Posted by Aurora University on March 18, 2014
Aurora University will host three open houses in April for prospective students. During the information sessions, faculty and staff will provide information about degree options, course offerings and admission procedures. Financial aid counselors also will be available.
The following admission events will be held in April:
Transfer and Adult Spring Event
Thursday, April 3 | 4:30-6:00 p.m. | University Banquet Hall in Alumni Hall
Explore Aurora University’s transfer and adult degree completion programs. Learn more about easy transfer of credit, courses that build upon previous studies and one-on-one academic advising. Faculty, admission representatives, current students and financial aid counselors will be available to answer your questions about our academic programs and enrollment. Register at aurora.edu/transferopenhouse.
Spring Freshman Open House
Saturday, April 5 | 8:30 a.m.-Noon | Crimi Auditorium in the Institute for Collaboration
Discover what matters. And build your life around it. Learn more about freshman admission, academics and campus life at the Spring Freshman Open House. Presentations on university admission, financial aid, scholarships and academics will be given. A panel of AU faculty, staff and students also will be available to answer your questions. An academic fair, tours and a luncheon will follow the presentations and panel discussion. Register at aurora.edu/freshmanopenhouse.
Graduate Programs Open House
Thursday, April 10 | 6:00 p.m. | Crimi Auditorium in the Institute for Collaboration
What’s the next step in your career? Get there faster with an Aurora University graduate degree. Meet with graduate faculty to discuss program options. Admission representatives and financial aid counselors also will be available to answer your questions. Evening, weekend and online course options are offered. For a full list of programs, visit aurora.edu/graduate. Register for the Graduate Programs Open House at aurora.edu/gradopenhouse.
Aurora University is an inclusive community dedicated to the transformative power of learning, annually educating more than 4,900 degree-seeking students at the bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral levels. The university has a long tradition of preparing students for lives of service and leadership, and using its resources and expertise to meet the needs of the community. In addition to its main campus in Aurora, Ill., AU offers programs online, at its George Williams College campus in Williams Bay, Wis., and at the Woodstock Center in downtown Woodstock, Ill. Learn more at aurora.edu.