One of Azusa Pacific Online University's core values is a commitment to learning, exemplified through a newly published book, "Authentic Leadership."
Take a look as a few of APOU’s life coaches share their experiences with students over the past year and describe their role at the university.
Azusa Pacific Online University announces the launch of its High School Concurrent Enrollment Program, offering high school students the opportunity to enroll in college-level courses.
The Center for Online Innovative Learning invites the community to participate in and attend its pioneer event, the 2013 Summer Symposium, from June 5 to 7.
Faculty members are the manifestation of one of APOU's guiding principles, academic excellence. Visit our blog, Inside APOU, to learn more about the role faculty play in the student's journey.
While pursuing an Associate of Arts, Azusa Pacific Online University student Josh Parrish has seen the impact of APOU's coursework in his professionalism and work ethic.
As part of a commitment to student success, Azusa Pacific Online University encourages learners to take advantage of free online tutoring from Tutor.com.
Although APOU opened its doors to online learners in June 2011, the university embodies a long-standing legacy in Christian higher education. Learn more about our history in EVP Deana Porterfield's entry to our blog.
APOU introduces a free, open course, called Career 101: Four Steps to a Meaningful Career, to help learners discover a career they can love.
In a recent article by Campus Technology, "Small Colleges Take Giant Steps in the Cloud," APOU's chief operations officer, Don Davis, speaks about how APOU is utilizing cloud solutions for IT services.
APOU's Executive Vice President Deana Porterfield encourages learners to embrace 2013 by focusing on their education.
Being able to speak your message effectively is an important quality for a learner's professional and educational career. Learn more about APOU's institutional learning outcome of "oral communication" on our blog.
Seeking to provide today's learners with relevant and marketable educational opportunities, APOU recently added several new offerings to its academic programs.
Executive Vice President Deana Porterfield reflects on the significance and meaning of APOU's first graduating class on our blog, Inside APOU.
On Dec. 15, 2012, APOU will celebrate the commencement of its first graduates. Read more about the journeys and future plans of several of the learners completing their degrees with APOU.
In her latest blog post to Inside APOU, Executive Vice President Deana Porterfield highlights some important qualities of online education and shares how APOU is a unique choice.
APOU student Daniel Wright, a retired United States Navy Chief Petty Officer pursuing his Associate of Arts degree, shares his educational journey.
APOU places a strong emphasis on writing competency to help our students become effective communicators. Read more on our blog, Inside APOU.
In the final installment of her Inside APOU series, EVP Deana Porterfield shares how learners can build their influence through their words and interactions.
EVP Deana Porterfield continues her blog series on discovering your influence by sharing how APOU seeks to instill its cornerstone qualities in its students.
In the first installment of her new Inside APOU blog series, EVP Deana Porterfield shares how the experience of higher education transforms students to be people of influence.
As an institutional learning outcome, APOU strives to instill students with the ability to stay current on trends in their field so they can make relevant real-world applications.
APOU students will now have the opportunity to enroll in the B.A. in Management with an emphasis in Information Systems Management.
What factors should you consider before starting your college education? Executive Vice President Deana Porterfield continues her reflection on the value of a higher education in Part Two of her blog entry to Inside APOU.
What is the value of a college education? APOU's Executive Vice President Deana Porterfield shares how the college experience can be a worthwhile investment.
Azusa Pacific Online University’s CEO John Reynolds reflects on how Christ-centered universities are preparing difference makers around the world.
Building a strong foundation of ethical knowledge and behavior in today's learners is more important and relevant than ever before. APOU's Academic Dean Kurt Takamine shares more on our blog, Inside APOU.
CEO John Reynolds finishes his series on the future of higher education and the Class of 2030 by looking into the evolving role of the teacher and the growth of digital learning.
Chief Operations Officer Don Davis reflects on APOU's first year of serving students with classes.
CEO John Reynolds reflects on the future of higher education leadership in light of recent tensions in the news, including the reinstating of University of Virginia's president, the Freeh Report, and the Aurora massacre.
As a testament to lifelong learning, APOU student Ron Manley shares his educational journey and what earning his degree in a faith-based environment means for him and his family.
Executive Vice President Deana Porterfield reflects on the value of Christian higher education, particularly how the online modality is serving today's learners
Azusa Pacific Online University's Academic Dean Kurt Takamine reflects on the university's commitment to integrating faith and learning.
