Episode 2 of Roosevelt University’s new podcast series, And Justice For All, features Alex Fruin, BMA ’19. Alex is a graduate of Roosevelt University’s Chicago College of Performing Arts and recently participated in the Obama Foundation Community Leadership Corps. In this episode, Alex and President Ali discuss his inspiration to study vocal music and how […]
This inaugural episode is all about beginnings. Specifically, our beginnings at Roosevelt University, with guest and faculty emeritus, Lynn Weiner. Here Lynn shares with us our powerful origin story, and the road Roosevelt has traveled for 75 years, to help give us a better grasp of where we are as a university, where we’re going, and why.
This op-ed was originally published on the Chicago Tribune website» Now that Illinois has a new governor and Chicago has elected a new mayor, the first order of business for our political leaders needs to be saving the state’s colleges and universities. In 2017, nearly half of Illinois high school graduates left the state to study […]
Please join me in thanking everyone who kept the University operating the last few days — especially those who kept our campus staffed. Roosevelt will resume normal operations and class schedules tomorrow. While we were closed to the public, our residence hall staff, food service employees, security officers and facilities specialists were all on hand […]
Welcome back and happy 2019. I hope you enjoyed the holidays and have returned for the spring semester feeling rested. The new year is the perfect time to reflect on our goals. I encourage you to remain focused on your academic studies and become more involved on campus. Roosevelt’s priority is your success and we […]
We made it! The sprint to the finish of finals is over and you can all enjoy winter break with family, friends and loved ones. Wherever you go, whomever you’re with, we hope you bring a little RU cheer with you. Watch this video for a holiday message Wishing you and yours a healthy, happy […]