Glendale

Arizona Christian University is excited to announce that we are moving from our current location to a new campus, a few miles away in Glendale, AZ, the former home of Thunderbird School of Global Management. This opportunity gives ACU room to grow on a campus that is much larger and has dozens of state of the art academic and student life buildings.  The move follows the completion of a land exchange agreement through which ACU is exchanging land of equal value – for its campus on Cactus Road in Phoenix. We hope you will share in celebrating God’s faithfulness as ACU’s pursues it’s vital mission!

Len Munsil

PRESIDENT OF ARIZONA CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY

“Frankly, this opportunity for ACU and for your students, and all future students, is nothing short of a miracle. We hope you and your student will share in celebrating God’s faithfulness and provision for ACU’s vital mission. Thank you for your support, cooperation, and prayers!”

Michael Crow

PRESIDENT OF ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY

“Congratulations on this exciting and historic chapter for ACU. The transition to a new university home will undoubtedly bring new learning and engagement opportunities for students, faculty, staff, university partners and the community at large.”

Jerry P. Weiers

MAYOR CITY OF GLENDALE

“It is a pleasure for me to extend personally, as well as on behalf of the City Council and all the residents of our city, a most cordial welcome to the City of Glendale. We are proud to have you as part of our growing and thriving community.”

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ACU is an accredited, private, non-profit, Christian university in Phoenix, Arizona with a wide variety of majors and areas of study preparing students for successful careers, while remaining committed to its vision of transforming culture with biblical truth. Students actively engage in biblically-integrated degrees, which critical thinking skills that last a lifetime. Spiritual development is also integrated within the University experience where all four-year campus students receive a minor in Biblical Studies, attend chapel twice a week, and complete spiritual formation and service hours each semester.