Directory Information

Address347 S Gladstone Ave, Aurora, IL 60506-4892
Phone630-892-6431
WEBSchool's Website
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School Typefour-years, private (not-for-profit)
Carnegie CategoryMaster's College and University (larger programs)
Highest Degree OfferedDoctor's degree - research/scholarship

2022 Tuition & Fees and 2023 Estimation

For undergraduate school, the 2022 tuition and fees of Aurora University are $26,760. For graduate programs, its 2022 graduate school tuition and fees are $14,100.
The estimated 2023 tuition & fees are $27,200 based on the tuition changes over the past five years. The estimated 2023 graduate school tuition & fees are $15,061.
2021-22 Tuition & Fees2022-23 Estimation
Undergraduate$26,760
Graduate$14,100
Data source: 2021-2022 tuition - NCES(National Center for Education Statistics (Last update: March 14, 2022)
Undergraduate$27,200
Graduate$15,061
The 2022-2023 tuition is announced/published officially by the Aurora directly. The 2023 graduate tuition & fees is not yet announced or vary by program. The estimation is based on the rate of last year. See the Aurora bursar/financial aid page for more information.

2022 Key Stats

The Acceptance rate at Aurora University is 86% and the yield (enrollment rate) is 31%. The average SAT scores submitted by enrolled students is 1,045.
The average graduation rate is 58%. Total 6,265 students are attending the school and the school offers campus housing facilities (i.e. dormitory and residence halls possessed by the school).
The average earning in 10 years after graduation from the school is $46,200. The average salary varies depending on the field of study where the Registered Nursing/Registered Nurse program shows the highest salary with $60,900 after graduating. Key academic stats for the school are listed in the next table.
2022 Aurora Key Academics Statistics
Admission Stats »86% Acceptance Rate / 31% Yield
Test Scores »1,045 SAT / 22 ACT
Graduation Rate »58%
Retention Rate78%(full-time), 33% (part-time)
Student to Faculty Ratio5.00% (20 to 1)
Student Population »6,265 (4,158 undergraduate)
Average Financial Aid »$15,287
Average Earning After 10 years of graduation$46,200
Average Salary by Field of Study$22,600 - $60,900

Special Learning Opportunities and On-Campus Student Services

Aurora University offers online classes (distance learning opportunities) for both undergraduate and graduate programs. It has ROTC programs and offers teacher certification programs designed to prepare students to meet the requirements for certification as teachers. The next table summarizes the special learning opportunities.
Special Learning Opportunities at Aurora
Online ClassUndergraduate, Graduate
ROTCArmy
Weekend/Evening CollegeYes
Teacher CertificationYes
Study AbroadYes
Aurora provides several student services including remedial services, academic/career counseling services, employment services for students, Placement services for completers.
On-Campus Student Services at Aurora
Remedial servicesYes
Academic/career counseling serviceYes
Employment services for studentsYes
Placement services for completersYes
On-campus day care for students' childrenNo
Library facilities at institutionVarious Library Facilities Provided

Campus Life

The following table illustrates the special characteristics of Aurora. It has dormitories (or campus-owned housing) and its capacity is 720. It also offers separate board/meal plans and the annual cost is $5,200.
Aurora Special Characteristics
Religious AffiliationNot applicable
Has HospitalNo
Offer Medical DegreeNo
Board/Meal PlanYes
Dormitory Capacity720


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