A strong tradition of excellence both on and off the playing field defines the Aurora University student-athlete experience. Character, integrity and civility are as important as game-winning baskets and goals. At the core of the AU athletic experience is the health and welfare of every student-athlete.
Aurora native Wendell Minor returns to his hometown this week for a remarkable exhibition of his original works in the new home of the Schingoethe Center of Aurora University.
Kaiya Hollister, a fifth grader at the John C. Dunham STEM Partnership School, won the World Robot Olympiad (WRO) national competition this past weekend. Team RoboGals was comprised of Hollister and Jensie Coonradt, 9, of Oswego.
Students are preparing to open Libby’s Place this fall, a new campus food pantry created to address food insecurity among some AU students.
Excitement is in the air at Aurora University with approximately 629 freshmen joining the campus community last week.