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Support Services

We all need a hand sometimes. The Roosevelt community—from faculty and staff to your fellow students—is here to help.

Learning Commons

The Learning Commons is a collaborative learning environment located in the library. This space allows current students one-stop access to peer tutoring in the Writing CenterMath Lab, and other subjects. Visitors to the Learning Commons also have easy access to Library services and the Academic Success Center (Peer Mentoring and Disability Services).

Career Development

The Office of Career Development educates students, alumni, faculty, staff and employers about the career development and job search process. Staff support, engage, and counsel students in career and major exploration, and partners with employers for on-campus interviewing and information sessions.

Counseling Center

Seeking a college degree is a very exciting time full of opportunities and challenges. The Counseling Center is here to help students manage their emotional wellbeing when the stress and demands of life and school impact their path towards success.

Mary Grigar
The first step in seeking help through the Counseling Center is to schedule an appointment. In this appointment, which could last from 60 to 90 minutes, an intake clinician will ask a range of questions to figure out how to get you the most useful help. This person will ask questions about your medical and emotional history and your relationships and family. You don’t have to talk about anything you’d rather not; we’re simply gathering information to make recommendations for you.
Mary Grigar, Ph.D.
Director, Roosevelt University Counseling Center
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