Based on your grade point average, you could be eligible for up to $10,000 in merit scholarships.
The University awards grants based on the Expected Family Contribution (EFC) calculated in your FAFSA form. The EFC is an index that indicates a family's level of need.
Roosevelt also offers grants for undocumented students and other underrepresented groups.
The federal government distributes Pell Grant funds to students with the greatest financial need, based on your EFC.
* On average aid for new undergraduate students in Fall 2021, excluding students from the
Chicago College of Performing Arts
+ Students that are IL residents
Through the Office of Career Development, you can apply for jobs to earn money and gain professional experience.
Loans are borrowed from either the government or a private entity to finance expenses directly related to the cost of your education. This money must be repaid and is subject to the terms and conditions outlined by the lender.
Carefully consider all financial aid options before borrowing.
The government pays the interest accrued on subsidized loans while you are enrolled in school.
You are responsible for the interest owed on unsubsidized loans while enrolled.
For qualified parents of dependent undergraduate students. Additional loan options are available to non-qualifying parents and students.
Consider all federal loan options before third-party private loans.