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- In This Space: Graduate Students Finding Comfort in and Community the Duke Student CommonsThe Duke Student Commons enhances the experience of APU’s graduate and professional students by providing a welcoming space for studying, dining, and meeting with classmates.
- Congratulations, Class of 2023! | Azusa Pacific Spring CommencementFamily, friends, faculty, and staff celebrated more than 1,200 students who graduated from Azusa Pacific University on May 6. Congratulations, Class of 2023! We’re excited to watch as you become difference makers in the world for Christ.
- Sacred Moments | Kekai’s BaptismA sacred and inspiring moment of transformation unfolds as the APU community gathers for the baptism of Kekai Ka'aumoana-Cummings ’25 in the campus pond. He was one of 12 students baptized after a recent evening chapel service.
- APU Giving Day 2023Join us on March 28, 2023, for APU Giving Day: 24 hours to celebrate Azusa Pacific University with alumni, students, parents, employees, and friends to make a difference in the lives of APU students. Support what you are most passionate about at APU, such as scholarships, academics, athletics, the arts, and more. Every gift matters! Choose the fund you want to support and give today at https://apu.edu/givingday/.
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In celebration of Holy Week, APU welcomed renowned apologist, evangelist, and best-selling author Lee Strobel to campus. Lee shared his story in chapel and answered questions after a screening of his film "A Case for Christ." https://t.co/7wTHkZ3VEG
RT @AzusaPacificWBB: Azusa Pacific Women’s Basketball team has been invited to go to the Philippines on a mission trip from June 4-16. And…
Commencement is just a month away! Have you ordered your regalia yet? If not, order it today at the Campus Store. Share your senior/grad photos showing how good you look in your cap and gown.
One of Paul Flores favorite teaching experiences is helping APU students work with local fourth graders in the College Headed and Mighty Proud (CHAMP) program. Learn more about Paul’s story at https://t.co/RtGspBHtEw. https://t.co/sAScnhDFgB