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About Azusa Pacific University
Azusa Pacific’s libraries include the William V. Marshburn Memorial Library, the Hugh and Hazel Darling Library, the Theological Library in the Duke Academic Complex, and six regional center libraries.
The university network provides access to more than 100 electronic databases, including more than 12,000 full-text periodical titles, as well as all of the data available on Web. The Azusa campus libraries are open at convenient times, with special hours set for final exam weeks, vacation breaks, and holidays.
All Access Program
Azusa Pacific is one of the limited colleges and universities that have wireless facilities. This program allows students, faculty, and staff access to the Internet and the APU intranet within 300 feet of any university building. As a part of this program, all freshmen are offered the option of leasing a wireless-ready laptop upon admission.
Located at the base of the San Gabriel mountains in the city of Azusa, APU provides a secure small-town atmosphere where students live within walking distance of restaurants, entertainment venues, churches, shopping, and much more. Additionally, students are within a 45-minute drive of downtown Los Angeles and other exciting locations such as Hollywood, the Getty Art Museum, L.A. Music Center, baseball and basketball stadiums, amusement parks (e.g., Disneyland, Knott's Berry Farm), the mountains, and numerous beaches.
Campus housing consists of living areas that are “on campus” and managed by the university specifically to provide students a community aligned with the mission and purpose of APU. These areas include both residence halls and apartments.
Adams Hall is a three-story residence hall for women, housing primarily first-year students.
Opened in 1994, Engstrom Hall is a four-story residence hall for men and women living on single-gender floors that houses primarily first-year students.
Smith Hall is a two-story residence hall for men, housing primarily first-year students.
Trinity Hall is a five-story residence hall for men and women living on single-gender wings that houses primarily first-year students.
These areas offer apartment-style living within the APU campus housing community. All apartments are within walking distance to campus.
- Alosta Place
- Shire Mods
- University Park
- University Village
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