APU Clubs and Organizations
The Office of Communiversity assists undergraduate student clubs and organizations in a variety of ways, including directing the club/organization chartering process, providing leadership trainings, allocating club/organization funds, and assisting in the progress and growth of all clubs/organizations. Students who wish to have a new club chartered must submit the appropriate documents to the clubs and organizations graduate assistant in the Office of Communiversity.
View a list of clubs/organizations at Azusa Pacific University.
The office also assists clubs/organizations with the following:
- Programming ideas
- Poster paper and markers for on-campus advertising
- Attaining facility request forms
- Understanding university policies and procedures
- Fostering leadership and organizational development
- Finding funding sources
- Completing forms for clubs, organizations, events, and funding
Each semester, the Office of Communiversity sponsors a Clubs and Organizations Fair to provide registered clubs/organizations the opportunity for on-campus visibility and membership recruitment.
The Office of Communiversity is also able to provide additional funds to registered clubs/organizations for events open to all APU students based upon the approval of the Presidents' Council. Funding is primarily allocated to programs that will serve the greatest amount of students, enhance campus life, and promote club membership.
The Office of Communiversity in conjunction with the Student Center for Reconciliation and Diversity supports and sponsors the following ethnic organizations:
Armenian Student Association (ASA)
Asian Pacific American Student Organization (APASO)
Black Students Association (BSA)
Latin American Student Association (LASA)
Pacific Islander Organization (PIO)
For more information, contact the clubs and organizations graduate assistant at email@example.com, or call the office at (626) 812-3053.