||Statement of Purpose
|Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy (AMCP)
||The mission of the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy is to empower its members to serve society by using sound medication management principles and strategies to improve health care for all. The Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy (AMCP) is the nation’s leading professional association dedicated to increasing patient access to affordable medicines, improving health outcomes and ensuring the wise use of health care dollars. Through evidence- and value-based strategies and practices, the Academy’s 8,000 pharmacists, physicians, nurses and other practitioners manage medication therapies for the 270 million Americans served by health plans, pharmacy benefit management firms, emerging care models and government. AMCP serves its members in many ways, including through live national conferences, online learning programs, research in peer-reviewed literature and advocacy. Each is designed with the goal of advancing professional knowledge, improving the design and delivery of pharmacy benefits, and ultimately, patient satisfaction and health outcomes.
|AFAM Infinite Legacy League
||AFAM’s Infinite Legacy League is a campus based movement of students advocating for campus level support of young mothers age 24 and younger. The AFAM Infinite Legacy League is an auxiliary to Advocates for Adolescent Mothers Educational Empowerment Program. Student members of the AFAM Infinite Legacy League advocate for college campuses to acknowledge and address the needs of young mothers and support the activities of Advocates for Adolescent Mothers Educational Empowerment Program. Our activities include community outreach, event coordination, and fundraising. Members of the Infinite Legacy League will gain valuable communication, leadership, and advocacy experience.
|Alpha Gamma Delta
||Alpha Gamma Delta is a women's fraternity whose purpose is to empower women, provide a support system to its members, serve the community, and celebrate diversity.
|Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. Omicron Xi Chapter
||To impact and influence change on our campus, and to envelop our community with hope and strive for betterment and change.
|Alpha Phi Omega Beta Gamma
||Alpha Phi Omega (APO) is a national co-ed service fraternity built on the Foundation of Leadership, Friendship, and Service. Our purpose is to help create future leaders within our organization, while promoting friendship within and outside of the chapter, all while completing service for our chapter, our campus, our community, and the nation.
|American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP)
||The mission of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy is to improve human health by extending the frontiers of clinical pharmacy through strategic initiatives, partnerships, collaborations, and alliances. ACCP provides leadership, professional development, advocacy, and resources that enable clinical pharmacists to achieve excellence in practice, research, and education. Advances clinical pharmacy and pharmacotherapy through the support and promotion of research, training, and education. Promotes the generation of innovative science, development of successful practice models, and dissemination of new knowledge to advance pharmacotherapy and patient care.
||The mission of the American Pharmacists Association Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP) is to be the collective voice of student pharmacists, to provide opportunities for professional growth, and to envision and endorse the future of pharmacy. The RUCOP APhA-ASP Chapter strives to prepare pharmacy students to be committed, compassionate, and competent in their profession, as well as advocates of social justice for patients. Student pharmacists from the class of 2018 who have made a commitment to active involvement to the chapter and profession throughout their time at Roosevelt University receive honor cords to represent these efforts that make our chapter a success.
||Cara Brock, Laura Licari
||American Society of Health-System Pharmacists is a national professional pharmacy organization with a focus in hospital and other health-systems settings. The mission of ASHP is to advance and support the professional practice of pharmacists in hospitals and health systems and serve as their collective voice on issues related to medication use and public health.
||The overall goal of the Asian Pharmacists Association is to promote the profession of pharmacy through camaraderie and activities that impact the community. The organization strives to promote unification of the student body through various cultural events to enhance the knowledge of various cultural backgrounds at the College of Pharmacy.
|Association of Latin American Students
||Association of Latin American Students (ALAS) mimics a family atmosphere whose desire is to learn and understand more about Latinx culture while empowering and supporting each other as students/individuals. ALAS promotes Latinx awareness and culture richness through social and educational activities in efforts of strengthening diversity within RU. Even though the majority of our members may identify as Latinx, everyone is welcomed.
||Jessica Macedo Espinoza
|Athletes in Action
||Athletes in Action is a sports ministry organization that has a presence on not only Roosevelt's campus but also on six Chicago campuses as well as over 250 campuses nation wide. Athletes in Action serves as a spiritual resource and safe space for student athletes wanting to learn about and grow in their spirituality regardless of their faith background. Our services to you include Roosevelt AIA bi-monthly events, Men's and Women's groups that meet weekly , and mentoring/guidance on any big life questions you may have with our student leaders or staff.
