Creating Success for College

Students at a table.

Enhancing the first-year success of conditionally admitted students.

At Aurora University, each student is treated as an individual - never a number. We know that a high school GPA and standardized test scores don’t always provide us with a full picture of a student’s academic ability. While our admission standards guide how we assess applicants, we also recognize potential beyond test scores and class rankings. In such situations, we invite students to join the AU community on a conditional basis.

These conditions are designed to provide us with the best opportunity to support you. We’ve had many conditionally admitted students achieve great success at AU, and we believe strongly in your ability to do the same.

Conditions for Enrollment

In order to help you reach your full potential, we have applied the following conditions to your enrollment:

Questions? Contact:
Chelsea Stephens, LSW
Academic Advisor, IDS1100/1110 Course Coordinator and Instructor

Additional Resources for Academic Success

Academic Support Center
Content-specific tutoring is offered in a variety of disciplines by our professional staff and peer tutors. Study sessions and individual appointments are designed to help students achieve academic success. Writing specialists are also available to guide students through the entire writing process both online and in-person.

To schedule an appointment:

For more information:
Call: 630-844-5520
Text: 630-447-9187
Location: Phillips Library, First Floor

Disability Resource Office
The Disability Resource Office creates learning environments that are accessible, equitable, inclusive, and empower students with a documented disability to participate in every aspect of academic and campus life.

To schedule an appointment:
Call: 630-844-5454

January Jumpstart
January Jumpstart is a series of free virtual workshops designed to help students return from winter break recharged and ready to succeed. Past workshops have included academic support topics, such as overcoming the procrastination habit, strategies for effective test taking, and improving academic reading skills. Click here to view recordings of past workshops.