Graduate Research Association of Students in Psychology (GRASP)
Psi Chi - Psychology National Honor Society
Applicants must have completed the following prerequisite courses with at least a 3.0 (B) average: general psychology, abnormal psychology, introductory statistics, research methods, theories of personality, and one junior/senior level undergraduate course. Some students may be admitted with undergraduate deficiencies. In such cases, undergraduate deficiencies may be taken concurrently with graduate courses with the permission of the program director, but these courses will not earn graduate credit. Continuation in the program is conditional upon satisfactory completion of all undergraduate deficiencies.
Applications are considered for the fall (Chicago and Schaumburg campuses) and spring (Schaumburg campus, only) semesters. Space in the Chicago cohort is limited and applications will be considered as space is available.
For priority consideration for the fall semester, applications are due February 1. The final application deadline for the fall semester is May 1. The application deadline for the spring semester is November 1.
There are a limited number of graduate assistantships available for first-year students.
Are you thinking of applying to Roosevelt University and want to learn more? Complete the request form to receive information about upcoming events, admission requirements, and scholarship eligibility.
Have a question about anything else? Please fill out this form and we'll direct the inquiry to the appropriate department.