|Beta Chapter - Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
||Alpha Kappa Alpha’s mission is to cultivate and encourage high scholastic and ethical standards, to promote unity and friendship among college women, to study and help alleviate problems concerning girls and women in order to improve their social stature, to maintain a progressive interest in college life, and to be of “Service to All Mankind".
||Erica E. Ford
|Black Student Union
||The Black Student Union's primary focus is aimed at the advancement and community of Black students and students of color on Roosevelt University's campus. We aim to provide students with campus information, campus involvement opportunities, community service opportunities, educational and professional development, and a safe space to promote self awareness along with awareness of others. This student organization is not limited to students of color, as we welcome all students to join BSU to create an environment that encourages learning and improvement for all people.
|Chinese Student Scholars Association (CSSA)
||To serve all the Chinese students in the Roosevelt University and help Chinese students to have more connection with University.
|Christians on Campus
||Our purpose is to provide Bible studies and fellowship in the love of Jesus Christ and minister the unsearchable riches of Christ among ourselves and to interested students, staff and faculty so that we grow in the life of Christ. Our activities include Bible studies; gospel outreach; fellowship on and off campus; and college conferences and seminars full of singing, praying, and enjoying the Word of God and fellowship among the attendees.
||Dr. Carolyn Wiley
|College of Arts & Sciences Student Advisory Council (CASSAC)
||The College of Arts and Sciences Student Advisory Council (CASSAC) acts as the liaison between students and Roosevelt's faculty and administrators in order to create a better learning environment within the College of Arts and Sciences.
||The purpose of Dance Marathon is to raise funds for the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago. At the end of the year, the club will host a huge dance party for the children and the dancers who reached their fundraising goal. This is a great club to join for those interested in developing their business skill set as you would need to network and talk with sponsors/peers as well as plan and host a large scale event. For those of you interested in giving back to your local community, please join us and dance on!
|Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc
||Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated is an organization of college educated women committed to the constructive development of its members and to public service with a primary focus on the Black community.
|Financial Management Association
||The purpose of the organization is to achieve better cooperation among the business students of Roosevelt University’s Heller College of Business, its alumni, and the academic and business world.
||To support psychology graduate student research through sharing research ideas and approaches, to find collaborators, and hear about opportunities.
|Hospitality Student Association
||To get Hospitality Students involved in networking events and seeing the city from a hospitality point of view.
||HUMANITY is a student organization that emphasizes the idea of being the change you want to see in the world. It is an organization that aims to create social leaders in the health fields such as human medicine, nursing, optometry, veterinary medicine, pharmacy, and so on. In addition to making leaders, our goal is to advocate in our prospective health fields. Contact us today to get involved!
|Indian Student Association
||To spread cultural awareness of Indian festivals and participate in community service.
|International Students Association
||The International Students Association is an organization that gathers all students on campus to bring them different tastes of different cultures.
||International Study Center student club. Interested in building bridges between international and domestic students. Open to ISC students and friends.
|Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity, Inc.
||Founded in 1879, Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity, Inc. is the oldest and largest professional pharmacy fraternity in the world. The Epsilon Upsilon Chapter has strived to maintain the Fraternity objectives of: conducting a professional fraternal organization for the mutual benefit of its members; developing industry, sobriety, and fellowship; fostering high ideals, scholarship and pharmaceutical research; supporting and participating in projects that advance the profession of pharmacy; inspiring in its members a deep and lasting pride in their Fraternity and in the profession of pharmacy.
|Level Up Power Up (Geek Club)
||Level Up Power Up (LUPU), otherwise known as Geek Club, is the only organization that encompasses everything pop-culture related at Roosevelt University. We are all about fun and good times! We play video games and board games, watch movies and TV shows, and more! We have discussions within the group. We also host fun events on and off campus! Everyone is welcome! This is the organization to go to if you just want to just relax, chill, and unwind for a few hours. Come check us out! You can find us on Facebook and Instagram @RULevelUpPowerUp. Want to contact us? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Mathematics and Actuarial Science
||Support Students in Math and Acturial Science
Our mission is to build a worldwide movement empowering the poor in their fight for equal access to healthcare, education and a safe home.
