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.
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.
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:
Thank you for another successful week of remote learning and working from home. We wish everyone continued good health and safety.
Here is our weekly recap:
It’s been another successful week of remote learning! Thank you to everyone for your continued hard work and dedication as the semester progresses.
Given federal, state, and university stay-at-home guidelines, the Roosevelt IRB is adopting additional precautionary measures to ensure the continued protection of researchers and research participants.
Dear Faculty & Students,
We want to thank the students, staff and faculty of the Roosevelt University community for being so flexible and for taking so seriously the need to make Spring 2020 as regular a part of students’ academic careers as possible. Faculty are teaching. Students are working hard to learn. Staff are responding to the needs of students and faculty in achieving success in these trying times. Continue reading
Dear Roosevelt Community,
Classes will resume on March 23 with most being moved to an online format. Students will be receiving emails from their deans with more specifics regarding how the rest of the term will be handled. We have also added this information to our COVID-19 website on the page called “College Specific Guidance.” Please continue to regularly check the site for updates. Continue reading
While there are no confirmed cases of Coronavirus at Roosevelt, the safety and wellbeing of our community is our highest priority. We are taking the following steps to give every member of our community the support and resources to continue uninterrupted access to their academic program in whatever manner is necessary. Continue reading