Named after President Franklin D. Roosevelt and First Lady Eleanor, Roosevelt University is a 4-year private school in Chicago with a dedication to social justice. Roosevelt grants undergraduate degrees in 60 academic majors at both its downtown and suburban campuses. For students interested in activism, Roosevelt hosts the Mansfield Institute for Social Justice and Transformation to offer assistance in getting involved on both the community and national levels. Roosevelt’s living spaces occupy the top 17 floors of the university’s Wabash building providing panoramic views of the Chicago skyline and Lake Michigan.
Roosevelt University has a diverse student body, experienced and knowledgeable professors that are dedicated to promoting higher education, and quality resources readily available to students. The staff works hard to provide students with timely and accurate information, ranging from Student Account information to financial aid. Lastly, the academic advisers are friendly and helpful in aiding students to select the right classes for their major which makes for an interesting and challenging personal curriculum.
Kerri from Chicago, IL
Roosevelt is full of friendly and open-minded professors. I am more than confident that I am receiving my money's worth in education. I have made many friends and networked thanks to Roosevelt University's vast and seemingly never ending array of helpful staff and students