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 and Professional Admissions, Student Financial Services, the Registrar, 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.

News & Features

  • Office Closure on Monday, September 5, 2016

    The Graduate and Professional Center (GPC) will be closed on Monday, September 5, 2016. The GPC will resume regular business hours on Tuesday, September 6, 2016. Business Hours: M-Th 8:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m., Fr 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

  • Ready to enrich the campus life of your graduate and professional colleagues?

    The Graduate and Professional Student Association is accepting nominations for student representatives to work together to foster a vibrant student community. Graduate and Professional Student Affairs sites.google.com/a/apu.edu/the-association

  • APU Meets $3 Million Challenge Grant Boosting Art Education and Artists

    The Windgate Charitable Foundation awarded Azusa Pacific University a 1:2 challenge grant of $3 million to establish scholarships.Azusa Pacific recently reached the goal by raising $1.5 million, increasing the art endowment to $4.5 million.

  • Going on a Soul Quest

    SoulQuest is APU’s spiritual care ministry for graduate and professional students where the ‘ministry of presence,’ is more important than words, and Chaplains are free to minister, bringing spiritual care alive.

  • Mentoring: A Journey of Compassion and Kind Curiosity

    A mentoring relationship, has stimulated T. Scott Bledsoe, Psy.D.'s ability to promote self-confidence and diversity awareness with clients; and in class, teaching students important lessons about honoring differences in the therapy environment.

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