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Student Resources

Academic Resources

Academic Advising

Thrive academically at APU as a graduate or undergaduate through one-on-one academic success coaching. We’ll help you clarify your degree requirements, strategize for graduation, and more.

Academic Calendar

Plan ahead for important academic deadlines, upcoming APU theater and music group performances, academic lectures and conferences, or scheduled chapel speakers and Cougar Athletics games.

Academic Success

The Academic Success Center offers all the resources you need on academic programs and services. Find what you need on TRIO, academic advising, testing services and accessibility and disability resources here.


Access dozens of resources to help you succeed in your coursework with the Canvas portal.

Course Catalog

View the course requirements for your program, along with APU’s governing policies and procedures, using the Course Catalog.

Class Registration

Visit, the university portal, to register for classes, access financial aid information, view your schedule, track your degree progress, and more.

Writing, Speaking, and Tutoring

You can find free, one-on-one or group assistance in writing, speaking, and tutoring for specific courses.


Build your path to graduation with APU’s student success platform, Stellic.

Student Services Center

The Student Services Center serves as the hub of enrollment and financial resources and services for all students proceeding through all academic programs.

Study Away

Explore opportunities to complete your coursework while traveling to locations around the world with study away programs through the Center for Career and Community-Engaged Learning (CCEL).

University Libraries

Get access to a wealth of physical and online resources along with services from other libraries, regardless of your location, to support your scholarship and research.

Athletics Teams   

Participation in school athletics can be an important component of education, providing valuable physical, social, academic, and mental health benefits to students, as well as an environment to learn about teamwork, leadership, and physical fitness.
Azusa Pacific athletics teams have been an integral and celebrated aspect of APU since the 1940s. This 18-sport, nationally recognized NCAA Division II program involves 350+ student-athletes each year, and includes 7 men’s sports (baseball, basketball, cross country, indoor and outdoor track and field, soccer, and tennis) and 11 women’s sports (acrobatics and tumbling, basketball, cross country, indoor and outdoor track and field, softball, soccer, swimming and diving, tennis, volleyball, and water polo).
You can follow updates on each sports team, get to know the APU athletes and coaches, and view game schedules and scores on the athletics website.

Consistent with APU’s Community Standards, anchored in our religious commitments as set out in the What We Believe pamphlet, students may only participate in men’s and women’s athletics based on their biological sex at birth. APU students who do not identify with the university’s exercise and expression of religious beliefs concerning men and women may engage with the Athletics Department and university staff to explore alternative forms of participation in sports and recreation.

Key Contacts

For assistance with accessibility and disability issues, safety concerns, or student services, contact the following:

Accessibility and Disability Resources

Email: [email protected]
Phone: 626-815-2067
Location: Modular Offices, Building 24

Campus Safety

Email: [email protected]
Phone: 626-815-5000
Location: Smith Hall

Student Services Center

Email: [email protected]
Phone: 626-815-2020
Fax: 626-815-3089
Location: Modular Offices, Building 29