Campus Events

The Campus Events team works with students to offer a wide variety of student-led activities. Below is a small sample of the opportunities we provide.

  • Fall Fest: Held the first Friday after classes begin, Fall Fest is an outdoor festival and concert to showcase what the Office of Campus Life is all about. A great way to kick off the beginning of the academic year!
  • Fall Kick-Off Dance: This event allows students to have fun, dance the night away, and enjoy the amazing community APU provides.
  • Expression Nights: A monthly opportunity for students and student groups to share their passion, talent, interests, and culture with the campus community through the performing arts.
  • Midnight Breakfast: An APU tradition, this event is held each semester the night before finals week starts. Students can grab a late-night breakfast, enjoy entertaining shows, and even connect and study with professors beforehand.
  • Les Femmes: The university’s fall semi-formal dance held at an off-campus location in the L.A. area.
  • Last Bash: Our end-of-the-year, “school is out and finals are almost over so let’s all celebrate” concert event. Don’t miss it!
  • Open Mic Nights: A chance for the APU community to express their God-given talent, whether that be music, poetry, dance, or another ability.
  • Student Clubs and Organizations Fair: Once per semester, this event provides students with information on how to get involved in special interest clubs and organizations.

Additionally, based on student feedback, the Campus Events team can create new, exciting events that promote a sense of belonging such as fairs, movie nights, and more. Send your ideas, suggestions, comments, or inquiries to

Interested in a Campus Events intern position? Apply for all student leadership positions on Handshake (create your account; you may also access Handshake on My Resources > General > Student Resources > Handshake Job Platform).

Campus Life Crew

The Campus Events team oversees the Campus Life Crew (CLC), a first-year (transfers welcome) volunteer leadership opportunity. The CLC promotes community, involvement, and belonging by providing students with engaging, campus-wide events. CLC members work with the campus activities coordinator and the Campus Events interns.

CLC is a great way to get involved on campus as well as network with APU administrators, faculty, and staff. The CLC is especially beneficial when applying to future campus leadership positions.

Applications are typically due mid-September to serve for that same academic year. If the application period has passed, contact us at to see how you can get involved.

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