Destination APU:
Remote Learning Together This Fall

With our commitment to the health and safety of the APU Community as our top priority, we will pivot to remote learning this fall, striving to re-create the classroom environment online with an emphasis on interactions between faculty and students. Fall classes will begin on August 31, 2020, in order to provide time for faculty, staff, and students to effectively prepare for remote learning, and end on December 18, 2020.

Throughout the Fall semester, our students will experience: Christ-centered academic excellence; meaningful engagement between professors and students with new improvements in technology to support learning; robust wellness and health resources to navigate COVID-19 and thrive in distance education; transformational faith integration and spiritual development through online chapels, discipleship groups, and spiritual mentoring programs; and personalized student advising and peer counseling that promotes academic growth and faith maturity

Remote learning comes with a renewed commitment to rigorous academics, rich student support, intentional faith integration, and deep connection between faculty and students—distinctions of an APU educational experience, whether in person or virtual.

Paul W. Ferguson, Ph.D., DABT
President, Azusa Pacific University

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