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Founded in 1945 on the principle that higher education should be available to all academically qualified students regardless of class, racial or ethnic origin, gender, or age. Roosevelt is an independent, non-profit university that today is among the most diverse institutions of higher education in the country.
What interests you? What excites you? From biology to bassoon, psychology to pharmacy, reading to real estate, Roosevelt can help you find your focus. Explore our broad academic choices, outstanding faculty and nearly limitless directions your passions can take you.
The Policy Research Collaborative is an interdisciplinary, applied research and technical assistance center at Roosevelt University working with community partners to address social inequities and strengthen communities through transformative policy research and advocacy.
The Office of Career Development educates students, alumni, faculty, staff and employers about the career development and job search process. Staff support, engage, and counsel students in career and major exploration, and partners with employers for on-campus interviewing and information sessions.
Roosevelt University wants your student experience with us to be a safe and comfortable one.
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When you come to Chicago, you arrive at Roosevelt University. That's because our campus is in the heart of downtown, centrally located amid world-class dining, museums, shopping, theatre, sports, live music, cultural attractions, festivals and much more. Get out there and explore.
Welcome to Chicago, one of the greatest cities in the world.
Roosevelt’s downtown Chicago Campus is in the heart of this bustling metropolis, bursting with cultural attractions, culinary destinations and professional opportunities for you to explore.
We’re home to more than just improv comedy, skyscrapers and deep dish pizza. We’re home to you.
There was a time when competing at a high level in multiple sports was the norm. Jim Thorpe played almost everything, Bo Jackson knew football and baseball and Deion Sanders competed in prime time on the gridiron and the diamond.Today specialization rules the day, as young athletes are often interested or steered toward committing to just one sport. However, in Roosevelt Athletics, there is a culture that embraces, rather than shuns, multi-sport student-athletes.
There are many active student organizations at Roosevelt University, which provide co-curricular opportunities to enhance your collegiate experience. You will meet other students, network with professionals, and have access to programs which can improve your leadership skills.
Roosevelt University is fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). The HLC is an independent corporation and is one of six regional institutional accreditors in the United States.