Aurora University has two distinctive campuses and two educational centers. Please visit the campus websites for specific information on admission, academic programs, student services and events.
Located in the second-largest city in Illinois just 40 miles from downtown Chicago, the Aurora main campus offers more than 40 undergraduate majors and extensive graduate offerings. The campus includes six residence halls, athletics facilities and Phillips Library.
Opening in July 2014. Located approximately five miles from the Aurora campus at 2245 Sequoia Drive, near the interchange of I-88 and Orchard Road, the Orchard Center offers additional classroom space and offices for students enrolled in main campus programs. The Center for Adult and Graduate Studies is also housed at the Orchard Center.
George Williams College campus
Nestled on the shores of Geneva Lake in Williams Bay, Wisconsin, George Williams College offers undergraduate and graduate programs in education, parks and recreation, social work, and sustainability and environmental management as well as a RN to BSN program in nursing. The wooded setting offers opportunities for reflection and outdoor activity, while its location just one hour from Milwaukee and Madison allows students to take advantage of many cultural experiences. George Williams College also houses a conference center.
The Woodstock Center, located in downtown Woodstock, Illinois, offers evening and weekend programs in business, criminal justice, nursing and social work. The center also offers an adult degree-completion program. The Woodstock Center, in the heart of McHenry County, is conveniently located near I-90 and the Woodstock Metra Union Pacific Northwest Line (UP-LN) station.