From the first days of classes to good times on the quad, there were plenty of campus activities during opening week of the 2014-2015 school year. As students connected with the campus, they also learned about opportunities to be involved at AU during the Involvement Fair, a fun showcase of campus clubs and services.
With the arrival of fall semester, the excitement is building for another year of the Celebrating Arts and Ideas series at Aurora University. More than 25 free events will be presented on the Aurora campus during 2014–2015, featuring well-known actors, accomplished musicians and expert guests and faculty speaking on a variety of topics.
Darelyn Chambers, AU ’14, is an excellent example of the “service before self” mantra. And when she enrolled at Aurora University, she knew exactly what she wanted to do, but was not sure how to bring those dreams to reality.
Since 1962, Phillips Library has served Aurora University students with their research and educational needs. According to Amy Schlumpf Manion, Information Services Librarian, steps taken in previous years have enabled the library to better connect students to necessary information.
Discover what matters. And build your life around it. That is exactly what social work major Tiffany Cunnally did during her time at Aurora University.