Merit-based scholarships, ranging from $1,000 to $4,000 per year, are available to new, full-time graduate students. These scholarships recognize an individual's previous academic achievement and are awarded to students with a 3.5 or higher undergraduate cumulative GPA at the time of admittance to a Roosevelt University graduate program. The Office of Admission will review all eligible candidates for scholarship awards. No scholarship application is required. Merit-based scholarships are renewable and require that the recipient maintain a 3.8 cumulative GPA and full-time status while enrolled in the graduate program.
For priority consideration, we recommend that all admission application materials be submitted by the following dates for the corresponding term:
- March 1 - Fall term
- September 1 - Spring term
Endowed Scholarships for the College of Business
Heller College of Business offer endowed scholarships to both new and continuing students. Recipients of these scholarships are determined through a competitive application process, which is determined by an academic committee. The Heller College of Business offers endowed scholarships to both new and continuing graduate students. Apply directly to the HCB using the HCB Scholarship Fund Application Form. There are a limited amount of funds available for these scholarships.
Real Estate program students can find additional scholarship information on The Chicago School of Real Estate's web site.
The college has several Graduate Assistants who do tutoring, assist faculty with research and occasionally help faculty with class support. Meet our current Graduate Assistants:
Graduate students interested in Scholarships and Graduate Assistantships should apply through the Admission Department.
Undergraduate and Graduate students can find financial aid information at Roosevelt's Financial Aid web page.
Scholarship opportunities can be found with these partners
(Previous year deadlines indicate we do not have this year's information yet)
The ACFE (Association of Certified Fraud Examiners) is committed to the future of anti-fraud professionals. The ACFE Foundation supports the education of collegiate accounting, business, finance and criminal justice students worldwide through the Ritchie-Jennings Memorial Scholarship Program. National and international students are eligible to apply and four different scholarship amounts are awarded: one $10,000 scholarship, two $5,000 scholarships, four $2,500 scholarships and twenty-three $1,000 scholarships. Application deadlines are typically in January.
Delta Mu Delta, the international honor society in business, offers scholarships to Delta Mu Delta members (or those about to become members by June 15) enrolled in the business programs at schools where there is a chapter of Delta Mu Delta. For 2014, the Society will award up to $61,500 to Delta Mu Delta members. The top three awards are $3000 each, four more at $2,000 each, over 25 at $1,000 each, and up to 15 at $500 each. The application period begins on March 1 and ends June 16 with winners announced in August. Click here for more information.
CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women) Network is offers up to ten $10,000 scholarships to female students enrolled in their junior or senior year of study and interested in pursuing a career in commercial real estate.
The Northwest Human Resources Council, representing industrial and service employers in the Northwest suburbs of Chicago, will be awarding one $1,000 scholarship to children of member companies or a full-time student at Roosevelt University who is an active member of the SHRM.
The Illinois CPA Society and CPA Endowment Fund of Illinois award thousands of dollars in scholarships to students in Illinois each year for tuition and textbooks. This support is available to students for the 2013-14 academic year with an application deadline of April 1. The scholarships available include:
- Illinois CPA Society Accounting Scholarship
- lllinois CPA Society Advancing Women in Accounting Scholarship
- Herman J. Neal Scholarship
- Tuition Scholarships
- Textbook Scholarship
The Independent Accountants Association of Illinois (IAAI) has accounting scholarship applications available for the 2013-2014 academic year with a deadline of June 30, 2013..
Mass Mutual Scholars is a national scholarship program for high-achieving African American, Asian, and Hispanic students interested in careers in the insurance and financial services industry awarding over $150,000 in scholarships for the 2014-2015 academic year. Application deadline is May 2, 2014.
The iAdelante! U.S.Education Leadership Fund offers a variety of scholarships. New scholarship programs open on January, 2016 for 2016-2017 scholarship opportunities.
Conference of Women Legislators (COWL) members have made a scholarship fund available to assist mature women who wish to continue their undergraduate education.
The Jeannette Rankin Women’s Scholarship Fund raises funds and awards scholarships annually to low-income women thirty five years of age and older.
CPAexcel CPA Exam Review is sponsoring scholarships for Accounting students. Students may enter to win a $2,500 Cash Scholarship or one of 31 CPA Review Course Scholarships. This is a random drawing to any student taking at least one college-level accounting course.
This web site has very comprehensive information for both Financial Aid and Scholarships: http://www.finaid.org/ .
The Insurance Accounting & Systems Association, Incorporated (IASA) Scholarship Committee is pleased to once again announce its Collegiate Scholarship Program for the 2013-2014 school year. These scholarships are awarded to individuals at a sophomore level or above, who are enrolled in a college with an insurance program, or who are preparing to pursue a career in insurance. Application must be postmarked by March 1, 2014.
Go Grad's guide, Financing Your MBA Degree provides a comprehensive list of scholarships, resources for writing a successful scholarship application, and much more.