Aurora/Naperville, IL College Campus

Learn With Support. Graduate With Confidence.

Our Aurora/Naperville, IL college campus offers relevant degree options that can help give you a competitive advantage in the job market. Plus, with SUPPORT+, our comprehensive network of student support services, you receive the academic and career services support you need to succeed—at no additional cost to you.

As a graduate, you will have gained the skills and knowledge necessary to enter your career with confidence. Take the first step toward a brighter future. Complete the form on this page to contact a program manager, learn more about Rasmussen College, and schedule a campus tour. We look forward to meeting you.


Each of our Rasmussen College campuses works to provide every student with a welcoming and positive learning environment focused on student success. Although every campus has the same goal of providing a solid higher education environment, every campus is also unique, with a personality that is distinctly their own. As a student at our Aurora campus, you can:

  • Volunteer for community service projects, including: Bowl for Kids Sake fundraiser sponsored by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southern Kane and Kendall Counties, family sponsorship during the holidays, Warrenville Youth and Family Services (WYFS-donation drive, and Junior Achievement education initiatives
  • Network with business professionals in our vast small business and corporate partnerships through on and off campus events
  • Join the Rasmussen Automation Team (RAT), our team of students who provide low to no cost computer/IT services to students and the community for everything from common laptop problems and broken USB keys, to iPod malfunctions and network installation, to computer purchase advice
  • Work as a Coding Mentor after you successfully complete coding classes and provide on campus and online coding mentoring/support to our current coding students
As a non-traditional student, I was not sure that I would fit in, but those concerns vanished when I first stepped foot on campus. The staff is knowledgeable, helpful, and always available to lend an ear.
Karen Garifo
School of Health Sciences (Romeoville/Joliet, IL)

Higher Learning Commission

Rasmussen College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.

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Preparing You For Career Success

Our career services advisors are dedicated to helping you—both as a student and as a graduate—find the career that is right for you. With years of experience, vital professional contacts, and invaluable insight into the hiring process, our career services advisors have helped our graduates find employment in their field of study or continue their education.

Through our local and national corporate partnerships, we gain valuable insight into the industries our graduates enter and provide our partners with knowledgeable and skilled professionals who are prepared to have a positive impact on their organizations. Check out a few of the companies we are proud to call our partners.

Degrees Offered at our Aurora/Naperville, IL College Campus

Bachelor’s and Associate’s degrees, Diplomas, and Certificates are offered through our Aurora/Naperville, IL college campus, in our six schools of study: health sciences, business, education, justice studies, nursing, and technology and design.

Complete the form on this page to contact a program manager for details about our degree options and how we can help you achieve your academic and career goals.

School of Business
Accelerated Business Management
Accelerated Business Systems Analysis
Accelerated Entrepreneurship
Accelerated Finance
Accelerated HR and Organizational Leadership
Accelerated Marketing
Business Management
Healthcare Management
HR and Organizational Leadership
Public Accounting
School of Design
Graphic Design
Animation and Motion Graphics
Web and Interactive Design
School of Education
Accelerated Early Childhood Education Leadership
Early Childhood Education
Child & Family Studies
Child Development
English Language Learners
Special Needs
School of Health Sciences
Health Information Management
Health Information Technician
Medical Administration
Medical Assisting
Medical Billing and Coding
Pharmacy Technician
School of Justice Studies
Criminal Justice
Accelerated CJ Leadership & Management
Criminal Justice
Fire Science
School of Nursing
School of Technology
Information Technology Management
Computer Information Technology
Network Administration
Network Security
Computer Science
Game and Simulation Programming
Information Security
Information Technology Management
Software Application Development
Web Programming
Contact Information

2363 Sequoia Dr.
Aurora, IL 60506
Phone: 630-888-3500
Fax: 630-888-3501

Monday — Thursday: 8:00 a.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Saturday: 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Sunday: Closed

  • Chad KnappCampus DirectorChad KnappPhone: 630-888-3500
  • Michael SteinkeDirector of AdmissionsMichael SteinkePhone: 630-888-3500
Transcript Request

If you are a graduate, current student, or former student of Rasmussen College Aurora/Naperville, IL campus, contact our campus for a copy of your official transcript.

  1. Download and complete a Transcript Request form (PDF)
  2. Drop it off or send it via U.S. mail or fax

Mail: 2363 Sequoia Drive, Aurora, IL 60506
Fax: 630-888-3501

Surrounding Communities
  • North Aurora 3.5 miles
  • Naperville 14.6 miles
  • Big Rock 11.1 miles
  • Montgomery 6.1 miles
  • Sugar Grove 5.9 miles
  • Oswego 9.4 miles
  • Plano 16.8 miles
  • Warrenville 12.9 miles
  • Batavia 6.6 miles
  • St. Charles 11.9 miles
  • Winfield 15.6 miles
  • West Chicago 16.4 miles
  • Geneva 9.4 miles
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Message from the Campus Director - Chad Knapp

At our Aurora/Naperville campus, we operate as a close-knit community! From our extensive student services to our flexible course offerings, we work to help our students succeed and enrich our community, on campus and across the Aurora, Naperville, Oswego, and Montgomery area.

We continually seek active connections with our community partners and service organizations—including the American Cancer Society and Northern Illinois Food Bank—to provide career and service opportunities for our students and extend the "Rasmussen College family" outside the walls of our campus.

As a student at our Aurora/Naperville campus, we want you to be successful beyond graduation and we welcome new student groups and educational partnerships to contribute to your career success, like our partnership with Benedictine University to host MBA courses on campus. Our state-of-the-art facilities and in-demand degrees are our foundation; your success is our motivation. Welcome to our community!

Kind Regards,

Chad Knapp

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