Scholarship Opportunities

Harper College students are eligible for transfer scholarships to attend Roosevelt.

  • Presidential and Provost Partner Scholarships are awarded to students who have completed an associate's degree from Harper.
  • Ask your admission counselor about Roosevelt's scholarship award for first semester Harper transfer students as well as the Phi Theta Kappa award.

Learn more about transfer scholarship.

Dual Degree Program

The Dual Degree Program (DDP) with Harper College is an innovative pathway for students to earn an associate's degree at Harper and a bachelor's degree at Roosevelt.

To apply for the Harper-Roosevelt DDP:

 Roosevelt Program Harper/Roosevelt Degree Completion Options
 Actuarial Science
 Biology
 Business Administration
 Computer Science
 Criminal Justice
 Economics
 Early Childhood Education
 Elementary Education
 English
 Health Science Administration
 History
 Information Technology
 Integrated Marketing Communications
 Math
 Paralegal Studies
 Psychology
 Sustainability Studies

University Center at Harper College

Beginning in Fall 2018, Harper students will be able to earn a bachelor's degree in selected majors from Roosevelt by taking courses offered at Harper's Palatine campus through the Harper University Center.

Reverse Transfer Agreement

The Reverse Transfer Agreement enables transfer students who transfer to Roosevelt University before completing their Associate's Degree at Harper College, to be awarded the Associate's Degree by Harper College while attending Roosevelt University.

Reverse Transfer Process

Students from Harper College who are interested in the Reverse Transfer Agreement will need to inform the Roosevelt University Office of Admission when they apply for admission. If a student decides to participate in the reverse transfer agreement after enrolling at Roosevelt University, the student should contact the Office of the Registrar.

Students will not be allowed to participate in the Reverse Transfer Agreement until they complete the Reverse Transfer FERPA form. The FERPA form permits Roosevelt University to share the student's transfer information with Harper College.

2+2 Programs (Degree Completion Programs)

2+2 programs allow Harper students to plan the first two years of selected majors to assure that the classes they take will transfer into Roosevelt University to meet the requirements for the bachelor’s degree. For academic roadmaps for these programs, please email Erica Poremba.

Roosevelt Program Harper / Roosevelt Degree Completion Options
Actuarial Science: BA or BS
  • AA or AS in Mathematics to BA in Actuarial Science
  • AA or AS in Mathematics to BS in Actuarial Science
  • Reverse Transfer Program for Actuarial Science
Biology: BS
  • AS to BS in Biology with a Minor in Chemistry
Business
  • AA in Business Administration to BSBA
  • AAS in Accounting to BS in Business
Computer Science
  • AS in Computer Science (Information Systems Emphasis) to BS in Computer Science
  • AS in Computer Science (Technical Emphasis) to BS in Computer Science
Criminal Justice
  • AAS in LEJA to BACJ
Economics
  • AA to BA in Economics
Educational Studies
  • AAS to BA in Educational Studies
  • AA to BA in Elementary Education
Hospitality & Tourism Management
  • AAS in Hospitality Management to BS in Hospitality & Tourism Management
Industrial and Organizational Psychology
  • AA to BA in Psychology / MA in Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Integrated Marketing Communication
  •  AA to BA in Integrated Marketing Communication
Mathematics: BA or BS
  • AA to BA in Mathematics
  • AA or AS to BS in Mathematics
Paralegal: BA
  • AAS to BA in Paralegal
Psychology: BA
  • AA to BA in Psychology
Sustainability Studies
  • AA in Environmental Studies to BA in Sustainability Studies

Contact a counselor

Our dedicated staff of transfer counselors is here to help! Get in touch with any questions you might have.

Travis Dahlhauser
Transfer Admission Counselor
Email: tdahlhauser@roosevelt.edu
Phone: 847-619-8442

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