About Azusa Pacific University
APU is a comprehensive Christian university of liberal arts and professional programs, with a diverse student body of more than 10,000 students. Ethnic minority students comprise approximately 52 percent of the student population. Student affairs services, including the University Counseling Center, are primarily oriented toward undergraduate residential students. However, the university also offers services to graduate, adult degree completion programs, satellite campuses, and offsite programs.
Further information about the university may be found at apu.edu/about/.
About the University Counseling Center
The mission of the University Counseling Center is to empower students to realize their personal and academic potential by promoting psychological, social, and spiritual wellness through Christian counseling and outreach services.
UCC services are available to APU students at no cost. Psychotherapy is primarily time-limited, with most students averaging 4–6 sessions per academic year. Occasional exceptions are made to extend treatment to those who have significant need and limited resources.