Chicago Is Our Campus

When you come to Chicago, you arrive at Roosevelt University, because #ChicagoIsOurCampus!

Roosevelt’s downtown Chicago Campus is in the heart of this bustling metropolis, bursting with cultural attractions, culinary destinations and professional opportunities for you to explore.

We’re home to more than just improv comedy, skyscrapers and deep dish pizza. We’re home to you. Whether in the heart of downtown Chicago’s dynamic commercial and cultural district, or nestled within the city’s northwest suburban economic center, Roosevelt University’s Chicago and Schaumburg campuses are actively connected to their communities. Both unique campuses offer numerous opportunities for academic and personal growth, as well as community outreach and development that echoes our commitment to service-based learning and social justice.


Chicago cityscape during a sunny day

Welcome to Chicago

When you come to Chicago, you arrive at Roosevelt University. That’s because our campus is in the heart of downtown, centrally located amid world-class dining, museums, shopping, theatre, sports, live music, cultural attractions, festivals and much more. Get out there and explore.

people walking and riding bikes near Chicago's lakefront, with buildings in the background

Getting Around Chicago

When it’s time to put down the books and have a little fun, you’ll have a wealth of activities to choose from. Whether it’s a leisurely ride up the lakeshore on a Divvy bike or using your U-Pass on the El, getting around the Windy City is a breeze.

Four students in Roosevelt shirts with the Chicago skyline in the background

Living in Downtown Chicago

When you live in the Wabash Building, you discover who you are while surrounded by new ideas and people. With panoramic city views, the Wabash Building is home to classrooms, dining and fitness facilities, student organization spaces, and your new best friends — all with downtown Chicago right outside your door. Welcome to your new home.

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