Welcome to Roosevelt! Please follow these steps:
In this case you would apply to Roosevelt as a student-at-large or non-degree seeking student. Non-degree seeking students must still meet all the admission requirements required by the program within which the course is offered. You must also complete a graduate student at large application.
Students may not enroll as students-at-large within the Heller College of Business.
If you are not a U.S. citizen or permanent resident you are considered an international student, and may need to submit additional documents. Please visit the International Student Admission page for further information.
Please contact the Office of Graduate Admission by calling 312-281-3252 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know of your decision.
Graduate students are usually allowed to transfer six to nine transfer credits, but the policy varies by program. Please contact a representative from your program’s department for more information.
For standardized test scores, Roosevelt's institution code is: 1666.
The Roosevelt FAFSA code is: 001749.
Once you submit your completed application materials, you will receive an email confirming your submission. If applying by mail, please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery, sometimes longer for international mail. In considering whether the application has met the deadline, the dated postmark on the envelope is considered. If you still have not heard after four weeks, contact the Office of Graduate Admission at 312-281-3252 or email: email@example.com .
We do offer graduate assistantships and scholarships. You may apply on the Financial Aid website using their assistantship/scholarship application. This application may be submitted before you are admitted to your program. The scholarship/assistantship application deadline for the following fall and spring semesters is March 1.
For financial aid information, please contact the Office of Financial Aid . Students must be enrolled in at least six credit-hours to receive financial aid. Students-at-large are not eligible for financial aid.
The time for degree completion varies by program. Most Master's programs can be completed in two years of full-time enrollment (9 credit hours per semester) or up to five years of part-time enrollment (3-6 credit hours per semester).
You may not apply to more than one graduate program at a time. However, if you are denied admission to one program, you may apply for a second program for the same term if that program is still accepting applications.
If you are already enrolled in a graduate program, you may apply to a second or concurrent graduate program. In this situation you will need to submit a Graduate Concurrent Degree form. Please contact the Office of Graduate Admission at 312-281-3252 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org .
If you are not a registered graduate student at Roosevelt, send your new information, along with the end date if it is a temporary change, to email@example.com , and to your department. If you are a registered graduate student at Roosevelt, you may edit your mailing address through RU Access.
The Office of Student Accounts posts the tuition and fee schedule online each academic year.
Yes. The majority of our graduate courses are available in the evening as well as some that are available on Saturday. Visit the Registrar's page for information about the schedule of classes.
Yes. Housing is available for Roosevelt's Chicago Campus students. Please visit Residence Life for more information. Graduate students must be full-time to live in university housing.
Once all your application materials have been submitted, the amount of time will vary depending on the program. Please consult your program director for more specific information.
If you do not meet the minimum GPA requirement you may submit additional supporting documents (i.e., personal goal statement, letters of recommendation, a resume, or GRE scores). However, submitting additional materials does not guarantee admission to your program of interest. You may also set up an appointment with an admission counselor to discuss your past experiences and how to obtain your future goals.
Congratulations and welcome to Roosevelt! Please review the Admitted Student Checklist
In order to visit the campus, please contact the Office of Graduate Admission by calling 312-281-3252, or email firstname.lastname@example.org . We would be glad to schedule an appointment with an admission counselor or a tour of our campus! Maps, directions and travel information to campus can be found online under Campus and Community for each campus building.
All application materials regardless of which campus you plan to attend, should be sent to the admission processing center:
Roosevelt University Admission Processing
1400 N. Roosevelt Blvd.
Schaumburg IL. 60173.
Please include your full name and date of birth with your application materials.
Double check with your institution(s) to see if they have sent your transcripts. If they confirm they have been sent, please allow at least a week for it to arrive and be processed.
Yes. You may mail your transcripts and recommendation letters yourself provided they are in a sealed envelope with a signature or stamp across the seal. Letters and transcripts are only considered official, if they remain unopened.
Yes. Roosevelt University offers several opportunities to get involved. Please visit the Center for Campus Life (Schaumburg Campus) or Center for Student Involvement (Chicago Campus) pages for more information.
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