SAFAC Student Applications Open for Spring 2018!

The Student Activity Fee Allocation Committee(SAFAC) is seeking student volunteers to apply to be on the SAFAC board for the Spring 2018 term. Qualifications: Currently enrolled undergraduate or graduate student Must have 2.5 gpa cumulative gpa Ability to exercise excellent judgement Application are available online at: https://www.roosevelt.edu/current-students/student-life/csi or Stop by the Center for Student Involvement in

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Professional Mentoring Program

Roosevelt University’s Professional Mentoring Program matches undergraduates with working and retired professionals in a variety of fields to help students establish their futures. Mentors provide support and guidance to their mentees in order to help them be more career ready by graduation. To apply as a mentee or mentor go to roosevelt.edu/mentoring, we’re always accepting applications!

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French Conversation Group

Interested in practicing your conversational French?  Join us on Wed., Jan. 17  for our first meeting of the Roosevelt French conversation group for the spring semester. The group meets every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month. We gather in the library alcove by the vending machines. Come and join us between 5:15 p.m. and

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The Office of Marketing is Looking For a Digital Marketing Intern (Paid)

Roosevelt University’s Office of Marketing is looking for a Digital Marketing Intern for the spring semester with skills in social media and content marketing. The Digital Marketing Intern will work closely with the Digital Marketing Manager to gain hands-on experience with a variety of marketing tactics including social media, digital advertising, SEO, email marketing, and

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New Graduate Admissions Counselor – College of Pharmacy

I am pleased to announce the appointment of Mrs. Tara Hawkins as Graduate Admissions Counselor for the College of Pharmacy (COP). In this role, Mrs. Hawkins will participate in all aspects of the recruitment and counseling of prospective students, including on- and off-campus recruitment events and interview days, responding to inquiries, evaluating applicants and maintaining

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$15 Tickets to “Too Hot to Handel: The Jazz-Gospel Messiah”!

Celebrate the transformative power of music at the Auditorium Theatre with Too Hot to Handel: The Jazz-Gospel Messiah, taking place for the 13th consecutive year over Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day weekend. Inspired by Dr. King’s message of “beloved community,” Too Hot brings Chicagoans together to witness “a contagiously joyous jazz, gospel, and blues treatment of George Frideric Handel’s famous

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Fall 2017 Grades

Beginning Friday, December 22nd, final grades for fall 2017 will be available via RUAccess for all courses that have ended by December 16th. If you have any questions, please call the Office of the Registrar at 312-341-3535. Thank you and enjoy your winter break! Contact: lyoung@roosevelt.edu

We need your feedback!

Roosevelt University is seeking your input on the academic advising process. Please take a moment to provide feedback on your recent experience with your academic advisor. Your input is confidential and very valuable. Click on the link below to be directed to the survey. https://rooseveltuniversity.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_cBWSGSOLk8I1Bk1 Undergraduate Academic Advising | ROOSEVELT UNIVERSITY 425 S. Wabash, 1M10|Chicago,

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Professional Mentoring Program

Roosevelt University’s Professional Mentoring Program matches undergraduates with working and retired professionals in a variety of fields to help students establish their futures. Mentors provide support and guidance to their mentees in order to help them be more career ready by graduation. To apply as a mentee or mentor go to roosevelt.edu/mentoring, we’re always accepting applications!

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