Your home away from home!
The Campus Life Office oversees the Housing and Residence Life operations at APU. We strive to make your on-campus living experience as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. We are dedicated to the social and mental well-being of our residents, as well as their physical comfort while living on campus.
We are pleased to provide a safe environment conducive to the educational, social, and overall developmental growth of the resident. We work to promote the concepts of wellness and community to those living within our halls as well as to the university as a whole.
Important Dates for Fall 2014 Applicants
Prospective students can expect to receive a call from Campus Life within 5 business days to discuss housing options and the $400 housing deposit after a successful Housing Application is submitted.
Important Dates for Fall 2014 Returning Student Applicants
Fall 2014 Opening Dates
During Fall 2014, APU move-in for all students will be on:
- Thursday, August 21st, 2014 – New Students Encouraged to Attend Orientation
We’re here to help you on your path to success!
From the day you move on campus, we hope that you will find the Campus Life Office and our staff to be a helpful resource to you. We strive to make our residence halls more than a place to sleep, but rather work to facilitate the development of a thriving campus community.
All staff members have special training and experience in counseling and the issues associated with succeeding in college. Our full-time professional staff, as well as our student staff members, are here to make your life on campus safe, educational, exciting and fun!
Promoting development through the living-learning environment
Our mission is to enhance the development of our students by providing a supportive and safe living-learning environment within our residence halls. We, along with our residential students, share the responsibility of creating and maintaining a positive community that is conducive to student success.
We accomplish this by promoting respect, empowering students to affect the community, advocating and adapting to the changing needs of students, and providing programs and experiences beyond the classroom.