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Student hard, study often. Take at least one online class, while at Roosevelt University, you might find it more challenging and interesting than being in an on-campus class! Take advantage of the library, as well as the librarians (they are a wealth of knowledge and are so helpful).» Read More
Go to a different college. If you must come here, don't get a night job. Practically all the classes you need are at night. Take everything they say with a grain of salt. Remember, this being a liberal university, they pride themselves on things like socialism, but then the overpaid profs get mad when you ask them to practice what they preach and contribute to your college fund. If you are in the College of Education, they will claim that they will place you within x miles of your residence for your field experiences, but they don't. You will get placed with a special recreation association (how does that help you TEACH special ed kids?) in the next county, and when you try to nicely tell the RU coordinator that that's over an hour drive one way and that there's over 5 SPED schools and special rec centers within a mile of your house, she'll nicely tell you that she doesn't give a ****. They will lose your student teaching application. They will not tell you anything about the Content Area test or the APT test or even that they exist. The profs will give only a week for assignments that require a lot of time, like trying to contact other lazy profs for interviews who don't check their email. They won't bother to check your transcripts to see that you just took this class at your local community college. Then, when you try to drop the course, they won't tell you the proper way to drop it, and you'll receive an F at the end of the semester. You will then need to hunt down your former professor from that class at her daughter's dance competition to get her signature for a petition for a late withdrawn grade. Your online portfolio of major assignments and dispositions from each class (Taskstream) will lose everything you submitted when they upgrade it. Just don't come here.» Read More