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Phone Directory

For the community’s convenience, updates to the phone directory are made weekly and often daily by the communications operator. To obtain a current university phone directory, sign on to Google Drive and complete the following steps:

  • Select “Community Folders.”
  • Select “Directories.”
  • Select “APU Phone List.”
  • Select “APU Phone List.” (This is the updated directory in PDF format.)
  • Select “Print.”

Notice needed changes or updates? Contact the communications operator at Ext. 0. Student directory information is not included. You can access the undergraduate directory at home.apu.edu.

If you are unable to access Community Folders, contact IMT at Ext. 5050 for assistance.

For assistance, refer to the online Contact Directory or dial 0 to speak with the communications operator.

Phone Lines

The university provides both Direct Inward Dial (DID) and non-DID phone lines. If you have a DID number, your callers may use the prefix and extension to call your phone directly. If you have a non-DID number, callers must dial (626) 815-6000 and enter your extension.

The following are the university Direct Dial extensions listed with their corresponding prefixes. These can be dialed with the pattern (626) + Prefix + Ext.

University Direct Dial

Area Code Prefix Extension
(626) 812 30xx
(626) 815 20XX, 21XX, 38XX, 45XX, 46XX, 50XX, 53XX, 54XX, 60XX, 61XX, 63XX, 64XX
(626) 804 25XX, 26XX
(626) 387 57XX, 58XX
(626) 857 22XX, 24XX

Any other extension not listed above is considered a nondirect extension and can be dialed via the automated attendant at (626) 815-6000.

To allow the communications operator the opportunity to answer incoming calls efficiently, provide your callers with your DID number or four-digit extension. Use the DID lines and the automated attendant at (626) 815-6000 whenever possible.

If you receive a call from a person who needs to speak with another department or individual, transfer the caller directly to the requested extension. This prevents the caller from being bounced around several times before getting in touch with the intended destination.

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