President Malekzadeh’s End-of-Year Message to Faculty and Staff

Greetings Colleagues,

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.

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New Campus Housing Requirements and Options

Dear 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.

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Spring 2020 Grading and Policy

Dear Students,

Thank you for your ongoing hard work, flexibility and efforts for adjusting to remote learning due to COVID-19.

We understand that students are facing especially difficult circumstances during this time. We have adjusted regular deadlines and faculty have been asked to be flexible around the delivery of grades, especially for those students who may be struggling during the spring semester.

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Weekly Recap 4/3/20

It’s been another successful week of remote learning! Thank you to everyone for your continued hard work and dedication as the semester progresses.

On March 31, Governor Pritzker announced that the Illinois stay-at-home order would be extended through April 30. Please continue best practices for good health to help reduce everyone’s risk of infection. We continue to monitor the latest developments from local and state authorities and will provide updates as information becomes available.

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