WELCOME TO AZUSA PACIFIC UNIVERSITY
MURRIETA REGIONAL CAMPUS
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M U R R I E TA R E G I O N A L C A M P U S 40508 MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS RD. (951) 304-3400
Hours of Operation: M - Th 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Fr 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
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MU Regional Campus
Learning Enrichment Center
Services and Resources
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Online Title IX Training
GPSGA Student Government
Military and Veteran Student Resource Guide
MU Campus-specific Information
Restaurants Nearby locations
LEARN MORE ABOUT PROGRAMS AT AZUSA PACIFIC UNIVERSITYâ€™S MURRIETA REGIONAL CAMPUS apu.edu/murrieta/programs
Assistant Director: Gloria Wolnick firstname.lastname@example.org Program Representatives: Rachel Jacobs email@example.com Brionica Bryson firstname.lastname@example.org Nadchely Rodriguez email@example.com
QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR PROGRAM Business - MBA/MBM: Michael Chrzanowski firstname.lastname@example.org Educational Technology/ Learning and Technology: Mary Biroscak email@example.com Educational Leadership:
Graduate Psychology/MFT: Melissa Zwart, LMFT firstname.lastname@example.org Anissa Villalobos, M.A. email@example.com Multiple Subject Teaching:
Adapted Physical Education:
Cindy Tanis, Ph.D.
School Counseling: Michelle Cox, Ph.D. firstname.lastname@example.org Single Subject Teaching:
Jeanne Reynaga email@example.com
Special Education: Julie Magana (A-L) firstname.lastname@example.org Mona Girgis (M-Z) email@example.com
WHO TO CONTACT MURRIETA REGIONAL CAMPUS 40508 Murrieta Hot Springs Rd. Murrieta, CA 92563 (951) 304-3400 firstname.lastname@example.org apu.edu/murrieta
Hours of Operation: M - Th 10 a.m. - 8 p.m., Fr 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
CAMPUS SAFETY/EMERGENCY In case of emergency Call 911 Azusa Campus Safety (626) 815-3898 MU Police Non-Emergency (951) 696-3615 Fire Department (951) 304-FIRE LOGIN OR OTHER COMPUTING ISSUES IMT Support Desk (626) 815-5050 email@example.com REGIONAL CAMPUS STAFF Interim Director Drake Levasheff firstname.lastname@example.org Assistant Director Gloria Wolnick email@example.com Program Representative Rachel Jacobs firstname.lastname@example.org Program Representative Nadchely Rodriguez email@example.com Program Representative Brionica Bryson firstname.lastname@example.org Sr. Office Services Maria Buffington-Guido Coordinator email@example.com Office Services Rose Thierry Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org
SPIRITUAL GUIDANCE SA N D I EG O R EG I O N A L CA M P U S Chaplain Guy Fox 5353 MISSION CENTER RD., STE. 300 SAN DIEGO, CA 92108 email@example.com (619) 718-9655 firstname.lastname@example.org apu.edu/sandiego Hours of Operation: M - Th 8:30 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Fr 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
“Belief in Christ is central to all that we think and do, and who we are. It is this understanding of God’s love that informs all our pursuits: academic, service, and community.”
FINANCIAL AID 8
You are not on your own. When it comes to figuring out how to finance your investment in advanced education, you are not on your own. APUâ€™s Graduate and Professional Student Account Counselors are available to help you coordinate financial aid packages, scholarships, fellowships, and loans. Personalized financial aid services ensure that you receive the best and most appropriate types of assistance. Count on your Student Account Counselor to help you explore all of your options and make wise decisions regarding your investment.
Find your Student Account Counselor by calling the Graduate and Professional Center at (626) 815-4570 or go to apu.edu/gpc/sfs/counselors.
REGISTRATION FOR COURSES
REGISTRATION FOR GRADUATE AND PROFESSIONAL STUDENTS All students can enroll in Azusa Pacific University courses online at: home.apu.edu. View Class Registration Instructions (PDF) for a detailed tutorial. In order to add or drop classes, access the home portal at: home.apu.edu within the add/drop deadline. If you are past the add/drop deadline, you will need to fill out and Enrollment Activity Form (EAF) and return it to the Graduate and Professional Registrar at the Graduate and Professional Center or by scanning the EAF and emailing it to email@example.com.
