Whether earning their degrees on campus or online, Roosevelt’s alumni make their marks on the world.
Winner of the Ms. Wheelchair 2018 competition, psychology graduate Mary Mocny advocates for greater accessibility in higher education for people with disabilities.
Few students have maximized their experiential learning opportunities while at Roosevelt as did Keison Arnold. He now enjoys a hospitality career on the rise.
Lori Bein knew she belonged in school administration from a young age. Her Roosevelt education set the foundation for a thriving career.
Few theatre students have gone on to make their Hollywood debut as a leading actor. Even fewer have done so after enduring the extent of personal tragedies suffered by J. Michael Finley.
Laurie Linton’s pharmacy career was inspired by an unlikely source: her high school English class.