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Robert Morris Experiential College

The Robert Morris Experiential College (RMEC) offers in-demand, career-focused programs. Curriculum within the Experiential College is supported by hands-on learning, both inside and outside the classroom. These learning opportunities allow students to add to their resumes, positioning them as attractive job candidates.

RMEC Background

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Robert Morris College was founded in 1965 at the site of Carthage College in Carthage, IL. RMC arrived in Chicago in 1975, merging with the Moser School, which was founded in 1913. In 2009, Robert Morris College became Robert Morris University Illinois. In March 2020, RMUI was acquired by Roosevelt University.

To learn more about the integration, visit the Building a Stronger University Website.


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The Robert Morris Experiential College offers associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees to prepare you for a meaningful career. Discover hands-on programs in health care, information sciences, culinary arts and more. Where will you find your fit?


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Ready to get started? Take the next step with our simple online application or contact us today.


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Your education is an important investment. Take time to explore all funding options available to you and the costs associated with your Roosevelt education.


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With over 50 student organizations and 35 athletic teams spanning varsity, varsity reserve, intramural and club sports, you have more opportunities than ever to meet new friends, discover a cause you’re passionate about or find a creative outlet.


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More than 40,000 Eagles alumni joined Roosevelt's 90,000+ alumni to forge a stronger, more connected community.

Roosevelt takes pride in the accomplishments of our alumni. Explore our Alumni News & Stories online, or the Roosevelt Review.

Example design work from Dr. Mei-Fen Chen's design class
This is a small cohort, so we formed a very close relationship. Students seemed to like the idea of hanging out or asking quick questions with me.
Dr. Mei-Fen Chen
Assistant Teaching Professor of Design