HAVING DIFFICULTY WITH REGISTRATION? If you are having difficulty with the registration process, contact the Graduate and Professional Center at (626) 815-4570 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
ACADEMIC ADVISING Academic advising is suggested for all students. Some programs require that this be completed prior to admission and/or registration of classes. Please contact the department for specific guidelines in this area.
QUESTIONS ABOUT COURSE MATERIAL Students with questions about class, class schedules/syllabus, books and course material needed, and academic advising will need to contact their respective Academic Department or Academic Advisor.
IMPORTANT DATES Consult the Academic Calendar at: apu.edu/calendar/academic for registration dates and deadlines.
The Learning Enrichment Center is dedicated to helping each person experience maximum intellectual development and growth. The LEC staff is committed to serving the community by providing individual and group subject-area tutoring, supplemental instruction, academic accommodations for students with disabilities, and learning strategy assistance. For more information about the Learning Enrichment Center, check out apu.edu/lec or call (626) 815-3849.
LETâ€™S GET STARTED CONGRATULATIONS AND WELCOME! THE TIME HAS COME TO START AS A GRADUATE OR PROFESSIONAL STUDENT AT AZUSA PACIFIC UNIVERSITY AND THERE ARE HELPFUL SERVICES AND RESOURCES FOR YOU TO MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR APU EXPERIENCE.
To use APU’s wireless network: Go to wireless settings for your device, search for available networks and connect to APUWIFI. Enter your APU NetID and password to connect.
IMT has provided documentation at here with more details regarding other trouble shooting tips. If you have questions, please contact IMT at (626) 815-5050.
The One Card Office issues APU student identification (ID) cards. You have two options for obtaining an APU student ID: 1) Go online to: apu.edu/ campusauxiliary/onecardoffice. In the column, click on the Graduate or Professional Student ID Cards and follow the instructions. Remember to attach your photo to your order. 2) Visit the One Card office on the West Campus during normal business hours: M-Fr 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
RESOURCES TAB SAKAI
Sakai is APU’s online learning management system (LMS). Faculty may require use of Sakai for student coursework including assignments, tests, and online forums. It is available at: sakai.apu.edu
If you need assistance with using Sakai, please contact ITT at email@example.com or a student video tour of Sakai is also available here.
When you have a few minutes, become familiar with the Graduate and Professional Resources Tab at: home. apu.edu called Grad/Pro Resources. When you click on the tab, a directory of offices and resources are listed for your convenience and easy access within the APU website.
If you are parking on the APU Azusa campuses, you need a parking permit. If you only visit the Azusa campuses occasionally, you will need to obtain either a parking permit for Regional Campus students (with a $4.75 processing fee that will be charged to your student account) or a visitor’s pass on the day of your visit from the welcome booth on University Drive or in the Parking Office in Adams Hall to prevent being ticketed. Regional Campuses do not require parking permits but all students are required to register their vehicles in case of emergency at the following link: apu.thepermitstore.com. You may also use this link to request a parking permit. Once you register online, if you are an Azusa campus student or have at least one class at the Azusa campuses you must purchase a permit ($129.75 per semester), your student account will be charged and your parking permit will be mailed to you.
Use your APU ID Card to check out library resources or your APU NetID to access electronic resources or online databases at: apu.edu/library.
â€œWe are called to scholarship permeated by our Christian faith. We are committed to teaching excellence. The liberal arts are central in the curriculum, for we are dedicated to the education of the whole person. At the same time, we value the role of professional offerings that prepare students for specific careers.â€?
STANDARDS OF CONDUCT 18
As part of the APU Community. Because Community is tremendously important to APU and a Cornerstone of our educational context, we expect all students to be familiar with the Graduate and Professional Student Standards of Conduct found online in the Graduate and Professional Catalog. In this document, APU upholds:
Respect for Others
Respect for University
Students with questions about our standards can contact the Graduate and Professional Student Affairs Office at (626) 815-4655 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
All new graduate and professional students at APU are required to complete Part I of Haven Plus, an educational module on issues of sexual violence and APUâ€™s Title IX policy. The link to the training can be found at: apu.edu/gpc/studentaffairs.
STUDENT DISCOUNTS The Office of Graduate and Professional Student Affairs has compiled a list of general and locationspecific student discounts.
OFFICE OF GRADUATE AND PROFESSIONAL STUDENT AFFAIRS
your graduate and professional student experience.