||Dr. Kelly Wentz-Hunter
|Muslim Students Association
||Gives Muslim and non-muslim alike a safe space on campus to discuss, learn and grow
|NATURAL SCIENCE CLUB
||Roosevelt University’s Natural Science club is a science-driven organization that strives to connect the student body with resources to achieve their personal goals in the scientific field. We use our time to help our community and share our passions for science to help ourselves succeed throughout each semester by having enjoyable events to focus on alongside our coursework.
||Dr. Kelsey Poulson-Ellestad
||Our aim is to cultivate and train a team of engaged students throughout the country capable of harnessing the energy on campus to advocate for an end to the internationally condemned Israeli occupation of Palestine and a peaceful resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in the form of a two-state solution.
||Dr. David Faris
||The Polish American Pharmacists Association Student chapter (PAPAS) is a professional, highly respected, active, and visible pharmacy organization. PAPAS has had a presence in Illinois pharmacy since 1936. PAPAS’ main objectives are to promote pharmacy as a profession, to provide fellowship and social activities, and to cultivate and retain the public's respect for pharmacists by elevating professional standards.
|Peer Mentor Program
||The Peer Mentor Program is a student-centered program that is open to all students. Peer mentors are student leads who provide support and guidance from their unique experiences as a current Roosevelt student. Peer mentors provide: one-on-one mentoring, events, social outings, and academic skill development.
||The mission of Pediatric Pharmacy Advocacy Group (PPAG) is to advocate for safe and effective medication use in children. The RUCOP chapter of PPAG was started in early 2016 and has been quite active ever since. The chapter’s goals and activities focus on education of patients, families and other health care providers regarding pediatric health issues.
||Kelli Covington, Elena Thompson
||To prepare Pre-Dental students and Pre-Medical students for the Admissions test and admittance into their dream school . The goal is for students with a common goal to gather and support one another by sharing information .We also plan to make trips to near by Dental and Medical schools .
||Kelly Wentz Hunter
||Pre-Professional Club To expose RU students to resources for their pre professional path.
||The Pharmacy Student Council is the College’s newest organization and was formed in the Fall of 2017. Its purpose is to serve and facilitate student organization activities on campus, act as an intermediary between students and faculty/administration, and support and organize campus-wide events. Some highlights of this year included bringing in therapy dogs for a Finals Week De-Stress Fest, hosting a Pharmacy Spirit Week, including a trivia night to raise money for childhood cancer with St. Baldrick’s Foundation, and organizing graduation festivities.
||Psi Chi is an international Psychology honor's society that aims to advance psychology majors in their specific fields and interests.
||Elijah Ricks Ph.D.
||We explore the connections between all types of study. To break down the barriers between writing, science, and mathematics.
||Rho Chi is the international honor society for pharmaceutical sciences that encourages high scholastic achievement and fellowship among students. Membership in The Rho Chi Society is based on a students’ academic achievements. The Society seeks to advance pharmacy through intellectual leadership. Our students work together to host a number of academic and service activities, including Rho Chi Pharmacy Game Night.
|Rho Epsilon Real Estate Club
||This student organization is focused on developing knowledge of, awareness and engagement with, and participation in the real estate industry. Any student interested in real estate and the possible career opportunities is welcome to participate.
|Roosevelt Advertising Club (RADCLUB)
||RADCLUB provides students access to the world of advertising through engagement in varying projects for a wide array of clients
|Roosevelt Counseling Association (RCA)
||The Roosevelt Counseling Association (RCA) is committed to bringing students in the School Counseling and Clinical Mental Health Counseling programs together. RCA hosts social events and networking opportunities for its members. Additionally, RCA plans a yearly event that celebrates the graduation of fellow counseling students.
||Kristina Peterson, PhD
|Roosevelt Educators for Dual Language Association (REDLA)
REDLA advocates for Dual Language education models as the most academically effective and socially just approach to teaching and learning languages.
|Maria A. Gandara
||Tammy Oberg De La Garza
|Roosevelt Industrial Organizational Psychology Association
RIOPA is a networking organization for Roosevelt University's Industrial & Organizational Psychology students.
