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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

  • New book depicts Roosevelt's history
    September 17, 2014
    More than 200 vintage and distinctive photographs of Roosevelt University from its pioneering days to the present are featured in a new history book, appropriately titled Roosevelt University.
  • Roosevelt University student appointed to Illinois State Board of Higher Education
    September 17, 2014

    Heller College of Business student follows in footsteps of late mother in making a difference in lives of college students.

  • Mother and son team up in hospitality
    September 17, 2014

    Meet Tina Bruenning and her son, Nick, who are working on getting  bachelor’s degrees in hospitality management at Roosevelt University.  The two are also interns together in Roosevelt’s Conference Services Department.

  • Former President of Brazil delivers Distinguished Lecture
    September 12, 2014
    Addressing a full house of students, professors and consular representatives on Sept. 11, former President of Brazil Fernando Henrique Cardoso issued a challenge during Roosevelt University’s 21st Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Distinguished Lecture.