Year in Review

COVID-19 Updates


Our highest priority is the health and safety of the Roosevelt University community. Please visit Roosevelt’s COVID‑19 website for more information about the University’s response.

COVID-19 Updates


Our highest priority is the health and safety of the Roosevelt University community. Classes were postponed until Monday, March 23. At that time and until further notice, most classes will be offered online. Please visit Roosevelt’s COVID‑19 website for more information about the University’s response.

Robert Morris University Illinois and Roosevelt University integration is approved


The combination of our two universities will build on our historic missions of diversity and access to education. Students will have increased opportunities for athletic and extracurricular activities, connection to community partners, and new routes of accessibility.
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Nine Roosevelt students selected as 2020 Al Golin Fellows


Through the program, a record number of students will attend specialized workshops deployed by some of the world’s largest marketers. The fellowship honors the late PR industry pioneer and Roosevelt alum Al Golin.
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Nine Roosevelt students selected as 2020 Al Golin Fellows


A record number of students will attend specialized workshops on modern communications strategies, deployed by some of the world’s largest marketers. The fellowship honors the late PR industry pioneer and Roosevelt alum Al Golin.
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College of Pharmacy selected as site to integrate National HIV Curriculum


The College of Pharmacy is helping to lay the foundation for the latest in HIV/AIDS care and training. Roosevelt is one of six accredited health professions’ programs that will systematically integrate the National HIV Curriculum e-learning platform into course work.
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From survival to empowerment: Women’s Leadership Council


With an exciting series of events slated for 2020, the Women’s Leadership Council aims to build a network of alumnae and friends to help women grow as leaders.
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From survival to empowerment: Women’s Leadership Council


With an exciting series of events slated for 2020, the Women’s Leadership Council aims to build a network of alumnae and friends to help women grow as leaders.
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Roosevelt announces dual degree program with City Colleges of Chicago


City Colleges of Chicago students will be able to make a seamless transition to Roosevelt University and take advantage of scholarship opportunities.
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CCPA welcomes Esteban Batallán to the Music Conservatory


Esteban Batallán, principal trumpet of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, was appointed to the artist faculty. He was principal trumpet of the Orquesta Ciudad de Granada before joining the CSO as principal trumpet in 2019.
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CCPA welcomes Esteban Batallán to the Music Conservatory


Esteban Batallán, principal trumpet of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, was appointed to the artist faculty. He was principal trumpet of the Orquesta Ciudad de Granada before joining the CSO as principal trumpet in 2019.
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CCPA Conservatory Chorus performs with Chicago Symphony Orchestra


The chorus performed live for the first time with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra at CSO’s Home Alone in Concert series. The three-show sold-out series at Symphony Center attracted holiday music lovers from all over Chicagoland.
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Record numbers of dual language teachers graduate from Roosevelt


Nearly 70 teachers — including the largest class of 48 who graduated in December —have taken advantage of the state’s only graduate-level dual language teacher leadership program.
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Record numbers of dual language teachers graduate from Roosevelt


Nearly 70 teachers — including the largest class of 48 who graduated in December —have taken advantage of the state’s only graduate-level dual language teacher leadership program.
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Marshall Bennett Institute of Real Estate announces new scholarships and internships


The institute will guarantee a summer internship for all rising senior real estate majors with a minimum of a 3.0 grade point average. Scholarship funds include the new Louis and Ruth Kahnweiler Scholarship Fund, established with a $1 million donation.
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Dalal El-Barbarawi serves as student Commencement speaker


Biochemistry major Dalal El-Barbarawi spoke about her Palestinian heritage and cultivation of what she calls a “love force,” aimed at righting injustices and aiding the oppressed.
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Dalal El-Barbarawi serves as student Commencement speaker


Biochemistry major Dalal El-Barbarawi spoke about her Palestinian heritage and cultivation of what she calls a “love force,” aimed at righting injustices and aiding the oppressed.
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