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Whether you attended 5, 15 or 50 years ago, you are a valuable part of the Roosevelt Community which now includes more than 90,000 alumni! Stay connected with us and with your classmates by visiting this site often.

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Roosevelt Review

What does the American Dream mean today? That was the topic of a major conference Roosevelt University hosted Sept. 12-15 at its Chicago Campus attended by 1,008 people.

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Members of the class of 1956 joined Roosevelt’s spring graduates on the Auditorium Theatre stage during the spring semester Commencement ceremony in May.

Roosevelt Celebrates Black History Month

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As a pioneering higher education institution in diversity, inclusion and social justice, Roosevelt University has a celebrated history of renowned African American students, faculty and alumni. As we acknowledge Black History Month, we take pride in the impact that our African American alumni have made in their professional fields, as well as their local and global communities. Representing each day of this inspiring month of black history, the following alumni are only 28 of the many respected and accomplished African American Roosevelt alumni.

“[Roosevelt is] just a wonderful place to be — academically, socially and culturally — because we share diverse cultures, across class, race and others. We share that across one another.”

Timuel Black - Sociology '52
Civil rights activist and historian
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