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Assessing Data for Decision Making

The Office of Institutional Research and Assessment serves Azusa Pacific University by collecting, synthesizing and converting data into accurate and consistent information useful for decision-making processes within the university community as APU strives to demonstrate God-honoring excellence to both internal and external audiences. The office exists to help establish, plan, organize, and promote effective program assessment policy, practices, and procedures. The office provides resources, training, and consultations designed to help academic and student life departments successfully assess their educational effectiveness. The office also serves APU by helping coordinate and facilitate the academic program review process.

News & Features

  • Pew Offers GRE, GMAT Training Opportunities

    The Pew College Society at APU offers training opportunities for the GRE and GMAT, exams required for admission to many graduate programs.

  • Honors College Implements Comprehensive Curriculum

    APU's Honors College launches a new curriculum that seeks to recover the wisdom of the Christian tradition, instill moral and intellectual virtue, and reclaim the classical quest for truth, beauty, and goodness.

  • Fellowship at the Capitol

    Two APU alumni selected as part of the Capitol Fellows Program, a highly competitive fellowship at the State Capitol that provides hands-on experience and training for future legislators.

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