Roosevelt creates new tuition grant to aid students in need

The new Stronger Tuition Grant will award Roosevelt University students up to $5,000 in times of crisis. For many students, the one-time, need-based grant could mean the difference between returning to Roosevelt and staying home in the fall.

Four tiled pictures of Roosevelt students walking outside the Auditorium Building and in the classroom
Pharmacy students Alina Choudhari, Ehinose Uduehi and Maryam Alebraheem
4/8/2021

This winter, Roosevelt University pharmacy students won the unanimous support of their peers with a policy proposal at the APhA-ASP regional meeting. The national organization gives a voice and professional development opportunities to student pharmacists.

Troy Gaston leads the crowds during a post-election rally at Daley Plaza in downtown Chicago on Nov. 4, 2020.
4/6/2021

Troy Gaston has a tendency to vibrate when he talks about social justice. It’s the enthusiasm for the topic.

Photo of professor Debra Orr with her book, Team for Change
4/5/2021

On April 8, Roosevelt University professor Debra Orr published her first book, a practical handbook for working through the organizational change process.

 

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PR professionals at the University handle all media inquiries, including requests for interviews, speaking engagements and subject matter experts.

Nicole Barron
VP of Marketing and Communications
nbarron03@roosevelt.edu
Phone: (312) 341-2114

Roosevelt University Policy Regarding Media Inquiries

All calls and inquiries from the media should be directed to Nicole Barron at (312) 341-2114nbarron03@roosevelt.edu or to the University’s Office of Marketing and Public Relations at 312-341-2343.

Also contact the Office of Marketing and Public Relations at 312-341-2343 in the event of filming or a request to do filming on campus, as prior approval is needed.