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Azusa Pacific University is a leading Christian college ranked as one of the nation’s best colleges by U.S. News & World Report and The Princeton Review. Located near Los Angeles in Southern California, APU is a Christian university offering associate’sbachelor’smaster'sdoctoral, anddegree completion programs, both on campus and online.

The schools and colleges at Azusa Pacific University are well-known for excellence in higher education among top Christian colleges and universities. APU offers a wide variety of academic programs, comparable to the best colleges and universities in the nation, yet provides low student-to-faculty ratios.

If you are researching Bible colleges, bachelor’s degrees, graduate programs, or seeking to complete your degree, we invite you to learn more about Azusa Pacific.

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"Best college experience ever!"
"There were/are enough fields of study to accommodate a wide variety of learners."
"More liberal colleges: Modern Languages and Sociology."
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I didn't attend this school nor will I be considering attending APU after hearing the lack of tolerance the university has towards certain groups of people like the LGBT community and POC. I hate that the idea exists that being LGBT is a sin and all queer people should go to hell. No one should have to be chastised just because of the people they love or the gender that they identify as. Poor job on making people feel included. Also I hear that anybody that is Latino and speaks Spanish on the campus is considered an "illegal alien" and I detest that a lot because that is a racist and offensive stereotype to hear as a fellow Hispanic myself and also something that everyone should know is not true. I don't want to be on a campus where I'll be discriminated against because I wanted to call my Grandma in her native tongue and ask her how her day has been. As a Queer Bisexual Latino this school isn't for me or nor will ever be for me unless the school finds a way to miraculously change their evil ways. By the way a real Christian never judges.
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Matt Vaudrey
4 months ago
It's been about a decade since I was a student here, so I think my romanticized notions have subsided enough to write an objective review. I am thankful for APU in four main ways: 1.) As an educator, I'm thankful that my degree in Youth Ministry prepared me well for the developmental challenges of teaching middle school and high school. Without the academic study of developmental psychology, I would have had a much harder time learning to teach. 2.) I'm thankful that APU integrated questions of pragmatic faith into the curriculum. At every step, I reflected on how to connect the way the world /should/ be to the way the world /is./ 3.) APU had enough degree programs that I could switch my major four times and still arrive at something I liked. There were/are enough fields of study to accommodate a wide variety of learners. Four of my siblings all attended APU also: Psychology, Art, Theology, and Political Science Pre-Law. All doing well in their fields. Also, because they attract such interesting and varied people, I met my wife there. Certainly, it's easy to be critical and find things that are less than ideal about any institution, particularly the big ones. In spite of her flaws, APU remains the school I most recommend for students looking to explore academics and faith.
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Glenn A
2 months ago
Great campus. We came here to watch a high school basketball championship game. They gym was nice.
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Steven Mejia
2 weeks ago
nice place to meet cool people
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Andrew Johnson
2 months ago
I don't understand why a proclaimed Christian school would encourage the attacking of other Christian denominations? This isn't positive. A true Christian would just be positive and spend there energy only spreading there Christians views without judgement. This makes me laugh and creates no respect at all. How narrow minded can you be?
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Linda Aguilar
4 months ago
Love APU ! It is a Christian University, which includes students from all backgrounds; these include those students who are still learning the true meaning of Christianity. No one is perfect, no university will be either. Everyone is helpful, respectful, and very encouraging.
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Leila Garcia
4 months ago
Something is seriously wrong with the graduates. They feel free to judge others. The teachings of Christianity, Jesus and the Bible do not promote judgement of others. Your graduates go around quoting scripture and attacking others. Not what Christianity is really about.
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