Featured Events

Interested in Learning More About BenU?

Get a first hand look at one of our upcoming Admissions events.

Adult Undergraduate and Graduate Open House - October 7
Prospective students can learn about our adult evening undergraduate and flexible graduate business programs, as well as our flexible graduate education and health services programs.

Preferred Visit Day - October 13
For prospective undergraduate students. Meet with admissions staff in a small-group setting and take a campus tour.

Fall Open House - October 26
For prospective undergraduate students. Tour campus, meet with faculty and learn more about the majors that interest you.

Alumni Bottle and Bottega

Paint, drink and be merry! Join us for wine and paint your own masterpiece when Bottle and Bottega comes to Benedictine. Space is limited. Register today.

Graduate Business and Public Health Scholarships

Students who begin a College of Business graduate program or Master of Public Health program in the Fall 2014 or Winter 2015 Quarters on the Lisle main campus are eligible to receive their last two courses free. This opportunity is only available to Lisle main campus degree-seeking students. Click here to view applicable programs and guidelines.

Family Weekend
Friday, October 24 - Sunday, October 26

Family Weekend is three days of fun filled fall events for the enjoyment of Benedictine students and their families.

Art Gallery Exhibitions
Fr. Michael E. Komechak, O.S.B., Art Gallery

The Benedictine University University Art Collection and Fr. Michael E. Komechak, O.S.B., Art Gallery has set its 2014 exhibitions calendar:

August 25 - September 27: Coolness! Sculptures by Larry Ballard

(Opening Reception - Saturday, September 6)
September 17 - October 10: Witness to the Revolution: Accounts from Americans Who Were There
(Opening Reception - Saturday, September 20)
October 5: First Sunday Tea and Art Lecture Series
October 6 - November 30: "Ed Paschke: In Private Hands," a 10 year commemorative exhibition
(Opening Reception - Saturday, October 4)
October 6 - December 19: "Appalachia Portraits" by Andrew Auten
(Reception - Saturday, October 18)

October 17 - December 19:
"Mixed Media" by District 203 Art Teachers

(Reception - Saturday, October 18)
November 2: First Sunday Tea and Art Lecture Series