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Application Pathways

Undergraduate

Choose this path if you want to earn a bachelor's degree. This includes:
  • First Year Students
  • Transfer Students
  • Adult Learners
  • International Students

Graduate & Doctoral

Choose this path if you are seeking a master’s or doctoral degree, or diploma program. This includes:
    • Master's Students
    • Doctoral Students
    • International Students
    • Diploma Students
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Pharmacy

Choose this path if you wish to apply to:
  • Doctor of Pharmacy

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Additional Application Forms

Readmission (Undergraduate)

Undergraduate students who have not enrolled for three consecutive semesters (excluding the summer) must submit a Readmission Application to the Office of the Admission.

Readmission (Graduate)

Graduate students who have not enrolled for three consecutive semesters (excluding the summer) must submit a Readmission Application to the Office of the Admission.

Students-At-Large (Undergraduate)

A student-at-large is a student who meets a program's admission requirements and wishes to pursue a limited course of study, rather than a bachelor's degree. Enrollment as a student-at-large is dependent upon the approval of the academic program. Complete the Student-At-Large application to begin the admission process and return to the Office of the Registrar.

A grade point average of 2.00 (C) or better is required during each semester of at-large enrollment. At-large students who do not maintain a grade point average of 2.00 or better will not be eligible to return to Roosevelt University as a student at-large. A maximum of 15 semester hours of credit earned in student at-large status may be applied toward a bachelor's degree at Roosevelt University. Course work completed under student at-large status may or may not be applicable to a degree program and is subject to the approval by the appropriate advisor and/or department chair.

Students at-large register in person or by fax. The Undergraduate Student at-Large Registration Form must be submitted to the Registrar Office on either campus. The registration online is not available for non-degree seeking students.

Students-At-Large (Graduate)

A student-at-large is a student who meets a program's admission requirements and wishes to pursue a limited course of study, rather than a graduate degree. Enrollment as a student-at-large is dependent upon the approval of the academic program. Complete the Student-At-Large Application to begin the admission process.


  • A transcript documenting at least the Bachelor's degree earned is required. Roosevelt University graduates do not need to submit their transcripts.
  • The required GPA is at least 2.7. Students who have a GPA lower than 2.7 but higher than 2.5 may petition for probationary status. Some programs require higher GPA. Please contact the appropriate department.
  • A maximum of 9 semester hours of credit earned in non-degree seeking status may be applied toward a graduate degree at Roosevelt University.
  • The application fee is $25.00. Graduates of Roosevelt University will have the $25.00 fee waived.

Petition for Academic Renewal (Undergraduate)

The spirit of the Academic Renewal Policy is to provide a fresh start to students seeking their first undergraduate degree after being away from Roosevelt University for the last three or more years. Students seeking academic renewal have performed below the required grade point average (GPA) standards during an earlier attempt at Roosevelt University. Academic Renewal is for undergraduate students seeking their first Roosevelt University bachelor’s degree only. The policy is applied on an individual basis.

Petition for Academic Reinstatement

A student placed on Academic Suspension must apply for reinstatement. A suspended student is not eligible for reinstatement the semester immediately following his/her academic suspension. Reinstatement Applications should be returned to the Office of Academic Advising and Assessment

Safety Information

Annual Security and Fire Safety Report

Roosevelt University is committed to the safety and security of all community members. The  Annual Security and Fire Safety Report is available at roosevelt.edu/AnnualSecurityReport.

If you would like to receive a hard copy of this report, please visit the Campus Safety Office in the Auditorium Building, 430 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. You may also request a hard copy by calling 312-341-4167.

This report contains information regarding campus security and personal safety and topics such as crime prevention, Campus Safety enforcement authority, crime reporting policies, fire safety, disciplinary procedures and other matters of importance related to security on campus. The report also contains information about fire statistics within residence halls and crime statistics for the three previous calendar years. This data is representative of crimes reported on campus, in certain off-campus buildings, or property owned/controlled by Roosevelt University, and on public property within or immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campus. 

This information is required by law and is provided by the Roosevelt University Campus Safety Department.

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