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

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Finding the Right Fit for Your Career

Does your future employer share your values? Are you concerned about whether or not you’ll like your career? Join, Multicultural Student Support Services and Career Development as we host a joint workshop to discuss ways to find the right fit as you start your career. Thursday, Nov 2 at 11:00 AM in WB 416 or

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Dia de los Muertos

Come celebrate with us Tuesday, October 31st WB 317 5-8 pm to see our themed ofrenda tables. We’ll also have a face painter, tarot card reader, sugar skull decorations, costume contest, and enjoy traditional food like Tamales, chicken, and Puerto Rican rice (vegetarian option available). Brought to you by ALAS in collaboration with Peer Mentors, Counseling Center,

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FREE FEMINIST COMEDY

Come see Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet),  FREE w/RU ID, an exuberant comedy and feminist revisioning of Shakespeare’s Othello and Romeo and Juliet. Performances will take place in the Patrick O’Malley Theatre Thursday, November 3 – Saturday, November 4 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, November 5 at 2:00 p.m.  Call 312-341-3831 for reservations. Contact: rutheatre@roosevelt.edu

REMINDER: Fundraiser for Univ. of Puerto Rico

Hello again, RU Students! As you know, your peers at the Roosevelt University College of Pharmacy (RUCOP) are hosting an event this Friday, October 27, to support the students affected by hurricane Maria. The “RU Helping: Fundraising for the University of Puerto Rico School of Pharmacy” will donate all proceeds directly to the University of

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#MeToo

The #MeToo campaign began in 2007 by activist Tarana Burke as a grass-roots movement to reach sexual assault survivors in underprivileged communities. The campaign saw a resurgence after actress Alyssa Milano asked her Twitter followers to share their stories of sexual assault and harassment. The campaign has been recognized across multiple social media and news

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CALL FOR NOMINATIONS – FALL 2017 COMMENCEMENT STUDENT SPEAKER

Commencement is Friday, December 15, 2017, and we are currently looking for nominations for a student speaker. • Students must be graduating during the semester they wish to speak. • Students should have taken the majority of their coursework for the degree they’re completing at Roosevelt. • Students’ nominations are evaluated based on the quality

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Spring 2018 Payment Plan

The Spring 2018 payment plan will be available starting November 1, 2017 via RU Access.   To take advantage of the full five payments, register for your classes and enroll in the payment plan before November 30. To participate in the payment plan, there is a $45 enrollment fee.  This fee will allow you to divide

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