Internships, choir tours, study abroad experiences, and mission trips — all adventures beyond the classroom — give students the opportunity to help others, think on their feet, meet remarkable people, and learn vital skills. All of which will help them in their careers. Political science and business administration double major Christine Emma-Ann Williams ’19, recently shared her experience participating in an exciting off-campus learning opportunity.
Earning a college degree — whether undergraduate or graduate — is to be celebrated. Earning a new type of degree is truly special. For 32 Aurora University students, that moment of pride happened earlier this spring.
Jackie Speciale, MBA ’14, applies knowledge and skills learned while pursing her master’s degree in the field, in the community and in her volunteer efforts with the American Red Cross.
With a membership roster of nearly 100 students, the Aurora University chapter of the American Marketing Association isn’t the biggest one in the country — but it is the best.
The Aurora University School of Business and Public Policy will host the second of its ongoing Nonprofit Leadership Institute Series panel discussions on June 13, 2017, from 7:30 to 9 a.m. at the Aurora University Orchard Center, 2245 Sequoia Drive, in Aurora.