Coronavirus (COVID-19):
Acting to Safeguard the APU Community

Azusa Pacific University’s highest priority is safeguarding the health and wellness of its students, faculty, and staff. APU is closely monitoring the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (abbreviated COVID-19) and is committed to keeping the community informed as developments warrant.

The Student Health Center and the Critical Incident Response Team are managing APU’s response and coordinating their efforts with information from state and federal agencies. As the situation evolves, information will be updated here and in our Frequently Asked Questions regarding APU’s COVID response.

Our Response at a Glance

Student Health Center

The Student Health Center team is available Mon.-Fri. for telemedicine appointments from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. and in-person appointments from 1-4 p.m.

Classes

All summer lecture-based courses will move to a Canvas-based learning environment.

Housing

Students who were granted exceptions to remain on campus may request extensions to stay in university housing for all or part of summer. The move out deadline is May 3, 2020 for students who did not request an extension.

Commencement

We sincerely regret the need to cancel the commencement ceremonies scheduled for Saturday, May 2, 2020, including all related events. We realize the importance of this significant milestone for our students and their loved ones. The university has announced plans to honor Spring 2020 graduates at the December 2020 commencement ceremonies.

Staff

Most staff have moved to telework. Essential employees remain in place to ensure location-based university services remain active.

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