The Office of the University Registrar is responsible for:
Maintaining student academic records
Evaluation of credit transferred from other institutions
Maintaining academic class schedules, including key dates for each term
Maintaining RU Access - a secure portal to student academic records, financial aid status, schedules, student accounts, and other information. Log in here or view instructions.
The Office of the Registrar supports the social mission of Roosevelt University; adheres to and helps create institutional policies; and preserves the integrity and confidentiality of student academic records while complying with all state and federal regulations.
The Office advises on and administers academic policy, provides leadership on technological methods, and provides services for enrollment, class scheduling, transfer credit evaluation, and graduation.
The Office of the Registrar at Roosevelt University aspires to be a center of integrity, accuracy, and high quality customer service to all of our constituents. Through open communication, we continuously monitor policies, procedures, and technologies to provide the best and most efficient responses to the needs of the University community. We honor the social justice mission of the University in all of our efforts.
For information regarding a student's rights regarding confidentiality and disclosure of records, please review the FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) policy on the University Policies Page.
Students must read information published in the University Catalog, Student Handbook, and Registration Guide. Failure to read the provided information does not excuse students from any requirements stated there.
Roosevelt University reserves the right to make changes in course, scholastic, and admission requirements, tuition and fees, payment plans, examinations, room and board rates, and in other areas.