contact: Jared Shimabukuro, firstname.lastname@example.org
Third Culture Network
Contact: Kohei Shimizu, email@example.com
For more information, contact Debbie Allison at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call the offce at (626) 812-3053.