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When a group of visionaries founded Roosevelt University, they stood on the ideals of social justice, equal opportunity and academic excellence.  Today the ideals are the same, but the vision for the future is beyond imagination. 

Roosevelt University is privileged to have many alumni and friends who realize that the development of a signature campus experience depends upon loyal private financial support. Your investment now will significantly impact the future of Roosevelt University and its students for years to come.  

Your contributions make a real difference in the lives of Roosevelt students. Your gift will help enable future alumni to become socially conscious citizens and help them lead active and dedicated lives as leaders in their professions and communities. 

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Roosevelt News

  • Roosevelt research team set to evaluate popular Summer Bridge Program
    December 18, 2014
    With funding from the Mayer and Morris Kaplan Family Foundation, Roosevelt's new Policy Research Collaborative will look at what works and what doesn't in preparing low-income, disabled or first-generation freshmen for college success.
  • Triton College and Roosevelt announce innovative degree completion program
    December 17, 2014
    The new Dual Degree Program is open to all students who graduate with an associate degree from Triton. They will be guaranteed acceptance to Roosevelt and will transfer seamlessly to complete their bachelor’s degrees.  Triton and Roosevelt representatives also signed degree completion agreements for Roosevelt's Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree.
  • December 15, 2014

    Living and learning in the heart of Chicago puts Roosevelt students in the center of the action. Read their stories and find out how they’re making bold moves in the city.

  • New Roosevelt graduate's inspiring story featured on CBS 2
    December 15, 2014

    CBS 2 shares the inspiring story of Roosevelt University Student Commencement Speaker Aaron Lee, who overcame grave illness and loss of a loved one in order to graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism degree on Friday, Dec. 12..