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.
Registered Student Organizations
Fall 2015 student organization registration is now complete. If you are interested in starting a student organization, please refer to the Student Organization Manual and then get in touch with Elizabeth Choporis, Director in the Center for Student Involvement at email@example.com.
List of Student Organizations
Fall 2015 Student Organizations
All student organizations must comply with University Code of Student Conduct and conduct oneself respectfully and portray Roosevelt University in a positive light. All organizations must also follow University guidelines policies, procedures, and contracts, room reservations, funding processes, and other operations. Failure to meet these requirements may result in a student conduct hearing, restrictions on access or privileges to individuals and/or an organization, or other outcomes.
Starting a Student Organization
If you are interested in starting a new organization at the Chicago Campus, review the Student Organization Resource Manual, and fill out the above registration form. Then, schedule an appointment to talk with a staff member in the Center for Student Involvement so we can assist you with the process.