Not all mathematics degrees are the same. Here’s what you need to know about the difference between an applied mathematics degree and a pure math degree.
At Azusa Pacific University, academic success among students of color is a priority. See how the school ranks in the top 100 for minority student excellence.
If you want to enroll at a different college and complete your degree, discover the benefits of transferring now, rather than waiting, and learn how to transfer to APU.
Discover how to thank and acknowledge the work of the educators in your life with these four ideas for Teacher Appreciation Week.
Knowing how to use social media to find a job isn’t the same as knowing how to use Instagram or Twitter. Here are some student tips for social media.
Learn how APU graduate Talene Zadekian, MPH ’20, uses her public health degree to help communities during the pandemic.
As a parent, you want your college student to receive the support they need to succeed in their classes. Learn how tutoring for college students can be key to their overall academic success.
APU recently announced its $650,000 NSF-funded STEM scholarship program, which will benefit high-achieving, low-income, first-generation students.
Careers for creative-minded individuals abound—and you don’t necessarily need traditional art or music skills to thrive in creative careers.
If you’re a gap year student who is getting ready to transition into, or back into, college life, here’s how to overcome common challenges and prepare for a successful year.
APU is working diligently to create a sustainable financial model that allows leadership to respond to the changing landscape of higher education and the national economy.
Adding a business microcredential to your degree can give you the professional boost you need after graduation—and provide you with a competitive edge.
Azusa Pacific Seminary faculty and local pastors launched the Lamenting Racism project, a video series that invites church groups to practice lament as a tool to fight racism.
When exploring ways to pay for college, there are many options for funding, including private scholarships offered by businesses and organizations to help students reach their education goals. Learn how to find and apply for these opportunities.
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