Why wait until you graduate to get real-world experience? Roosevelt offers plenty of meaningful out-of-the-classroom opportunities for students: internships, mentorships, career development, study abroad and much more.
In May 2016, Ben Sher became the University's first-ever PhD graduate in Roosevelt's growing Industrial-Organization (I-O) Psychology program. Will you follow in his footsteps?
Our study abroad programs give you the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to travel, learn and live in other countries. There's a whole world out there. Now’s the best time to explore it.
The CCCF Fellows Program, funded through the Clearing Corporation Charitable Foundation, provides undergraduate business students the resources, tools and guidance needed to successfully reach their professional goals.
"A job is not a career. A career involves vision, planning and jobs that may include a series of horizontal and vertical moves."