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 student Shams Azzawi
9/24/2020

Pharmacy student Shams Azzawi earned a spot in the summer internship program at the Captain James A. Lovell Federal Health Care Center. The Farmington Hills, Michigan native was chosen for the position out of a competitive applicant pool.

MPA candidate and alum Jose Almanza, presenting a poster at the 2019 Student Research Symposium
9/22/2020

After serving in the Marine Corps, Jose Almanza Jr. (BA Political Science, ’19) came home to Chicago and moved into an apartment not far from his family in Little Village. Several leases and apartments later, he had seen firsthand how difficult gentrification has made it to live in his community.

Ralph Martire
9/17/2020

Ralph Martire, the Arthur Rubloff endowed professor of public policy at Roosevelt University, will speak at a series of free, virtual events on the Fair Tax amendment.

 

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