Whether earning their degrees on campus or online, Roosevelt’s alumni make their marks on the world.
A standout in the classroom as part of the College of Pharmacy’s inaugural graduating class, Valerie Glodowski has carried her hard-working spirit and determination into a rising career with CVS.
The stigmas most often associated with foster care are neglect, aggression and abuse. But Lynette Stokes is proof that one more qualifier belongs on that list: success.
World-class lyric tenor and CCPA alumnus Matthew Newlin discusses his international success, and how it all started with the hard work and dedication he put in here at Roosevelt University.
Wrongfully convicted of sexual assault 18 years ago, criminal justice graduate Jarrett Adams opened his own law offices to help give the innocent a second chance at freedom.
An accountant may not be the first person who comes to mind when you think of a social justice activist, but for Maurice Glazer (BSBA Accounting, ’62), it’s a natural part of the profession. And at 75, this entrepreneur is not done yet.