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Virtually Explore The World From Home

With the current circumstances, many of us find ourselves at home and away from friends, but with the advancement of technology, there are several different options we have to stay connected and explore new things. Here are some virtual experiences you can have from from the comfort of home. Tour Exhibits: Google Arts & Culture…

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Canceled Event: Corporate Presentation with Cushman & Wakefield, March 25

Roosevelt University Students, We regret to inform you that the Corporate Presentation with Cushman & Wakefield, scheduled for March 25, 2020, has been canceled due to health concerns surrounding the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). We plan to reschedule the presentation for a later date. Contact: cenglishdixon@roosevelt.edu

Canceled Event: Matthew Freeman Lecture, March 23

Roosevelt University Community Members, We regret to inform you that the Matthew Freeman Lecture, scheduled for Monday, March 23, 2020, has been canceled due to health concerns surrounding the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). We plan to reschedule the lecture during the upcoming fall semester. For more information, contact Heather Damage, director of the Mansfield Institute…

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Student Events and Activities – Canceled

Due to efforts to preserve the health and well-being of our campus community, please be advised that all planned/anticipated student events are canceled until further notice. The Center for Student Involvement, the Office of Residence Life, and the Division of Student Affairs, will continue to explore ways to promote a healthy and engaging campus community…

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SNAP Campus Outreach Canceled

Please be advised that the SNAP Campus Outreach efforts for both the Chicago and Schaumburg campuses have been canceled until further notice. Any questions or concerns regarding the SNAP application process, or the status of applications can be directed to Multicultural Student Support Services for assistance and follow up with the Illinois Hunger Coalition (IHC)….

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RU Food Pantry – Extended Spring Break Closure

The regularly scheduled hours for the RU Food Pantry will continue to be closed for the extended Spring Break period (March 5, 2020 – March 23, 2020) Please contact HFI@roosevelt.edu to schedule an appointment if you are a student who needs to utilize the Food Pantry services during this time. We will always do our…

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Emergency Housing Updates

Emergency Housing Suite Closed As a precaution, given the rapid development of the Corona virus in the United States, the Office of Residence Life is putting in place measures to prevent, as much as possible, the entry of people, into the residence halls that don’t live on campus. Effective immediately and until further notice, access…

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2020 Black Lives Matter Conference

Loyola University Chicago 2020 Black Lives Matter Conference March 28th, 2020 | 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM In the face of violence against Black communities, students, scholars, families, and individuals, people from across the United States came together to work against this violence to usher a movement of resistance. A new era of liberation in…

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Requesting Student Volunteers for the Spring 2020 Career Fair!

I’m reaching out to formally ask for volunteers for the Spring Career and Networking Fair 2020. Some of you have been volunteers in the past and some are new, but all are welcome and needed. We appreciate all the help we can get in making this event a success for our students! This year the…

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First Stop Hours

During the week of March 9th- 16th, First Stop will be open from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. In preparation for the RU & RMU integration, the First Stop (SCH 125) will be temporarily relocated to SCH 640. SCH 640 is the room to your immediate left when entering the building through its main front door…

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