GRADUATE AND PROFESSIONAL STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS Create an official Azusa Pacific University student organization based on your interests or hobbies. gpstudentorganizations.apu.edu Office of Graduate and Professional Student Affairs
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Advocates, Fosters community, Encourages collaboration, Highlights resources, & Drives change.
Check our site for more information at: gpsga.apu.edu
â€œWe believe in community. We are a richly diverse people who value the worth of each individual. Our mission is to encourage, equip, and enable each student to fulfill his or her great potential, and in turn, encourage, equip, and enable others.â€?
HEALTH INSURANCE Must be renewed for both fall and spring terms. Students with questions about enrolling or the current fee should contact the
APU student health insurance is with United Healthcare and is available to
Graduate and Professional
graduate and professional students
Center at (626) 815-4570.
who are enrolled at least half-time in an
For more information about the
academic program. The current graduate
APU Student Health Center
and professional health insurance fee is
in Azusa, CA, go to apu.edu/
listed at: apu.edu/gpc/sfs/costs/fees/.
The current health insurance fee will
appear as a charge on the studentâ€™s account, which can be viewed at home. apu.edu. Graduate and professional students interested in health insurance must enroll by completing the Graduate and Professional Health Insurance Request Form online. Graduate International Students on APU I-20 and DS 2019: You do NOT need to submit a digital request form because you have been automatically signed up for health insurance.
NEED HELP? Client Services is your “411” for anything Graduate and Professional at Azusa Pacific University. The Client Services staff at the Graduate & Professional Center (GPC) will connect you with your specific counselor or advisor to assist with your questions, from issues concerning your student financial account to getting official grade transcripts. (626) 815-4570 or email@example.com 568 E. Foothill Blvd, Azusa, CA Office Hours: M-Th 8:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m., Fr 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
OFFICE OF MILITARY AND VETERAN SERVICES
STUDENT RESOURCE GUIDE ARMY NAVY MARINE CORPS COAST GUARD AIR FORCE GUARD AND RESERVES
God-honoring Excellence Since 1899.
ADDITIONAL REGIONAL CAMPUS-SPECIFIC INFORMATION
Student Lounge & Study Areas Student lounge and study areas are available during office hours. A vending area, two microwaves, and a refrigerator are available for student-use. 27
Copies & Printers Copies can be made at the campus front office for 10 cents per copy. Printing from student lounge can be picked up at the campus front office desk for 10 cents per copy.
Emergency Preparedness Plan Contact the Campus Assistant Director, Gloria Wolnick at firstname.lastname@example.org or (626) 815-2185 or (951) 969-3615 to be included in the MRC emergency notification system.
RESTAURANTS NEAR THE MURRIETA REGIONAL CAMPUS BUFFALO WILD WINGS (951) 677-3636
YOGURT-LAND (951) 461-9262
EL POLLO LOCO (951) 304-7082
WENDY’S (DRIVE THRU)
FLAME BROILER (951) 461-2200
MURRIETA TOWN CENTER ACROSS THE STREET FROM MURRIETA PLAZA:
HABIT - BURGER GRILL (951) 696-2288
DEL TACO (DRIVE THRU) (951) 677-0819
IT’S A GRIND COFFEE HOUSE (951) 677-6361
HONEYCUTT FARMS FAMILY RESTAURANT AND DELI (951) 698-0098
PACIFIC PITA MEDITERRANEAN KITCHEN (951) 696-4040 RUBIO’S FISH TACOS AND MORE (951) 691-5160 SAM’S CLUB CAFE (No membership required) (951) 696-4500 SUBMARINA FREQUENT BUYER’S CARD (951) 969-1645 THE HAT (951) 304-2244
HOT WOK (951) 696-7570 MAMA ROSE’S PIZZERIA (951) 677-7727 ONE SUSHI & GRILL (951) 461-1311 PUERTO NUEVO MEXICAN FOOD (951) 677-8863 SIZZLER (951) 698-5623
ALTA MURRIETA TOWN CENTER ADJACENT TO MURRIETA PLAZA: CARL’S JR (951) 461-0348 TASTE OF SIAM THAI FOOD (951) 677-5590 29 EAST OF THE SHELL GAS STATION AND WEST OF JACKSON: ALBERTO’S MEXICAN FOOD (951)600-1215
â€œService is at the heart of our local and international outreach, missions, and service-learning endeavors. Our students often find these experiences to be among the greatest of their lives.â€?
CORNERSTONE The Graduate and Professional Center (626) 815-4570 email@example.com Updated 2017_7_5