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Lausanne Covenant

The Lausanne Covenant (1974)   As an inclusive private non-sectarian school, American Pathways University maintains a respectful and congenial orientation toward faith-based individuals and organizations. Accordingly, the Board and faculty of the University endorse the following summary affirmations of the Lausanne Covenant of 1974 that are generally held tenets by faith-based organizations of... [Read more]

Institutional Statements

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School Year Calendar

UNIVERSITY CALENDAR SCHOOL YEAR Fall Semester: Courses are scheduled from September to mid-January: September 1–January 14. Spring Semester: Courses are scheduled from mid-January to end of May: January 15–May 31. Summer Semester: Courses are scheduled from June through August: June 1–August 31. Holidays: Classes are not scheduled during New Years Day, Easter weekend, Memorial Day weekend,... [Read more]

Institutional Vision

Introducing students to the WORLD OF IDEAS and preparing graduates for the WORLD OF WORK.  Read More →

University Mission

American Pathways University provides an affordable, accessible, and authorized program of Christian-based higher education that introduces students to the world of ideas and prepares graduates for the world of work by facilitating immediate and long-term intellectual, professional, and personal development in thinking, doing, and being as cornerstones for life-long learning, spiritual formation, personal... [Read more]

State Authorization

American Pathways University (APU) has been authorized by the Colorado Department of Higher Education (CDHE) to operate in the State of Colorado since 2004. For the listing of American Pathways University by the CDHE as a private institution of higher education, go to highered.colorado.gov. The CDHE has determined state authorization is probationary with the understanding that APU must make satisfactory... [Read more]

Accreditation

Accreditation is the primary means by which the quality of higher education and programs is assured. Accreditation is a voluntary, private and nongovernmental process, and a form of self-regulation in which colleges, universities and programs of higher education in the United States have come together to develop standards, policies, and procedures for self-examination and judgment by peers. The process... [Read more]

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Student Financial Aid

Student Financial Aid   APU does not participate in the Federal student financial aid program. However, the University offers qualified students an institutional tuition scholarship for up to 80% of tuition cost, depending on affiliation, residency, community service, and income—with the tuition and fees cost of a four-year bachelors degree as low as $3,200 after the 80% scholarship is applied.... [Read more]

Committees

COMMITTEES OF THE BOARD Executive Committee: Exercises oversight of the corporation on behalf of the Board between plenary sessions of the Board of Directors. Oversight Committee: Provides general review of institutional policies and operations, the Office of the President, and conflicts of interest. Academic Affairs Committee: Provides specific review of academic policies, programs, development,... [Read more]

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