Angelica Marrufo is one of our thousands of students who has found a place of belonging at Roosevelt. By embracing and celebrating our differences, we come together to create socially conscious leaders in an institution grounded by strong values.
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.
When Roosevelt University undergraduate James Davis grew impatient with lack of promotion at his hotel job, his mentor — a Roosevelt alumnus and hotel manager — was there to talk the 21-year-old down from the ledge.
Zindaba Nyirenda — a 2010 Roosevelt University graduate and Zambian princess — has dedicated most of her career to the recognition of equality in Africa, and fighting for the rights of women and children in Zambia and around the world.