Supporting Your Student

Submit a Prayer Request

If you know that your student is having trouble in any way or just needs encouragement or praise, feel free to contact the Office of the Campus Pastors at, or fill out the form below.

Fill out my online form.

Local Churches

Although APU offers multiple chapel services throughout the week for students, faculty, and staff, each member of the APU community is encouraged to find a church of their own for additional fellowship and worship. For students who are new to APU and the Azusa area, there are dozens of local churches that students are welcome to visit.

Browse a list of local churches by denomination on the Office of the Campus Pastors’ Church Listing page.

Mail and Care Packages

Letters and Packages

If you plan on sending mail to your student, address the letter or package as follows:


Student’s Name, Unit ####
Azusa Pacific University
PO Box 9521
Azusa, CA 91702

UPS and Federal Express Delivery

Student’s Name, Unit ####
Azusa Pacific University
701 E. Foothill Blvd.
Azusa, CA 91702-7000

Send a Sweet Pack

Dining Services offers Sweet Packs to help celebrate special occasions: birthdays, Valentine’s Day, Christmas, Easter, or any time you want to show your student you care for or miss them. You can specify pick-up or delivery, and the gifts can be personalized. Visit the Dining Services Sweet Packs page to order.

Order a Care Pack

Residence Life provides Joy Box Care Pack Program at the end of each semester.

APU Cougar Gifts

Want to surprise your student with a new sweatshirt or T-shirt? The University Bookstore has great gift ideas. Head on over to West Campus to check it out, or visit our University Bookstore website.

Financial Aid

Approximately 92 percent of APU undergraduate students receive financial aid. The school offers scholarships for academics, athletics, music, drama, speech and forensics, science, siblings, and Christian workers’ dependents. You can read more about these scholarships and other financial aid details on the One Stop (Undergraduate Enrollment Services Center) website.

Our Student Financial Services counselors are here to provide the most help possible for your student. They are here to go over the cost of living on campus, tuition, meal plans, and books, and offer your students multiple options on how to apply for outside loans and other financial aid.

Pay Tuition Online

CASHNet provides APU with an online system that enables all APU students to receive ebills and make online payments by logging into CASHNet’s secure website. A student can log in and make a payment, and authorize certain family members to make payments.

Health and Safety

APU’s Health Center is open and available to all students, faculty, and staff. Full-time APU students may receive basic health care from the Student Health Center on campus, or referrals to outside providers as necessary. For more details, the following links are available to help answer any health care and safety questions:

Student Policies

The Cougar Student Handbook contains detailed information about student standards of conduct and other campus policies. For an online PDF version of the latest handbook, check out the Office of Student Life’s Student Handbook page.

The Undergraduate Academic Catalog is another great way to stay up to date about student policies as well as learn more about your student’s major and what specific courses to take and descriptions of them.

You can also learn about student legal rights on the Office of the General Counsel site.

Career Planning

Our on-campus Office of Career Services helps current students find jobs, obtain interviews, and write résumés. The office also hosts two career fairs each spring to assist students and employers. Visit the Center for Career and Calling website to find out more.


Graduation from college is one of the most memorable moments in your student’s life, so make sure all of your student’s relatives and friends know about graduation and how the process works.