First-Year Frequently Asked Questions
- How do I get a job on campus?
- Who can answer questions about on-campus jobs?
- Where is the Career Services office?
- Do I have to make an appointment or can I just stop by?
Crouse Center for Student Success
- Where can I get a copy of my schedule?
- Is it too late to add a class to my schedule?
- Where is the Crouse Center?
- How do I find out what books I need?
- What is the Welcome Weekend schedule?
- Is Welcome Weekend required?
- What ways can I get involved on campus?
- Who should I contact if I have questions about Student Activities or Welcome Weekend?
- What is Health Services?
- How much do services cost?
- Where is Health Services?
- When can I go to Health Services?
- Do I need to turn in any immunization records?
- Do I need to turn in a physical?
The first step is to sign up on College Central Network (CCN) at the following link: http://www.collegecentral.com/aurora/index.cfm
- Use your AU ID number, including the leading zero (for example 0123456), as your access ID.
- Use your AU e-mail address.
- Complete the registration process following the directions given on the site.
Once you're registered, go to the CCN home page (http://www.collegecentral.com/aurora/index.cfm).
- You'll see an Application for Student Employment form on the right side - open that, fill it out, save it to your flash drive or your computer.
- Upload the form as your "primary resume" following the directions on the site.
Go to the "jobs" section. Search based on:
- on campus
- part time
- work study
Follow the directions in the posting to apply!
If you have questions, contact Career Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or 630-844-5403.
We are located in Eckhart Hall, Room 316.
You can make an appointment by contacting Career Services (see contact information above). We also offer walk-in hours every Friday from 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Crouse Center for Student Success
Visit WebAdvisor. Log in using your AU e-mail username and password. Click on the ‘Student’ menu and choose ‘Schedule.’ It’s a good idea to check your schedule on WebAdvisor on the first day of classes to make sure your classroom locations haven’t changed.
You can add daytime classes to your schedule until Friday, August 30 at 5:00 p.m. During the first week of the term, the Crouse Center advisors see walk-ins from 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Just stop in to the Crouse Center to adjust your schedule.
You can view your schedule on WebAdvisor, click on any of your class titles, and then click on “Click here for text/supply information for this course” at the bottom of the page.
Visit the AU Bookstore’s website and click on Online Bookstore. Choose “Books,” and then “Textbooks & Course Materials.” Use the drop-down menus to enter your class information.
If you would prefer to rent textbooks, visit the same link above and click on Online Bookstore. Click the large bar at the top of the page that says, “Textbook Choices: Click to Browse Rental, Digital, and More.” Use the search menus to find your books.
Stop by the AU Bookstore in Dunham Hall when you get to campus. Books are organized by subject, and you can purchase them onsite.
If you want to purchase books from a retailer other than AU, use the ISBN number to find and purchase your books.
There are many required events to help you get acclimated to life at Aurora University and learn about resources to help you be successful. The required events are designated with ‘*’ on the schedule.
Find out how to get involved on campus at the Involvement Fair on Thursday, August 29 from 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. on the University Quadrangle. This is a great way to learn about student organizations and many other ways to get connected at AU.
The Office of Student Activities is located in the Spartan Spot. You can stop by or contact Chris de Kok, Director of Student Activities (email@example.com or 630-844-3823) or Megan Russe, Assistant Director of Student Activities (firstname.lastname@example.org or 630-844-5452).
Health Services is a nurse directed health clinic that provides college-specific nursing care to AU students. From the common cold to strep throat or the flu, the staff is able to test and treat a variety of conditions that are most common amongst the college student population.
Services are free for all currently enrolled AU students, with the exception of a small charge for prescription medication.
Health Services is located at 1317 Marseillaise Pl. Please contact us at 630-844-5434 or email us at email@example.com for questions or information on our location. Immunizations may be turned in to Emily Fuller in Eckhart Hall, Room 204.
We are open Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Yes! If you are living on the Aurora campus or taking 9 or more credit hours per 16 week semester, immunization records are required. The requirements are 2 measles, 1 mump, 1 rubella shot (may have been given as a combined MMR shot), and a tetanus/diphtheria (Td or Tdap) shot given in the past 10 years.
No, Health Services does not require you to turn in a physical exam. However, we do require that you complete our Student Health Record.