Roosevelt University in Chicago, Schaumburg and Online - Logo


Programs of Study

"Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced."
James Baldwin (1924-1987), African-American writer.

The counseling programs of Roosevelt University are intended to provide students with professional skills to work as counselors in community and mental health agencies, schools, and private sector agencies.  The Counseling faculty is committed to preparing introspective, multiculturally astute, and socially conscious professional counselors with a change agent orientation.  Students are prepared to facilitate growth and change in the development of diverse individuals throughout the life span.  The faculty is committed to contributing to the generation and application of knowledge about counseling-related issues utilizing both qualitative and quantitative research methodologies. Click here to find information about some useful program facts.

Applications are considered for the Fall term ONLY, according to two deadlines: March 1 for Early Admission and August 1 for Regular Admission.

Attend an Information Session