support.apu.edu

JumpForward

Description of Service

JumpForward is an APU Athletics tool for student athletes, coaches and athletic support staff and faculty to view and enter information related to their athletic participation and NCAA compliance, such as hours practiced by a team for a particular week.  

Student athletes will receive instructions from APU Athletics on how and when to use JumpForward.

IMT administrates the Salesforce platform and related applications, as well as data integrations, APU custom code, and single sign-on.


Link to Service

JumpForward can be accessed by authorized individuals via the https://home.apu.edu Athletics tab or via a link in the Resources section of the APU Mobile app.


Audience

yes.jpg Current student athletes

yes.jpg Prospective and former student athletes*

yes.jpg Coaches, assistant coaches

yes.jpg Athletics staff and faculty

 

*access may be limited

 


Requesting Service

The APU Athletics department maintains team rosters and will activate access for JumpForward for athletes.  This is supported by a data integration with PeopleSoft provided by IMT.

 


Help for Service

For current student athletes:   

APU Athletic Department

Student Athlete Handbook

 

For prospective student athletes:

 As a prospective student, it is crucial that you complete a number of steps to put yourself and our coaching staff in the best and most compliant position within which you may be recruited.

  1. Register yourself with the NCAA Eligibility Center as a prospective student-athlete. NCAA Eligibility Center »
  2. Visit athletics.apu.edu and complete the Prospective Student Athlete Questionnaire that can be found under the “recruiting” tab of each sport’s webpage.
  3. Visit apu.edu/apply/ and apply as a traditional undergraduate student for Azusa Pacific University.

NCAA Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete (PDF)

NCAA Eligibility Brochure »

NCAA Eligibility Center »

NCAA Transfer Guide »


 

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