Campus Life

The AULA campus is a vibrant learning environment in which our adult students pursue their studies, develop their professional skills, and collaborate with their fellow students. Our campus is generally open from 8am to 10pm Monday through Friday, and 8am to 6pm on Saturday and Sunday.

During the day, you’ll find the hallways bustling with activity as students attend classes, workshops, seminars in their fields of study. Some may be studying in our well-stocked Library, or at a free tutoring session in the Teaching and Learning Center.  Or they may be taking a break in the student lounge, courtyard, or at the Trimana Grill.  (Some students you won’t see at all; they are out in the community, engaging in meaningful service-learning projects as interns, trainees, or consultants.)

The learning continues into the evening, when additional classes accommodate the schedules of working adults. You’ll also find a wealth of free, enriching programming at night, running the gamut from ongoing wellness workshops to live musical performances. Our calendar is packed with film screenings, poetry readings, guest speakers, panel discussions, art and photography exhibitions, and presentations of student and faculty work in multiple disciplines and formats. While most events are hosted on campus, others happen at venues around town, like our evening of Motown sound to celebrate Black History Month at Café Club Fais Do Do.

Come sit in on a class, check out a drop-in meditation session, or attend a thrilling live performance like Literary Uprising or V-Day to discover why AULA is such an exciting place to learn.  Check out the AULA campus calendar for all upcoming campus events.  We hope to see you on campus soon!