Challenging Academics in a Close-knit Learning Community

Every year, Azusa Pacific University attracts increasing numbers of the country’s best students seeking a rigorous academic experience grounded in the Christian faith. The university has expanded the institution’s investment in academically-gifted students by establishing the Honors College.

The Honors College telos—its aim, purpose, end—is to educate the next generation of intellectually-gifted Christian leaders, helping them develop the moral and intellectual virtue—the right habits of the heart and of the mind—to become the leaders we hope for in our future.

Learn more about the Honors College and its benefits.

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