Technology Task Force Reminder — Data Integration Complete
On July 6, the integration of RMUI data into Roosevelt University systems was completed. This process was a crucial step in the integration of RMUI into Roosevelt University. Now departments such as financial aid, student advising and admissions have streamlined data that will improve communication and access to student information. This also means that ALL students will have access to the same digital resources, such as RU Access, RU email, Microsoft Office products and the RU mobile app.
RU Access is Roosevelt’s student portal. Here are some of the important actions that students can take through RU Access:
- Register for classes (after meeting with your academic advisor).
- Pay your tuition bill or set up a payment plan.
- See your financial aid.
- Track your progress toward graduation with Degree Works.
- Submit time sheets for University jobs.
- Get your 1098-T tax form.
Former RMUI students now have Roosevelt University email addresses. Roosevelt email addresses should be used for all University and academic communications moving forward.
Microsoft Office 365
All students, faculty and staff have access to Microsoft Office Suite, which can be accessed with your NetID credentials at office.com. From that site you can also download and install desktop versions of the Office suite.
Roosevelt Mobile App
With the Roosevelt University mobile app, you can check your class schedule and financial aid, locate University resources, find out about University news and events, and even pay your tuition bill right from your mobile device. To download the app for iOS users, visit https://www.roosevelt.edu/ios. To download the app for Android users, visit https://www.roosevelt.edu/android.
Navigate is a separate mobile app that can be accessed through the Roosevelt mobile app. Navigate allows you to schedule appointments with academic advising, financial aid services, career development, Multicultural Student Support Services and tutoring.
Former RMUI students will receive information on next steps and log-in instructions in a separate email. If you need technical assistance, please contact the help desk.
Building a Stronger University Communications Team
My Life is a Movie You Don’t Want to Miss
Thursday, July 9 I 12 p.m.
Have you wondered how to become an entertainment and celebrity journalist? In this blockbuster webinar, you will hear tips and stories from Nikoleta Morales (MS Journalism ’10) about interviewing A-list celebrities, covering the Oscars, film festivals, and press conferences, how to get contacted for interviews, and more.
A Conversation with Alderman Stephanie Coleman
Tuesday, July 14 | 12–1 p.m.
Over the past month, Black Lives Matter demonstrations have swept the nation as millions joined protests against police brutality and systemic racism. In this one-hour webinar, 16th Ward Alderman Stephanie Coleman will discuss the impact of recent events on our communities, our city and our nation.
Job & Internship Search Techniques
Thursday, July 23 I 4–5 p.m.
Are you daunted by the thought of looking for a job or internship during COVID-19? Join Career Development as we share essential tips to help you effectively manage your search. Registrants will receive the Zoom link and password to access the workshop the day of the event.