Create your FSA ID and review a full list of required documents by visiting fafsa.gov.
Visit fafsa.gov to complete the FAFSA. Enter Roosevelt’s six-digit Federal School Code (001749) to ensure the University receives your FAFSA information.
Important Note: Some students may be selected for verification by the United States Department of Education and additional forms or documents may be required. A list of additional requirements can be found in RU Access.
File your FAFSA in December for the 2024-25 academic school year. More information will be announced for the new FAFSA process.
A student’s financial aid package consists of a combination of federal, state and Roosevelt University aid. This aid will include any available scholarships, grants, student employment opportunities, and loans that you may be eligible to receive. Your award letter will be provided by mail via the United States Postal Service and may be viewed in RU Access. We encourage you to schedule a one-on-one appointment with a financial aid services counselor to further discuss your aid package.
To accept your award package and the “Terms and Conditions,” complete the following steps:
Any students borrowing federal student loans are required by the United States Department of Education to complete entrance counseling and sign a Master Promissory Note. Visit studentloans.gov for additional instructions
Perhaps the most important step in securing your seat as a new student at Roosevelt is making payment arrangements after registering for courses and reviewing your financial aid package.
Visit RU Access and complete the following steps in order to view your electronic bill.
Visit roosevelt.edu/paymybill to explore and select a payment option. Payment options include payment in full, monthly payment plans, as well as employer-based tuition reimbursement.