Azusa Pacific University is a private, four-year Christian university located in Azusa, California. The school was established in 1899 as the Training School for Christian Workers and later became Azusa College. It was then renamed to its current name in 2007.
The school has about 5,000 undergraduate students and 3,500 graduate students enrolled each year at its main campus with additional locations throughout Southern California. Most of the undergraduates live on campus with other freshmen residents or within walking distance from campus so that they can easily get to their classes on foot or by bike instead of having to use public transportation like buses or trains that could be more time consuming than walking/biking when you have somewhere else you need to go after class ends.
The school has more than 100 undergraduate majors that students can choose from. The school offers these majors in a variety of fields including business, communication, education, and psychology. In addition to these majors, Pacific University also offers graduate degrees in nursing and education as well as several other master’s programs.
The school has several clubs and organizations that students can join if they want to get more involved on campus. The school also hosts an annual career fair where students can meet employers from a variety of different fields including healthcare, education, technology, business, and more.