Welcome, APU Families!

As a family member of a current APU student, you play a vital role in supporting and encouraging your student during their college career. We hope you will take this opportunity to be involved in the APU community and join us in helping prepare your student for their future.

Our office invites to you to participate in the APU community by attending events, supporting our career and networking efforts, and praying for our campus. Explore our website to find out what the Office of Parent and Family Relations has to offer.

Have a question? Call us first! We are dedicated to helping parents and other family members have a smooth transition into college life at APU. Please contact our office anytime. We look forward to hearing from you!

The Office of Parent and Family Relations

News & Features

  • Professor Black Goes to Hollywood

    Lionsgate interviewed Gary Black Jr., Ph.D., associate professor in the Honors College, about the Christian themes in The Shack, their film adaptation of the bestselling novel, for a special feature that appears on the recently released DVD.

  • Justice For All

    As citizens increasingly call for justice and accountability in the actions of criminal justice professionals, many positive steps can help raise the bar, such as training, technology, higher education requirements, and accountability for wrongdoers.

  • Educator’s Calling Leads to Sacramento

    The January 28, 2017, in-district swearing-in ceremony marked Rubio’s inauguration as California assemblywoman for the 48th District, representing approximately half a million residents in the cities of Azusa, Covina, Duarte, Glendora, and more.

  • APU Hosts Summer Institute on Theology and Disability

    APU hosts the 2017 Summer Institute on Theology and Disability, a week long multi-faith conference hosted by Azusa Pacific Seminary including scholars, clergy, seminarians, and laity on June 5-8.

  • APU Alumnus Named Top Teacher with National Prize

    Among thousands of remarkable educators, Martinez is one of only four recognized with the prestigious 2017 New Teacher Project Fishman Prize. Martinez receives $25,000 and the opportunity to participate in a summer residency program.


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