Devil’s Ball: The Stage is Yours

Spend an evening on stage under the dazzling golden glow of the Auditorium Theatre at the Devil’s Ball: The Stage Is Yours on Saturday, June 23 from 7:30-11 p.m. The night features cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and dancing, as well as a silent auction, a wine raffle and historic theatre tours. Save the date for this unique

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Children’s Beginning Piano Class for 2018-2019

Chicago College of Performing Arts is offering a unique opportunity for a few children to participate in a special new beginner piano class for the 2018-2019 school year. Nationally noted piano pedagogy professor, Dr. Yeeseon Kwon will teach this class. Assisting the class as associate student teachers will be upper division piano majors currently enrolled

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FAR (Faculty Activity Report) End of Life

The University has opted not to renew Digital Measures which hosted the faculty FAR reports.  There has been very minimal activity over the past year. The new annual faculty review process takes the place of FAR.   Any material to be saved from FAR must be done so prior to June 25.  If you have any questions,

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Auditorium Theatre’s Hearts to Art Summer Camp

The Auditorium Theatre is proud to present the 14th season of its award winning summer camp Hearts to Art, a performing arts camp for young people ages 7-14 who have experienced the death of a parent. Surrounded by a community of peers who have experienced similar loss, campers explore their creativity through acting, singing, and

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FAR (Faculty Activity Report) End of Life

The University has opted not to renew Digital Measures which hosted the faculty FAR reports.  There has been very minimal activity over the past year. The new annual faculty review process takes the place of FAR.   Any material to be saved from FAR must be done so prior to June 25.  If you have any questions,

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Business Diversity Program

Roosevelt University is committed to developing mutually beneficial relationships with small, minority-owned, women-owned, disadvantaged, veteran-owned and local business enterprises. The University has adopted a policy of enhanced supplier diversity with respect to its own contracting and purchasing and will seek to assure that all its contractors, subcontractors and vendors abide by the same spirit and

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The Learning Commons are Open for Summer

The Learning Commons are open now until Aug. 6 in the Murray Green Library (10 floor). Math, Biology and Chemistry tutoring is available: – Monday and Wednesday 11:30 a.m – 4 p.m., – Thursday noon – 4 p.m., – and Friday from 11:30 a.m – 1 p.m. Writing tutoring is available Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from

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50% Off Tickets to Giordano Dance Chicago

America’s original jazz dance company closes out its 55th season with its fourth full-evening appearance at the Auditorium Theatre. Led by Nan Giordano, celebrating 33 years of leadership and her 25th year as Artistic Director, the company brings its “high-octane energy” (Chicago Sun-Times) to the stage with pieces including company founder Gus Giordano’s Giordano Moves and Wings (which features live music by the Bournés), Ray

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“Reminder” Schaumburg Roof Project

Roosevelt University Schaumburg Campus roof project will continue its progress during the month of June and you may hear weird noises and notice different odors. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Charles Granberg, Chief Engineer, 847-627-0501. Charles Granberg, Schaumburg Campus Chief Engineer Address replies to: cgranberg@roosevelt.edu

Auditorium Theatre’s Hearts to Art Summer Camp

The Auditorium Theatre is proud to present the 14th season of its award winning summer camp Hearts to Art, a performing arts camp for young people ages 7-14 who have experienced the death of a parent. Surrounded by a community of peers who have experienced similar loss, campers explore their creativity through acting, singing, and

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