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Business Resources Near Azusa Pacific University

When your student heads to college, there’s a whole new community to explore. We help parents find the resources they need. From APU student housing to APU off-campus apartments, we will point you to the most student-friendly housing options in Azusa. Along with on- and off-campus housing, your student may need help finding a bank near APU, or a convenient Azusa healthcare provider. Last but not least, you’re sure to want to visit! Whether you’re looking for a place to stay for move-in, family weekend, graduation or any time in between, we can introduce you to the best hotels and restaurants near APU campus plus share ideas for activities to enjoy with your student or on your own.

APU Finance & Insurance

  • America's Christian Credit Union
    America's Christian Credit Union

    America's Christian Credit Union was founded on a basic principle, which still brightly shines through all we do today. We are here "To Reach, Serve and Teach."

APU Hotels

  • Courtyard Marriott Monrovia
    Courtyard Marriott Monrovia

    Courtyard by Marriott Los Angeles/Pasadena/Monrovia is built for the active modern traveler seeking comfort and efficiency from their hotel.

  • Vanlle Hotel and Suites by LVGEM
    Vanlle Hotel and Suites by LVGEM

    Our beautiful 258 all-suite, mission style property is conveniently located off the I-10 at the Holt Ave exit. Suites feature a King or two Doubles with a sleeper sofa in separate living area. Comp parking, WI-FI and hot breakfast. We recommend our Hamilton's Steakhouse for lunch or fine dining.

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RECENT POSTS

  • At 10:32 am
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