CEO John Reynolds continues his series on the future of higher education with the second part of an entry examining the shifts in delivery for the new learner.
Chief Operations Officer Don Davis introduces the team "behind the scenes" of APOU's online courses in his latest blog entry to Inside APOU.
In her debut post on Inside APOU, Executive Vice President Deana Porterfield shares the transforming power of an Azusa Pacific education.
Academic Dean Kurt Takamine introduces the new lead faculty for the arts and sciences programs, Dr. Scott Edgar.
APOU's CEO John Reynolds continues his series on the future of higher education by reflecting on delivery for the new learner in the Class of 2030.
Considering the challenges facing the future of higher education, Chief Operations Officer Don Davis reflects on APOU's commitments to accessibility and student success.
Deana L. Porterfield, M.A., joins Azusa Pacific Online University (APOU) in the role of executive vice president.
APOU's Chief Learner Officer Andrew Barton shares how APOU addresses student persistence rates by prioritizing student success and support.
Azusa Pacific Online University is pleased to introduce the third winner of the Jars of Clay Scholarship giveaway. Rachel Stelter, a resident of Illinois, has accepted one of three scholarships for an Azusa Pacific education.
Azusa Pacific Online University's academic dean explores the challenge of bringing the liberal arts lab experience online in the blog, Inside APOU.
Azusa Pacific Online University (APOU) is pleased to introduce another winner for the Jars of Clay Scholarship giveaway. Krysta Cabral, a Southern California resident, has accepted one of three scholarships for an Azusa Pacific education.
CEO John Reynolds continues his blog series on the future of higher education by examining the value of affordability to the Class of 2030.
In a new blog post on Inside APOU, Chief Operations Officer Don Davis reflects on how APOU is making a difference in students' lives.
Chief Learner Officer Andrew Barton reflects on the diversity of APOU's student population in his blog post on Inside APOU.
This week's Inside APOU blog post reflects on the challenge for liberal arts subjects, such as art or science, to create a “real life” educational experience out of a virtual classroom.
Azusa Pacific Online University (APOU) merchandise is now available for purchase at the University Bookstore!
Read more about how Azusa Pacific Online University is helping United States Coast Guard reservist, Kristen Vaca, earn an Associate of Arts online.
Continuing his series on the future of higher education and the Class of 2030, Azusa Pacific Online University's CEO, John Reynolds, reflects on the value of product for the future of higher education.
Chief Operations Officer Don Davis shares how APOU has created and maintained its company culture on Inside APOU.
Chief Learner Officer Andrew Barton reflects on how Azusa Pacific Online University strives to decrease distance in an online learning environment on Inside APOU.
Inside APOU introduces two new lead faculty, Dr. Jeff Slattery for the the B.A. in Management and Dr. Nealy Brown for the B.A. in Applied Psychology.
Working to provide quality, online academic programs to a growing number of learners, Azusa Pacific Online University (APOU) is currently offering a variety of career opportunities across multiple departments.
Azusa Pacific Online University (APOU) announces the addition of four new programs: an Associate Science in Health Sciences, Associate of Science in Management, Associate of Science in Information Technology, and Bachelor of Arts in Applied Psychology.
Azusa Pacific Online University (APOU) is pleased to announce one of the winners of the Jars of Clay Scholarship Giveaway. Chelsea Cathey, a Southern California resident, has accepted a scholarship to obtain an APOU education.
Stephen Mason, Jars of Clay band member and Azusa Pacific Online University student, shares his experience returning to college and how online classes are helping him achieve his educational goals.
Azusa Pacific Online University (APOU) announces the launch of its Career and Vocation Center at career.apou.net. To celebrate this new website, APOU invites visitors, for a limited time, to enter an iPad giveaway.
Azusa Pacific Online University (APOU) announces the enrollment of military servicemembers and veterans.
Starting with the October 24 session and in partnership with the APU School of Nursing, this certificate will offer students the opportunity to complete science and lab courses required by most nursing and health-related degree programs.
Azusa Pacific Online University will official open its building and host an open house on August 23, 2011.
Chief Executive Officer John C. Reynolds named Kurt S. Takamine, Ed.D., academic dean at Azusa Pacific Online University.
Students make history as they become the first learners enrolled at Azusa Pacific Online University.