Directors and Staff
Reg CodringtonExecutive Director and Pietermaritzburg Director
Reg Codrington coordinates the APU South Africa Semester through its subsidiary, Azusa Pacific International Education Foundation. He is an adjunct faculty member in the Division of Religion and Philosophy. An educator with a D.Ed. from the University of South Africa, and an ordained minister with a Licentiate in Theology (Honours), he served for many years as the Southern Africa Coordinator for the Accrediting Council for Theological Education in Africa (ACTEA). He teaches Life and Teachings of Jesus (UBBL 330) at the APU Pietermaritzburg campus.
Kevin O’DonoghueAssistant Director and Cape Town Director
Kevin O’Donoghue is from Fish Hoek in the Western Cape. After completing his schooling, he went to the University of Cape Town where he obtained a B.A. degree majoring in history and German, a post-graduate teacher’s qualification, an Honors degree in development studies, and an M.Phil. degree in monitoring and evaluation. He is currently completing his PhD in evaluation studies through the same university. O’Donoghue brings considerable experience in working with students, both in South Africa and as leader of a Study Abroad team that spent time in the USA. He is in charge of the Cape Town program and teaches Principles and Practices of Community Engagement (GLBL 355) and Applied Statistics (PSYC 299).
Student Life Coordinator
Janet CroftPietermaritzburg Coordinator
Janet Croft is from Hilton, a little village on the outskirts of Pietermaritzburg. After completing her schooling at Grace College, she moved to Cape Town. In Cape Town, she completed her Bachelor of Theology degree at the Bible Institute in Kalk Bay. (The Bible Institute is where APU students reside during the Cape Town portion of the semester.) Croft has a heart for outreach and missions. She has been very involved in various outreach projects in and around both Cape Town and Pietermaritzburg. She travelled to Turkey to visit some of the sites of the churches of Revelation. Since 2002, Croft has been involved in holiday clubs through her church, and she is active in the youth ministry there. She joined APU as one of the community life coordinators in January 2010, and was immediately loved and appreciated by the students.