Posted by Aurora University on June 26, 2014
Aurora University will host three open houses in July 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 July:
Transfer and Adult Summer Event
Wednesday, July 16, 2014 | 4:30-6:00 p.m. | Dunham Hall Atrium (1400 Marseillaise Place)
Complete your bachelor’s degree at Aurora University. Explore traditional undergraduate and adult degree completion programs, and discover easy transfer of credit and courses that build upon your previous studies. Faculty, financial aid counselors, admission representatives and current students will be available to answer your questions. Register at aurora.edu/transferevent.
Freshman Summer Open House
Wednesday, July 23 | 5:30-8:30 p.m. | Crimi Auditorium in the Institute for Collaboration (1347 Prairie Street)
Discover what matters. And build your life around it. Learn more about freshman admission, academics and campus life at the Freshman Summer Open House. Presentations on university admission, academics and student life will be given. Campus tours and an ice cream social will follow the presentations. Register at aurora.edu/summeropenhouse.
Adult Degree Completion Open House
Thursday, July 31 | 5:30-7:30 p.m. | Dunham Hall Atrium (1400 Marseillaise Place)
The time is now. The future is yours. Complete your bachelor’s degree in a flexible format built around your busy life. Learn more about Aurora University’s adult degree completion programs in accounting, business administration, communication, criminal justice, marketing, nursing (RN to BSN), psychology and social work. Bring your transcripts for an evaluation of prior credit. Admission representatives, faculty and financial aid counselors will be available to answer your questions. Register today at aurora.edu/adcopenhouse.
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 and the Orchard Center 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.