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
Wabash Building and Auditorium Tower
1/4/2021

Three Roosevelt University faculty members recently published their pharmacology research on C-reactive proteins and COVID-19 in two prestigious journals.

Alumni and Giving
1/4/2021

In January, Roosevelt University will integrate alumni relations and career development to create the Office of Alumni and Career Services. The new office will oversee alumni relations, career development and employer relations. The shift will establish more robust opportunities for students, alumni and employers to connect through meaningful programs and events.

Pharmacy student Bellal Alzalam administers the COVID-19 vaccine on CBS-2.
12/28/2020

Roosevelt University pharmacy students were among the first to administer the COVID-19 vaccine in Chicago as health care workers at Mount Sinai Hospital received their first doses.

 

Contact the Office of Marketing and Public Relations

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.