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Campus and Community

Two metropolitan campuses serving distinct communities.

Whether you prefer to study downtown or just outside of town, Roosevelt’s two convenient locations have your educational needs covered. Our historic Chicago Campus makes up a part of the “South Loop Educational Corridor,” one of the largest college campus areas in the United States. Situated in the heart of the commercial and cultural district of the nation’s third-largest city, it’s just a short walk from world-class museums, theatres, libraries, parks, restaurants, sightseeing attractions, sports venues and more. Likewise, our state-of-the-art suburban Schaumburg Campus, situated among a rapidly growing area of economic development, offers an excellent, accessible option for those located outside of the city. Both campuses provide numerous opportunities for academic and personal growth, as well as community outreach and development – all contributing to the service-based, career-focused education exclusive to Roosevelt University.

Educate community leaders. Advocate social change.

We find that our students choose Roosevelt University not just to unearth their career paths but also to transform their mind, develop a fresh perspective and reshape their world. Roosevelt’s distinctive focus on social change spans both campuses, cultivating growth among our community of individuals while encouraging ethical and economic progress among all citizens. Fortunately for our mission of educating socially conscious leaders, the extensive and diverse Chicago area truly remains a “city of neighborhoods,” whose residents are full of local pride and community spirit.

We’re all in this together.

Roosevelt has the resources students need for success – and that’s a lot to handle. So if you have trouble finding an answer, figuring out where to go next, what to do now– if you need assistance with anything, help is always a click or  phone call away. Simply contact the Division of Student Success and soon you’ll be on your way

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