Azusa Pacific University campus building in Orange County

Orange County Regional Campus

An Azusa Pacific Education in Orange

Azusa Pacific University’s Orange County Regional Campus, located in Orange, combines a quality APU education with local convenience.

Offering bachelor’s degreesmaster’s degreesteaching credentials and certificates, the regional campus focuses on programs that are tailored to the needs of the adult learner. All courses are offered in the evening and are taught by both full-time faculty and local adjunct professors.

Friendly, experienced faculty and staff members are available Monday–Thursday, 10 a.m.–8 p.m., and Friday, 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m. to assist students with everything from registration to finding their classrooms. The Orange County location’s primary goal is to provide quality, professional service while maintaining an open, relaxed, and personal atmosphere.

If you are seeking an Orange County university with a personal touch, consider the Orange County home of APU.

About the Orange County Regional Campus

17 attractive, comfortable, and well-maintained classrooms in our newly remodeled campus, including:

  • 14 smart classrooms equipped with high-powered computers linked to multimedia projectors
  • A large study area, including five group study rooms and computers with internet, database, and advanced search access
  • A welcoming student lounge with comfortable seating and a large kitchen area

Orange County Regional Campus Location

1915 Orangewood Ave., Ste. 100
Orange, CA 92868

Once you reach 1915 Orangewood, park near and use the building entrance facing Eckhoff Street.

Per the Clery Act, Azusa Pacific University is required to publish the number of alleged crimes reported to campus authorities during the past three years. These statistics include all reported activity as defined and required by 20 U.S.C. 1092(f), such as crimes that occurred on campus, in certain non-campus buildings or on property owned or controlled by APU, and on public property immediately adjacent to and accessible from campus.

The Annual Security Report also includes other information related to security, including an explanation of the Clery Act, a definition of the enforcement authority of security personnel, details about crime prevention on campus, and more.

You can obtain a copy of the full report at the Department of Campus Safety or the Office of Human Resources. The report is also available to view online.

In times of crisis, the university activates its Incident Command Team to ensure the physical well-being of the university during times of crisis. The community is invited to browse the Emergency Preparedness and Response site for details about APU’s emergency procedures and resources.

The Orange County Regional Campus provides computers with both online and APU network access to the university’s online library available to all students. For more information about facilities and research resources, visit Regional Campus Libraries.

Azusa Pacific University’s libraries include the William V. Marshburn Memorial Library, the Hugh and Hazel Darling Library, the James L. Stamps Theological Library, and regional campus libraries. A unified catalog identifies 215,000 books, 1,900 print serial titles and media, and provides access to more than 57 million through interlibrary loan. For more information, visit apu.edu/library or call (626) 815-6000, Ext. 5066 (Darling), Ext. 3847 (Marshburn), or Ext. 5613 (Stamps).

Student Resources

In addition to taking conveniently scheduled and located classes, APU graduate students studying at the Regional Campuses may also access resources housed on the Azusa campus.

Student Portal

Azusa Pacific University’s web portal, home.apu.edu, provides the information and tools you need to stay connected to the APU community. Access to the university portal requires a username and password, which are assigned by IMT to all new students.

For questions about home.apu.edu, including lost and forgotten passwords, contact the IT Support Center at (626) 815-5050.

Graduate Student Health Insurance

For non-international graduate students enrolled at an Azusa Pacific University regional campus, student health insurance is an optional benefit. Insurance is purchased through the Student Services Center (SSC) at the current health fee.

All full-time international students holding an immigration document from Azusa Pacific University (I-20 or DS 2019) are required to purchase the APU international health insurance.1 The international health insurance meets the U.S. government requirement for health insurance for international students.

University Counseling Center

The University Counseling Center (UCC) offers counseling services administered by professionally trained Christian counselors committed to facilitating the emotional, psychological, social, academic, and spiritual wellness of the APU community. For more information, please visit apu.edu/counselingcenter/, or call (626) 815-2109.

APU Wireless Network

APU’s wireless internet access is available at each regional campus location, allowing students, faculty, and staff to connect to the internet, use email, chat, and search library resources. For more information, visit support.apu.edu.

Campus Store

Admissions and Aid

Whether you are interested in a bachelor’s degree completion program, credential, or master’s degree, APU offers resources to help you find and enter the program that’s right for you. Learn more about application deadlines, requirements, and how to get started by choosing the services that apply to you.

Keep in mind that the application process should begin as soon as possible. Because one can encounter unanticipated obstacles, we recommend starting your application at least six weeks prior to the beginning of a term to ensure that all the pieces can be processed. If you have questions, please contact us.

 

Message from the Director

Welcome to Azusa Pacific University’s Orange County Regional Campus!

Discerning how and where to pursue your goals is sacred ground, and we are honored you are considering us in the next steps of your educational journey.

We believe there is no better place to broaden your horizons and prepare to make a difference than APU's Orange County Regional Campus. Azusa Pacific’s home in Orange County offers high quality programs that are state, regionally, and nationally accredited and designed to accommodate busy adults and working professionals. The regional campus also provides a supportive, Christ-centered community to help you learn and grow. Our dedicated team of faculty and staff is enthusiastic about helping you fulfill your calling and vocational goals.

Let us help you pursue the degree, credential, or license you need, and equip you to make a difference in Orange County and beyond. Contact us by email or telephone, or visit the Orange County Regional Campus today, so we can assist you in this important endeavor. We look forward to meeting you.

Drake Levasheff, PhD
Director

Contact Information

Email: [email protected]
Phone: (714) 935-0260
Phone (alt.): (800) 272-0111

Hours

Monday–Thursday: 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Location

1915 Orangewood Ave., Ste. 100
Orange, CA 92868
Orange County Regional Campus