Empowering Students Through Counseling
The University Counseling Center continues to offer free teletherapy sessions for APU students. Please call us at (626) 815-2109 to schedule an appointment. View additional mental wellness resources in the PDF below.
Accredited by the International Accreditation of Counseling Services, Azusa Pacific’s University Counseling Center (UCC) exists to empower students to realize their personal and academic potential by promoting psychological, social, and spiritual wellness through Christian counseling and outreach services.
Students visit the University Counseling Center for a variety of reasons. Some seek help coping with the pressures associated with a challenging academic environment or adjustment to college life. Others want to learn how to be more effective in developing and maintaining relationships with others. Counseling can be beneficial for students who are feeling depressed or anxious, as well as those who want to examine their beliefs or explore their current life situation. The UCC offers students the opportunity to look at themselves and their environment and to change the way they think, feel, and behave so that they can make the most of their time at APU.
All APU students as well as family members are invited to participate in upcoming Support Workshops this August to help with transition back to campus this fall. View the calendar of events for more information and to register to attend.
Services available to currently enrolled graduate and undergraduate students include:
- Individual counseling
- Couples counseling
- Premarital counseling
- Group counseling
- Crisis intervention
- Training and educational workshops
Graduate and professional students have access to 24/7 medical, mental health, and health coaching support through APU Telehealth. Learn more about APU Telehealth.
In emergency situations, call 911 first and then contact the Department of Campus Safety at (626) 815-3898.
Azusa Pacific University is a member of the Jed Health Matters Campus Program, which is designed to help colleges and universities promote emotional wellbeing and mental health programming, reduce substance abuse, and prevent suicide among students.
The Campus Prevention Network (CPN) Seal of Prevention recognizes Azusa Pacific University as a highly regarded institution for best-in-class digital student programming to promote health, safety, well-being, and inclusion. This student programming communicates and lays action to our commitment to diversity as an expression of God’s image, love, and boundless creativity.