The Graduate and Professional Center serves as the hub of resources and services for students proceeding through graduate or professional programs.
Housed in one convenient center, the Offices of Graduate Enrollment Services, Professional Enrollment Services, and Student Support Services work as an integrated team to provide students with the tools they need to apply to APU and proceed through their academic program.
Professional Enrollment Services
Student Support Services
The Economist ranked APU in the 92nd percentile as no. 102 among its counterparts. The position points to actual earnings that significantly exceed expectations and reflect employers’ overwhelming recognition of APU graduates as highly employable.
The Economist endorsed APU with the release of its research regarding the employability of the nation’s graduates.The report ranks APU in the 92nd percentile as no. 102 among its counterparts.
The Graduate and Professional Center (GPC) will be closed on Thursday, November 26th and Friday, November 27th for Thanksgiving.
A community of trust sets APU and its alumni apart—trust in 116 years of an unwavering mission to keep God First and represent Christ in diverse fields throughout the world. APU is continually calling and equipping difference makers.
For a small number of APU students, problematic emotions persist and hinder the ability to meaningfully connect with their coursework. Through awareness and open communication, we can help promote a proactive and less-stressful learning environment.
Graduate and Professional Admissions is open from 8am-5pm today! We will be closed for the Thanksgiving Holiday... https://t.co/Az7SEXFMfE
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On Friday November 20th from 10:30am-11:30am, the Office of Research and Grants is discussing non-federal grants... https://t.co/HrMvD4KvTd
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