The Office of Academic Advising counsels undergraduate students who have not yet declared a major. To contact the office, call (626) 815-6000, Ext. 3715. Students with majors are advised within the department that houses their particular major. For more information, please contact your academic department.
Graduate students receive academic advising from their specific program advisor. For more information, please contact your academic department.
Learning Enrichment Center (LEC)
APU gladly welcomes students with disabilities and strives to provide an environment both physically and academically conducive to the pursuit of higher education. The Learning Enrichment Center coordinates services and academic accommodations for students with disabilities. For more information, visit www.apu.edu/lec/, or call (626) 815-3849 or (626) 815-3873 (TDD).
Azusa Pacific University’s libraries include the William V. Marshburn Memorial Library, the Hugh and Hazel Darling Library, James L. Stamps Theological Library, and seven regional center libraries. A unified catalog identifies 215,000 books, 1,900 print serial titles and media, and provides access to more than 57 million through interlibrary loan. Students may use APU ID card to check out materials or remotely access electronic resources and online databases with their APU NetID.
For more information, visit www.apu.edu/library or call (626) 815-6000, Ext. 5066 (Darling), Ext. 3847 (Marshburn), or Ext. 5613 (Stamps).
The Math Center
The Math Center (Segerstrom Science Center 170) provides additional opportunities for APU students who need assistance at all levels of mathematics. Student tutors (mostly APU mathematics majors) are on site for walk-in tutoring from 2-8 p.m., Monday through Thursday, throughout each semester. The staff encourages learning mathematics by doing mathematics. The Math Center provides an excellent environment for math learners to develop and practice their math skills.
The Center for eLearning and Teaching
The Center for eLearning and Teaching provides quality learning experiences by creating courses and online programs that emphasize a sense of community. For more information, visit groups.apu.edu/dlce/ or call (626) 815-5038.
The Writing Center offers free feedback by trained writing consultants for writers from all disciplines and all skill levels. For more information, call (626) 815-6000, Ext. 3141.
(Formerly known as the Youth Leadership Institute)
The Youth Leadership Institute (YLI) was originally the result of a five-year Lilly Endowment grant that concluded in December of 2006. YLI’s programs have since been adopted by Re/New Ministries. Though not officially affiliated with APU, Re/New seeks to carry on the YLI mission of training and mentoring current youth workers in the field, and encouraging emerging student leaders in vocational or marketplace service.
Throughout the year, Re/New hosts activities focused on developing high school students into the leaders of tomorrow while providing resources for current youth leaders to transform their youth groups into proving grounds for future leaders. For more information, visit the Re/New Ministries website at www.renewministry.com.
Centers and Additional Programs
Graduate School of Theology offers rigorous theological study that prepares men and women for ministry in the Church and beyond, whether as lay persons, ordained professionals, or educators. A critical component in this preparation is the application of classroom learning through a variety of dynamic opportunities designed to merge theory with experience. The graduate school offers the following five opportunities for program enhancement: