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Roosevelt University attracts students of all backgrounds who share a passion for learning and desire to effect positive change in their professional careers. Stefan Milinkov, a 2013 graduate of Roosevelt’s Master of Science in Accounting Forensics (MSAF) program, is a testament to the institution’s ability to transform careers on an international level.
Finding a “dream job” may often seem like an unattainable task, but one Roosevelt University alumna is proof that it can be done.
Every spring, students like me toss graduation caps into the air, cross the University Commencement stage and accept their diplomas. Together we start what’s next, wherever it may lead, armed with the academics, experience and connections to make our dreams a reality.
A degree doesn’t change who you are. I should know — I have four degrees, including three from Roosevelt University. However, a college education does change the way one sees the world, as you will learn from my story.
Starting college is one of most exciting times in a student’s life, if a bit daunting. This is often the first time a young person has lived away from home, surrounded by an unfamiliar environment and new people.