Student Organizations

Student organizations play an important role in campus life at Aurora University. These organizations incorporate rewarding learning experiences, leadership opportunities, exciting relationships, as well as enjoyment for all members. Organizations provide a means for people to become more involved with other students and the university. Not only is it an outlet for students with specific skills and interests to participate in activities that interest them, but it also helps to create a vibrant campus community that we all can enjoy.

All Aurora University students are eligible to participate in whichever interest-related organizations they wish. There are currently more than 50 student interest organizations at Aurora. Don’t see what you’re interested in on our list of student organizations? Start your own! Simply gather four other students who are interested in the same thing and identify a staff/faculty member to work with you as the advisor of the organization.

For more information regarding student organizations, please contact the Director of Leadership Development located in the Kimberly and James Hill Center for Student Success.

Aurora University Students' Association
The Aurora University Students' Association (AUSA) is the student-based governing body at AU and serves as a liaison between students and university administration. AUSA officers and senators are elected each year by their peers to serve one-year terms, with senators representing the four classes (freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors).