Visitors and the Community
You don’t have to be a student to experience Aurora University. Our campuses in Aurora, IL, and Williams Bay, WI, offer community members many opportunities to interact with AU:
- Arts and Ideas series
- Schingoethe Center for Native American Cultures
- Art Exhibits in the Schingoethe Gallery
- The Jenks Memorial Collection of Adventual Materials
- Author readings
- Music by the Lake at The Ferro Pavilion
The Aurora campus offers regular events, such as concerts, art, theatre and educational forums at:
- Crimi Auditorium
- Perry Theatre
The George Williams College campus features:
- Meeting and retreat facilities
- Beasley Campus Center
- Lakefront lodging
- The Ferro Pavilion
- George Williams Memorial Room
Community members also benefit from the:
- Aurora University Human Resources Institute: HR professionals may attend free workshops, covering a wide variety of HR issues.
- Bistro Speaker Series: Held at the GWC campus, these informative and engaging talks are open to community members.
- Literacy program: Adults can learn to read through this program, thanks to the involvement of our student-athletes.
- Student fundraising events: Not-for-profit organizations receive funds through events such as Bowl-a-thon, Battle of the Bands and a Bags Tournament.