Advancing the Academic Mission

The Center for Teaching, Learning, and Assessment (CTLA) exists to advance the academic mission and vision of the university by resourcing faculty in their roles as educators and scholars, as well as providing institutional data for strategic decision making.

CTLA is composed of six offices committed to helping faculty fulfill the academic vision of the university:

If you have questions or need support, contact us at ctla@apu.edu.

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Elsewhere at APU

  • APU Names New Dean of the School of Theology

    Azusa Pacific University President announces the appointment of Glendora resident Robert R. Duke, Ph.D., as dean of the School of Theology, following a nationwide search. Duke served effectively as the interim dean since May 2015.

  • Christians in the General Election: Peace and Politics

    As Christians who are both citizens of the world and inheritors of heaven through Christ, we must recognize peace as more than a feeling and as promise of God and the reality of the world to come.

  • APU Theater Department Presents Shakespeare’s As You Like It

    The APU Theater Department opens its 22nd season with their production of William Shakespeare’s famous romantic comedy As You Like It. The show will run from October 6-15 in the Warehouse Theater located on APU’s West Campus.

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