At the fourth American Dream Conference, community leaders tackled questions about immigration, citizenship and American identity.
The American Dream Conference prepared students to get involved in the community — and perhaps one day run for office.
From the West Side to the Southeast Side, winners of a Roosevelt social justice award are fighting for a more equitable Chicago.
In a new exhibition, Chicago College of Performing Arts students give voice to the accounts of detained immigrants.
An introduction to Rich Regan, Auditorium Theatre CEO, and a preview of the theatre’s special 130th anniversary events.
Victor Dickson leads the Safer Foundation, one of the nation’s largest social-impact nonprofits for people with conviction records.
With a passion for global health, Samah Qasmieh hopes to tackle the growing crisis of antimicrobial resistance.
As an administrator, Jessica Fong wants to speak her families’ language — not just Spanish, but their culture and their neighborhood.
If an individual’s success is measured by their ability to make a living doing what they love, then Augie Haas is beyond successful.
Tim Mulholland (MSAF ’18) committed 200 hours of pro bono work to investigate alleged elder abuse. The case launched his career.
Roosevelt alumni make their mark, in the city of Chicago and around the world.
Student, faculty and staff accomplishments in the College of Education.
Student, faculty and staff accomplishments in the Chicago College of Performing Arts.
Student, faculty and staff accomplishments in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Student, faculty and staff accomplishments in the Heller College of Business.
Student, faculty and staff accomplishments in the College of Pharmacy.
Thank you to the trustees, alumni, faculty, staff and organizations who generously supported Roosevelt in fiscal year 2019.
Sharing Notes has brought 500 performances to more than 28,000 hospital patients across Chicago.
Samantha Latson and 12 other Roosevelt journalism students traveled to Washington, D.C. to cover a national gun violence protest.
The Roosevelt University community extends its deepest sympathy to the loved ones of recently deceased alumni and friends.
As Roosevelt prepares for its 75th anniversary, we look ahead to new initiatives for women leaders and young professionals.