In a recent Roosevelt University survey, students overwhelmingly agreed that finances were their number one concern about returning this fall. To continue supporting our students, Roosevelt has three programs in place to support students during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. Below is a description of those programs as well as contacts for more information for each initiative.
Dear Roosevelt Community,
I want to thank you for your continued understanding, resilience, flexibility and determination during this unprecedented time. We have endured a pandemic that really, no one anticipated. You have persevered, and with our spring semester completed, we are now entering into the summer sessions and forecasting what the fall may look like for Roosevelt.
Week of 5/4 Recap
Thank you to everyone for your continued hard work and diligence through these challenging times. We wish everyone continued good health and safety.
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Dear Roosevelt Class of 2020,
First of all, congratulations on your remarkable achievement! After this week, you will join an amazing family of Roosevelt University alumni and we wish you all the best in your future plans. We also wanted to take a moment and update you on our plans for our spring Commencement ceremony.
I hope you, your families and loved ones continue to stay safe and healthy.
March 10, 2020 marked a serious shift in the way we deliver on our commitment to providing the best educational experience for our students. We have also seen how lives across the world were, and continue to be, altered due to COVID-19; we could have never expected it to this degree. As I review the past year, including the past two months or so, I’m extremely thankful for and proud of the Roosevelt University community for everything we have accomplished, our positive outlook, and our selfless and ongoing devotion to our jobs and students.
Roosevelt University is committed to your safety, comfort and providing opportunities for you to learn and grow.
As the University, including the Office of Residence Life, prepares for the future, planning for the months and year to come, our residents’ well-being is at the forefront of our decision-making. Given the unexpected evolution of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and the health impacts this virus has had on the city of Chicago and the world, Residence Life has decided to make changes to our housing options in order to better serve Roosevelt University students.
Week of April 27 COVID-19 Recap
Thank you for your continued hard work and diligence through these challenging times. We wish everyone continued good health and safety.
Here is our weekly recap: