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Whether you are interested in a bachelor’s degree completion program, credential, or master’s degree, APU offers resources to help you find and enter the program that’s right for you. Learn more about application deadlines, requirements, and how to get started by choosing the services that apply to you.

Keep in mind that the application process should begin as soon as possible. Because one can encounter unanticipated obstacles, we recommend starting your application at least six weeks prior to the beginning of a term to ensure that all the pieces can be processed. If you have questions, please contact us.

Apply Online

Save time and apply online by going to and selecting your program of interest. From here, you can apply to our traditional undergraduate, graduate, international student, or adult and professional studies programs. You can also request a printed application online or by phone at (800) 825-5278.

Graduate and Professional Center

Azusa Pacific University’s Graduate and Professional Center serves the APU graduate student population, and houses Graduate Admissions, Graduate Student Financial Services, and the Graduate Registrar. Located in one convenient center, these offices work as an integrated team to provide students with the tools and services they need to enter and proceed through their graduate program. For more information about applying to one of APU’s graduate programs, visit, or call (626) 815-4570.

School of Adult and Professional Studies (APS)

The School of Adult and Professional Studies offers accelerated and degree completion programs. Students interested in the BSOL, Liberal Studies, or MLOS programs must apply through APS. The center provides their students with a one-stop-shop for admissions, student financial services, and the registrar. For more information about APS Admissions or any of APU’s degree completion programs, visit

International Center

The International Center oversees and directs enrollment and services for international students at Azusa Pacific University. For more information, visit, or call (626) 812-3055.

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