Welcome to the Office of Undergraduate Academic Advising! We look forward to working with you as you start your Undergraduate journey. Academic Advising is available at our Chicago and Schaumburg campuses for new and continuing undergraduate students. We are here to help you be successful at Roosevelt. Follow us on Facebook.
At Roosevelt University, academic advising is an active partnership between student and advisor, with the goal to develop, clarify, and evaluate a student’s educational plans and align them with the student’s goals.
Students in the Chicago College of Performing Arts, the College of Education, Biological, Chemical, and Physical Sciences, and the Hospitality Management programs should contact those areas directly for advising appointments. Graduate students will work with their academic department directly. Please refer to Graduate Student Resources for more information.
The Registrar has information relating to the withdrawal process.
Print out the Major Change form or pick up a copy at the Registrar's Office on the Mezzanine floor of the Wabash Building. You will need an advisor's signature to make this change.
Full-time students will maintain a workload of 12-18 credits (4-6 courses). Part-time students will maintain a workload of 1-11 credits (1-3 courses).
Yes. However, students can only transfer a maximum of 66 credits from community college, and must complete the last 30 credits of their program with Roosevelt. For more information on transferability of courses, speak with your advisor or visit our Transfer page.
Yes. Here is information on adding yourself to the waitlist, as well as how to secure a seat once you are off of the waitlist.
We encourage you to review the Career and Major Exploration resource page in consultation with your career counselor or academic advisor to determine your long-term goals and major options. As of March 1, 2016 Degree Works will be available to all Roosevelt graduate and undergraduate students admitted for Fall 2014 semester or later.
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While you're here to hit the books, we want to make sure that you take care of yourself both in and outside of the classroom. Please do not hesitate to contact an advisor, faculty member, counselor, or staff member if you feel like you are struggling at Roosevelt.
Here are a few resources to consider during those tough times: