The estimated increase in earnings for individuals with a completed bachelor’s degree during a 40-year career, compared to a typical high school graduate. (United States Census Bureau, 2012)
100% of students are considered for Roosevelt University scholarships and need-based aid at the time of admission. Your awards are based on your academic record and the expected family contribution (EFC), determined by your FAFSA.
First things first. Now is the time to start the application process. Applying to Roosevelt University is the first step in securing your qualified Roosevelt scholarships and aid.
Use the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form to apply for federal and state aid. To begin, visit fafsa.gov and enter Roosevelt’s six-digit Federal School Code (001749) to send your FAFSA information to Roosevelt University.
The Federal Pell Grant is distributed by the federal government to assist students with the greatest financial need. Eligibility is determined based upon a student’s Expected Family Contribution (EFC). Learn more about federal grants.
Illinois residents may be eligible for additional aid through the Illinois Monetary Award Program (MAP). Eligibility is based upon a student’s EFC. These need-based grants are funded by the State of Illinois and administered by the Illinois Student Assistance Commission. It’s important to note that this program is date-sensitive, so the sooner you complete the FAFSA for Illinois residence, the better (and sooner) you’ll be positioned for a favorable financial decision. Learn more about state grants.
Your Expected Family Contribution is an amount determined by the federal government and is an indication of your family’s ability to pay for a college education.
Loans are borrowed from either the government or a private entity to finance expenses directly related to the cost of your education. This money must be repaid and is subject to the terms and conditions outlined by the lender.
Students are encouraged to carefully consider all financial aid options before borrowing. Learn more about loans.
The government pays the interest accrued on subsidized loans while you are enrolled in school.
You are responsible for the interest owed on unsubsidized loans while enrolled.
For qualified parents of dependent undergraduate students. Additional loan options are available to non-qualifying parents and students.
Students are encouraged to consider all federal loan options, prior to considering private, third-party loans.
Students who apply for and are granted a job through the Office of Career Development earn money while gaining professional experience.
Tuition rates are dependent upon the academic program in which a student enrolls, as well as full- or part-time status.