Univision recently featured Antonio Contreras, BS ‘15, in a segment about his success in becoming a teacher as a first generation college graduate. Contreras credits his success in education, both as a student and professional, to two main factors: Golden Apple Scholars and Aurora University.
Did you know it can take a new graduate six to eight months to find a full-time job in his or her career field? That means if you are looking for a full-time job or internship at the end of the spring semester, you should start looking now.
As part of the university’s growing commitment to help students prepare for success, The Spartan Attic, a professional clothing closet for AU students, will be opening in February.
Jimmie Delgado, BA ‘05, MBA ’16, was recently appointed by the Waubonsee Community College Board of Trustees to replace a former trustee who had resigned. Delgado will finish the rest of that member’s term, which ends in 2017.
After more than 30 years working in municipal law enforcement, Gary Bolt brings a wealth of experience to AU as Director of Campus Public Safety, a position he has held for over three years. Before joining AU, he most recently worked for the Naperville Police Department, retiring as deputy chief in 2012.