Kankakee Area Students Shine on Aurora University’s Fall 2023 Dean’s List

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Aurora, IL – Aurora University has announced the names of students who achieved the Dean’s List for the fall 2023 semester. This prestigious list includes those who have attained a minimum 3.6 GPA as full-time undergraduate students.

According to the university, among the notable students who made the list are Amanda Johnson (Social Work) from Bradley, IL, Dylan Regnier-Jamnik (Physical Education K-12 Teaching Licensure) also from Bradley, and Hannah Coster (Early Childhood Special Education with ESL/Bilingual) from Braidwood, IL. Students from Kankakee, Manteno, St. Anne, and Wilmington also earned this academic recognition, representing majors like Sport Management, Parks and Recreation Leadership, Social Work, and Business Administration.

Founded in 1893, Aurora University, located in Illinois’ second-largest city, serves over 4,100 undergraduates and 1,800 graduates across various programs. The institution emphasizes academic support and post-graduation success. More information is available at aurora.edu.

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