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Schaumburg Campus Elementary Education Cohort

Roosevelt University will launch a new Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education cohort on our Schaumburg Campus - this fall.

Specifically designed for career changers and recent two- and four-year college graduates, this field-based program offers flexible schedules, with classes available weekdays and on Saturdays. Teacher candidates will be prepared to effectively instruct and lead students from diverse schools and backgrounds.

Join us at our College of Education Info Session on June 21 to discover how our programs will advance your career in education.

Schaumburg Partners in Education

For nearly two years, the partnership of Roosevelt's College of Education and Schaumburg School District 54's Hoover Math and Science Academy has provided Roosevelt teaching students with the tools needed to propel elementary students to success.

Through this partnership, elementary teacher candidates, with backgrounds in math and science education, are able to complete field and clinical experiences at Hoover, as well as learn new standards and teacher evaluation models that can be implemented into the classroom.

For additional information on Roosevelt and Hoover's partnership, and how you can jumpstart your career in elementary education, contact Lilibeth Castillo, student support specialist, at lcastillo04@roosevelt.edu or call (312) 853-4789.

Schaumburg Campus Education Programs

Future teachers, begin your pathway to success at Roosevelt. With our variety of programs, you will be prepared to teach and lead students from a wide range of cultural and social backgrounds, education levels and needs.

Featured programs offered at our Schaumburg Campus:

  • Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education
  • Bachelor of Arts in Educational Studies
  • Master of Arts in Elementary Education
  • Master of Arts in Instructional Leadership
  • Master of Arts in Reading
  • Master of Arts in Organization Development
  • Master of Arts in Training and Development

For more information on our degree programs, visit Academic Programs and Majors.

Scholarships That Work for You

Roosevelt's merit-based scholarships allow you to worry less about finances, and focus more on gaining the education you'll need to excel in front of the classroom.

For the upcoming 2017-18 academic year, programs such as Golden Apple Pathway Scholars and the TEACH Grant Program provide opportunities for aspiring teachers to receive thousands of dollars in scholarships and grants from Roosevelt and our education partners.

For details on available scholarships and eligibility requirements, visit Scholarships.