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The Enlightenment Project

"The purpose of life is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experience."
- Eleanor Roosevelt

Center for Campus Life

The Center for Campus Life provides co-curricular programs and services that support the educational success of, and create a welcoming and supportive environment for, Roosevelt students at the Schaumburg campus.  Leadership opportunities and programs, student programs and events, new student orientation and programs, community engagement opportunities, fitness and recreation, and online tickets sales for area performances are just a few of the programs and services provided by the Center for Campus Life.  The majority of the programs and events are coordinated by students through the student programming board, registered student organizations, and our Enlightenment Project.

If you have an idea for an event, would like to start a student organization, or have any questions about the programs the Center for Campus Life offers, please stop by our office in Room 126.  We would love to hear from you!


During the school year (September to April)
Monday through Thursday:  9 am to 6:30 pm
Friday: 9am to 3 pm

During the summer (May to August)
Monday through Thursday: 9 am to 3 pm
Friday: closed

Contact Information

Schaumburg Campus Room 126
Phone: 847.619.7940
Fax: 847.619.7947


  • Daily Herald highlights plans for course offerings at Schaumburg Campus
    January 9, 2015
    The Schaumburg Campus will have degree programs in the sciences, business, psychology and pharmacy, as well as partnerships between the College of Education and Northwest suburban schools.
  • College of Education alum is on new Illinois governor's education transition team
    December 29, 2014
    Lazaro Lopez is a 2004 graduate of Roosevelt's Master of Arts in Educational Leadership & Organizational Change program.  The son of Cuban immigrants and the first in his family to go to college, Lope chose to enter the field of education in order to help others find a path to success.
  • December 23, 2014
    Since its founding, the College of Pharmacy, one of the few pharmacy programs in the nation and the only one in the Midwest to offer the PharmD degree in a three-year format, has received 2,300 applicants and admitted 240 students into four classes, including the Class of 2017.

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