At 100 years old, Timuel Black has spent decades advocating for civil rights, equality and social justice. We celebrate Black’s contributions to his community and for proudly carrying on Roosevelt’s legacy.
Saturday, March 30 | 10 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Are you a newly admitted undergraduate student? Join us for Admitted Student Day on our downtown Chicago campus and discover why Roosevelt University is the place for you.
Jump start your career with Roosevelt and put your career goals within reach. Join us at our Graduate Programs Fair to learn about our academic offerings, speak with faculty and staff, and explore financial aid and scholarship opportunities.
As Chicago's mayoral elections approach, members of the Roosevelt University faculty are available to speak on a variety of timely topics related to the election and the political environment in general.
Applying for financial aid can be complicated, but don’t worry — the Office of Financial Aid Services is here to help!
Roosevelt University alumni quite often achieve notable success after they graduate, and Melissa Conyears-Ervin (MBA, ’03) is continuing that tradition.