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Every student at Roosevelt benefits from our College of Arts and Sciences, the University’s largest college. Featuring more than 60 majors and minors across 10 departments, it serves as the foundation for Roosevelt's liberal arts education. This valuable exposure to a rich variety of disciplines and ideas develops each student’s broad platform of knowledge, while honing critical skills in communication and reasoning. Students seeking degrees within the college choose from an extensive range of traditional liberal arts, applied professional and progressive interdisciplinary options, all tailored for today’s dynamic career landscape.
The distinguished faculty of the College of Arts and Sciences foster a progressive learning environment. Because these exceptional educators are also accomplished professionals in their fields, classroom instruction is complemented by their presence in community and cultural affairs. As a result, students develop a deep connection to civic involvement and are primed to put their knowledge and leadership into action.
College of Arts and Sciences events (lectures, gallery openings, panel discussions, film screenings, conferences, etc.) enrich our academic community and the surrounding communities we serve.
Members of Roosevelt's Black Chicago HIstory Forum will commemorate the 100th anniversary in September of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History,a national group that got its start in Chicago.
While the heroin-use crisis in Illinois and the nation continues to grow, the state is falling alarmingly far behind the rest of the country in providing treatment for users who need help in overcoming addiction, a new study by Roosevelt University shows.
Heather Dalmage, sociology professor and director of Roosevelt’s Mansfield Institute for Social Justice and Transformation, has been appointed to the Illinois Department of Juvenile Justice School District 428 Board of Education.
Roosevelt helped Amanda Wornhoff find her way. Now she is helping other students find theirs.
From halfway around the world, student Brandon Rohlwing reflects on the news that marriage equality has come to the US.