Serving APU’s Commuter Students
We are delighted that you have chosen to make Azusa Pacific University your home. Whether you are a first-time commuter or you are returning for another academic year, we want you to be successful. We hope that you feel the spirit, energy, and excitement that abounds in our office.
The Office of Commuter Life offers a variety of commuter services and programs including, meals, lockers, printing services, and mailboxes. We also help meet the needs of the university’s commuter student population through partnerships with offices such as Campus Life that offer programs geared toward enhancing the quality of the student experience for commuters. Learning more about the resources available to you:
- Public Transportation
- Commuter FAQ
- Commuter Services and Programming
- Commuter Life Assistants
- Calendar of Events
- Parking Permits
- Off-campus Housing
The Office of Commuter Life supports the upkeep and management of the Student Union, which is one of the primary on-campus socialization and information hubs for the student community. If you have questions about Student Union resources or services, drop by our office or call us at (626) 812-3032.
Support for Your Education Journey
Our staff and student leaders are committed to ensuring a smooth transition for you into the APU community, and supporting you throughout your academic experience. We strive to equip you with the information and resources to navigate life on campus and ultimately find a sense of belonging on campus. The commuter experience can provide many opportunities for growth, especially if you immerse yourself in positive and dynamic experiences in the APU community, and we hope you will use our office as a resource for that.
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If you have any questions about any of our services, call us at (626) 812-3032 or drop by our office, located in the Student Union (also known as the Cougar Dome), which is one of the primary on-campus socialization and information hubs for the student community.