Fellowships (Chinese and Japanese)
Japanese Christian Fellowship (JCF)
JCF brings the Japanese community together to learn about Jesus Christ, get involved with sports, and practice English. It has a membership of more than 60 people from APU and neighboring Citrus College.
Chinese Christian Fellowship (CCF)
Every Friday night, groups of graduate students, young professionals, and undergraduate students meet to foster a community where Christians can grow in their faith and non-Christians can learn more about Christ. There are two groups that meet, one for undergraduate students and another for graduate students.
The Honors Program provides the challenge to perform at a students’ highest level of excellence and the opportunity to develop their talents to the fullest. Eligible students will be selected on the basis of academic performance, leadership abilities, and exemplary character traits. Students not enrolled in the Honors Program may submit a petition to the Honors Program director requesting to register for an honors course.
For information on how to apply, visit www.apu.edu/honors/.
Multi-Ethnic Student Alliance (M.E.S.A.)
M.E.S.A., supported by the Office of Multi-Ethnic Programs (MEP), strives to develop a community that values and respects human differences. At the meetings students celebrate various cultures, discuss diversity issues, and meet new people.