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Academic Success Center

The Academic Success Center (ASC) offers academic support services for Roosevelt students. These include tutoring, strategic learning, course-specific study groups, study skill workshops, peer mentoring and services for students with disabilities.  The ASC is a great place to study, meet other students, and enhance your learning.

Chicago Campus
Auditorium Room 128
312-341-3818
Schaumburg Campus
Room 125
847-619-7978

Academic Tutoring

The ASC provides group and individualized academic support and tutoring across a spectrum of subjects. Students can work on specific writing needs or use the center as a place to discuss projects, paper topics, or ideas. Tutoring is free for currently enrolled Roosevelt students.

Learning and Support Services Program (LSSP)

The Learning and Support Services Program, created in 1981, is designed to assist college students with learning disabilities in their pursuit of a college education. It is a supportive program for students enrolled in regular college courses. Emphasis is placed on planning, tutoring, counseling and modified test taking accommodations. Admission to Roosevelt University is a separate process facilitated by the Office of Admission. The LSSP does not admit students to the university. All students must apply and be admitted through the standard admission process. An additional fee is charged for the LSSP program.  For more information, contact Nancy Litke, Senior Director of the Academic Success Center, at 312-341-3810.

Disability Services

The Disability Services program serves all students with special needs and the use of services is voluntary and confidential. The program is a resource for students and faculty. The goal of this office is to ensure educational opportunity for all students with special needs by providing access to full participation in all aspects of campus life and increase awareness of disability issues on campus.

Freshman Peer Mentor Program

The Freshman Peer Mentor Program is designed to assist first year college students in their overall adjustment to college life. Students are paired with current junior, senior or graduate students and meet at least one to two times a week. The program focuses on both the academic and social aspect of college. Helping students be successful, utilize the resources at Roosevelt as well as making connections to each other are the main objectives of the program. Students interested in either having a mentor or becoming a mentor should contact the Academic Success Center.  The program is currently offered only at the Chicago Campus. For more information, contact Danielle Smith, Interim Assistant Director of the Academic Success Center, at 312-341-3761.