Our mission is to support members in their continued education in the field of I-O Psychology and create opportunities for professional and educational development.
|Noel Harari and Jameson Powell
|Roosevelt Public Administration Org
||To educate and engage students in Public Administration
||Dr La Vonne Downey
|Roosevelt University Honors Council
||The Roosevelt University Honors Program provides immersive academic opportunities for students seeking an enriched and personalized undergraduate experience. Honors Council members embody academic enthusiasm, challenging both students and standards to exceed expectations and achieve excellence. Meetings will be creative and collaborative, often exploring culture through conversation.
|Roosevelt University ONE.org
||To work to end extreme global poverty
||Dr La Vonne Downey
||RU Coding is dedicated to providing resources and a space for students who are interested in coding and looking for a community of students for support and guidance. There is no experience needed, all majors and class levels welcomed.
|RU Dance Club
||We have created this group for dancers of all levels of experience to come together and celebrate different styles of dance. Additionally, we want to create a safe place for anyone to come, destress, and appreciate the art of dance.
||We are an organization committed to bringing together the people along all the spectrums of gender and sexual orientation
|RU SHRM Student Chapter
||The purpose of the RU-SHRM Chapter is to provide Roosevelt University students with a gateway into the human resource profession by encouraging personal, professional and career growth and by offering leadership, mentoring, and networking opportunities through events and activities with practicing managers and HR professionals.
||Alexis I. Smith
||Dr. Carolyn Wiley
||To celebrate all forms and methods of writing. We educate on writing styles, properties, and authors in the hopes of cultivating the Roosevelt Community's creative or academic works.
||Amber Floy Barkes
||RU Green is Roosevelt University's sustainability and environmental student organization. The members of RU Green work to complete sustainability focused initiatives both on campus and in the Chicago community. The organization deems it critical to follow the University's social justice mission in the pursuit and completion of these initiatives, and incorporate social justice values into each project.
||S.I.S.T.E.R.S. is a community service based organization which empowers women and promotes self development as well as professional development.
||To better the world we live in through social entrepreneurship
||Abel Rodriguez & Hannah Molina
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|Sexual Assault Survivors Support
||The purpose of Sexual Assault Survivors Support (S.A.S.S) is to create a safe and fruitful environment for survivors of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, childhood sexual abuse, and stalking. Sexual Assault Survivors Support will focus on supporting individuals through processing events, developing healthy coping mechanisms, and providing access to resources. Roosevelt University students of all identities, ages, and genders are welcome to participate.
|Sigma Alpha Iota
||Music Fraternity for Women devoted to service and the cultivation of love of music
|Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc. Beta Rho Chapter
||Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc. believes "Greater Service, Greater Progress" in regards to community service, sisterhood, and leadership. Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc. was established as an organization November 12, 1922 on the campus of Butler University and also apart of National Pan-Hellenic Council. As a chapter Beta Rho is the second oldest undergraduate chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc. Central Region established in 1954 and the first NPHC organization on the campus of Roosevelt University.
|South Loop Campus Ministry
||We are a progressive, radically inclusive, justice-seeking community of faith. We live this out through worship, service, and fellowship activities.L
|Student American Medical Association
||Help students interest in medical school get more info
|Student Council of Arts Leadership
||SCAL aims to unite and serve the diverse population of artists within the Roosevelt student body.
|The Healing Purr
||The Healing Purr is an organization that aims to build community for queer/LGBT youth around the topics of mental health and pets.
||To gain essential communication skills to serve as the official voice of the university. Students will learn how to write in AP style, the journalistic way of writing, as well as skills in photography, communications and to know how to participate in a news room setting.
||To educate about the mission of the UN and to engage students to be global citizens
||Dr La Vonne Downey
|Volunteers Around the World
||Volunteers Around the World is humanitarian organization dedicated to providing health, dental, veterinary care, and health education to the most stricken communities in third world countries.
||Dr. Kelly Wentz-Hunter
|WRBC: The Blaze
||WRBC provides allows students to gain broadcast experience, as well as channeling their love for music, podcasts, and entertainment into a format they can share with the world.