About the Regional Center
The Ventura County Regional Center, a direct extension of APU’s main campus in Azusa, offers a wide variety of master’s degrees and credential programs. All courses are offered in the evening and are taught by both full-time faculty and local adjunct professors.
Friendly, experienced faculty and staff members are available Monday–Thursday, 9 a.m.–7 p.m., and Friday, 9 a.m.–1 p.m. to assist students with everything from registration to finding their classrooms. The faculty and staff at the Ventura County Regional Center strive to provide quality, professional service while maintaining an open, relaxed, and personal atmosphere.
Facilities: 12 attractive, comfortable, and well-maintained classrooms, including:
- Eight technologically advanced classrooms equipped with high-powered computers linked to multimedia projectors
- One multimedia computer lab
- A library with Internet, database, and advanced search access
- Access to eating facilities across the street from the campus
All Access Wireless Network
APU’s wireless network, All Access, is available at each regional center location, allowing students, faculty, and staff to connect to the Internet, use email, chat, and search library resources without cables. For more information, visit reznet.apu.edu/networkservices/.
Additional APU Resources
In addition to taking conveniently scheduled and located classes, APU graduate students studying at the regional centers may also access resources housed on the Azusa campus.