Roosevelt University's Student Life Blog

Oxfam Hunger Banquet

Issues of food insecurity and homelessness are present on university and college campuses worldwide. Roosevelt recognizes that they are not exempt from the concerns of those students that identify in this way, and are dedicated to providing resources, support, and advocate for those in need. The Oxfam Hunger Banquet will allow us to provide programming…

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FREE HIV|STI testing on 11.29.30 from 10am-2pm on the 10th floor of Wabash. Check-in will be in the main lobby. Come hang with Howard Brown Health Center, the Counseling Center, and the therapy dogs from Lutheran Church Charities. Contact: lellisnelson@roosevelt.edu

DeStress Fest

Join Black Student Union, RU Counseling, Residence Life, Multicultural Student Support Services, and Alpha Gamma Delta for games, crafts, snacks, and the Lutheran Church Charity’s therapy dogs! 11.30.17 | 11am – 1pm | Congress Lounge Contact: lellisnelson@roosevelt.edu

Spring 2018 Payment Plan

The Spring 2018 payment plan is now available 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 your remaining balance into…

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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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UPDATE 12/19/17: The new process is outlined here: https://www.roosevelt.edu/current-students/money-matters/tax-info Roosevelt University will be changing its 1098T tax form processor this tax year. 1098T tax forms will soon be available by logging into RUAccess and accessing the TouchNet Bill+Payment suite. Our prior 1098T processor, Net Pay, will no longer be utilized. Please know that Federal law requires…

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Need Info on Dental School Applications or What it is to be a Dentist?

The Schaumburg Natural Science Club warmly welcomes Dr. Crytsal Kellner, D.D.S. on Monday, Nov. 20 at 5p.m. in SCH 615 and broadcast in AUD 309/311 to discuss her career path as a dentist. Dr. Kellner will also be answering questions so if you have any, please forward it to Erika Szotek, eszotek@roosevelt.edu, so that we…

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$15 Student Rush Tickets to Ella & Lena: The Ladies and Their Music!

Popular Chicago vocalist Joan Curto, called “a seasoned interpreter who makes every note count” by the Chicago Tribune, celebrates the legacies and centennials of two vocal icons: Ella Fitzgerald and Lena Horne. From the same team that brought the popular Cole Porter concert to the Auditorium last fall, the evening features Chicago favorites E. Faye Butler, Beckie Menzie, Tammy McCann, Paul Marinaro, Tom Michael, and CCPA alum…

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Schaumuburg Campus LinkedIn and Twitter

When:  Thursday, November 16th from 5:00 pm  to 6:00 PM Where:  Room 706 Improving your job search experience is one of the most important ways LinkedIn and Twitter can  benefit students. This workshop is for beginners. Come learn how to build your profile on LinkedIn, learn 4 ways to use Twitter, and begin to leverage…

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Help Local Underpriviledged Children this Holiday!

The Schaumburg Natural Science Club is once again helping underprivileged pre-school aged children shop for Christmas through W.A.C.O. (Woodfield Area Children’s Organization). Join us on Saturday, Dec. 2, 2017 at 7a.m. at Elk Grove Village Wal-Mart to help shop with the children or wrap holiday gifts. The Club is inviting ALL Schaumburg Rooseveltians to make…

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