We are excited to show you all that Roosevelt has to offer. We have several admitted student day events coming up, which you can attend in person or virtually. These events are exclusively for admitted students and their families, you'll get an all-access look at what Laker life is really like. You’ll get to know the students who will be your classmates next year and meet your future professors.
Roosevelt offers the benefits of a unique, transformational, private education experience in a world class city. Our $20,000 tuition makes us comparable to many public institutions. We will continue to find ways to support our commitment to Roosevelt’s founding mission, expanding inclusivity, diversity and access. It is the bedrock of our culture—and it is the right thing to do.
Roosevelt can help you find your passion. Seeking an undergraduate degree? Your doctorate? Something in between? Explore our comprehensive academic choices, outstanding faculty and nearly limitless degree program options.
With 35 men’s and women’s athletic teams, programs and clubs to cheer for, you’ll be a Laker in no time.
Plays, concerts, art exhibits, dance. Open yourself to new ideas and find new friends through Roosevelt’s vibrant performing arts culture.
So, you want to be a participant, not just a spectator? We’ve got you covered. Get involved, serve others and meet people who share your passions.
Here, you can be you. And belong.
In the classroom, it’s diverse, tolerant, and academically rigorous. Outside the classroom, there’s so much to do. Whether you’re into sports, the arts, or student organizations, you can be a spectator, participant, or both. Or explore one of the best cities in the world.
Check out the campus communities that make the big city small.
When universities take your tuition, they should take responsibility for helping you succeed. We do.
We’ll help you choose the right classes. Navigate financial aid and housing questions. Connect you to tutoring and mentors so you can grow academically. With confidence.
See how we support student safety, growth and success.
Roosevelt is taking the first steps in applying for National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division II membership, announcing it has been approved for provisional membership by the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC).
An anonymous $1 million contribution will expand Roosevelt University’s women’s leadership initiatives — developing additional career-oriented opportunities for women-identifying students and community members.
Roosevelt University announced the hiring of Dee Brown as the new head men's basketball coach for the Roosevelt Lakers.