General Campus Resources
APU Mobile Apps
Stay in touch with what’s happening at Azusa Pacific and access helpful campus resources through the APU mobile apps. Navigate campus with APU Directory, get information about university-wide events through APU Events, and quickly access your student account via APU Mobile. Download the apps.
Azusa Print + Design
Located in a storefront across from East Campus, Azusa Print + Design meets the printing and graphic design needs of the APU community and general public. Learn more about Azusa Print + Design services.
The Department of Campus Safety provides the APU community with a safe and secure learning and working environment. Officers and student workers patrol main campus, respond to emergencies, provide shuttles, and manage bike and vehicle registration. APU regional campuses follow the same safety procedures as main campus, operating in conjunction with local law enforcement, and have private security officers or guards at all locations.
Center for Career and Calling
The Center for Career and Calling supports students and alumni preparing for the next step in their vocational journey. Services include career consulting, professional development, and job connections through the Handshake career platform, along with assistance in résumé writing and networking opportunities.
Center for Student Action
The Center for Student Action mobilizes and educates students toward responsible and transformational service locally and globally. Find out more about the service and learning opportunities available through the center.
Center for Vocational Ministry
The Center for Vocational Ministry offers guidance and resources designed to help students further explore and determine their calling to pastoral ministry.
The Office of Campus Life offers programs that enhance the college experience by connecting students to each other, creating a sense of belonging, and fostering self-development. Opportunities include APU Clubs and Organizations, Commuter Services, Intramurals, Outdoor Adventures, the Student Union, and more.
The IMT Computer Store, located on West Campus, offers discounts for APU students on Apple products and peripherals for both Mac and PC. The store is an Apple-authorized reseller and stocks a variety of accessories.
You will find many dining options both on and off campus. To view menus and hours for the various campus dining venues, visit Dining Services.
Emergency Preparedness and Response
In times of crisis, the university activates its Critical Incident Response Team to ensure the well-being of the campus community. Please review information about APU’s emergency procedures and notification systems, and ways you can be prepared.
The Fitness Center and Weight Room is a multipurpose exercise facility for the APU community. A variety of equipment is available. Academic, athletic, and general use hours may vary. Learn more about Fitness Center and Weight Room .
The Student Health Center, located on APU’s East Campus, offers preventative medicine as well as the treatment of minor illnesses, emergencies, and first aid. Services include a full-service pharmacy, immunizations, and general doctor appointments. There are no fees for office visits and no copays.
Graduate and professional students also have the option to obtain primary care services through the Student Health Center. For those who enroll, a health services fee applies at the beginning of each term.
All undergraduate students, and those graduate and professional students who opt in, may visit the Student Health Center regardless of which health insurance policy they have. Learn more about health insurance options and requirements.
The Office of Residence Life helps traditional undergraduate students find housing in one of APU’s campus living areas and manages the housing sign-up process. (Professional undergraduate programs offered at APU regional campuses are nonresidential, and therefore do not include room and board.)
The Office of Asset Management manages Azusa Pacific University’s noncampus rental properties reserved for graduate, international and ALCI graduate, married undergraduate, other nontraditional students, and faculty/staff, and also maintains up-to-date listings of housing opportunities for the larger APU and local communities.
Information and Media Technology
From computer repairs and assistance with APUWIFI access to help with network account questions and other technology needs, the IMT Support Desk provides support and services for any issues students may come across during their time at APU.
The International Center serves students from around the world, easing their transition to APU and guiding them from application to completion of their program. Offices within the center help students with everything from enrolling in classes, to the immigration process, to finding local resources as they make the most of their time at APU.
Mail Services is a full-service mailing center with locations on East and West campuses.
Military and Veteran Services
This office is the hub of resources for military-connected students. Staff provide dedicated services to ensure a smooth transition for students going from military to civilian life and in navigating academic processes. Partnering offices also help students maximize their military education benefits.
Office of Women’s Development
The Office of Women’s Development is designed to provide direction, education, encouragement, support, and connections for undergraduate women in the APU community. The office offers a safe and open space for students to have honest dialogue, ask questions, hang out, or do homework.
One Card Office
The One Card Office issues APU student ID cards. The ID card enables students to print and check out materials in the libraries, access campus dining plans, receive local student discounts, and more. To obtain an ID, visit the office inside the bookstore. Graduate and professional students may request a student ID by following these instructions.
Parking and Permits
APU offers well-lit parking, and a permit is required for students planning to park anywhere on campus in Azusa. Parking permits are not needed for students at APU regional campuses, but vehicle registration is required in case of emergency. Learn more about parking services and registration.
The Office of Campus Ministry exists to recognize and foster the Kingdom of God in the APU undergraduate community. APU’s team of campus pastors plays a leading role in facilitating chapels, discipleship groups and mentoring programs, and confidential pastoral counseling and care.
SoulQuest is the spiritual care ministry for graduate, professional, and nontraditional undergraduate students, helping them integrate and deepen their spiritual and vocational journeys. Meetings take place at all campus locations, and SoulQuest pastors are available to connect with students seeking spiritual guidance.
Student Center for Reconciliation and Diversity
The Student Center for Reconciliation and Diversity promotes student development through coordinating annual cultural events and advising student ethnic organizations. In addition, the center oversees multiple programs that provide education in leadership, diversity, and discipleship to equip students to become leaders of intercultural understanding and racial reconciliation on campus and beyond.
The Office of Student Employment facilitates the hiring process for current undergraduate students interested in working for the university. The office posts open student employment opportunities and encourages a positive, productive employment relationship.
APU offers regularly scheduled shuttles that run between East and West campuses and off-campus student housing. Download the APU Mobile app to view the real-time Trolley Tracker.
University Counseling Center
The University Counseling Center promotes psychological, social, and spiritual wellness through confidential Christian counseling services administered by professionally trained counselors. Individual, couples, premarital, and group counseling are offered, as well as crisis intervention.
24/7 Crisis Support Line: 1-855-231-0895
If you are experiencing a crisis, ProtoCall is a free mental-health hotline for APU graduate and professional students. Counselors are available around the clock, 24/7 for those in need of immediate support.
Note: This information is current for the 2020-21 academic year; however, all stated academic information is subject to change. Please refer to the current Academic Catalog for more information.