GIVING INITIATIVES

In the classroom. On the playing field. Out in the community and the workplace. Gifts of any size have a lasting impact on Roosevelt students, wherever their education takes them. You can help support student success today through one of Roosevelt’s mission-driven funds.

Black Student Equity Fund

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Created in honor of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and the many other Black lives lost to police violence, the Black Student Equity Fund will support the success of Black students and promote equity in higher education attainment. Gifts to the fund will advance Black student initiatives through scholarships, programming and campus events.

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Student Emergency Assistance Fund

A Roosevelt professor working with a group of studentsThis fund provides emergency grants to students with temporary financial difficulties. Eligible students can receive up to $500 to cover immediate, essential expenses such as rent, food and utilities, emergency medical costs, remote learning technology, school supplies and much more.

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Stronger Tuition Grant Fund

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In times of crisis, the new Stronger Tuition Grant awards students one-time tuition grants of up to $5,000. Contributions to the tuition grant fund will close the financial aid gap so students can continue their transformative Roosevelt education.

 

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Annual Fund for Student Success

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Gifts to the Annual Fund fuel the day-to-day work of Roosevelt colleges and programs. The unrestricted fund gives Roosevelt the flexibility to address the most urgent needs on campus.

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Scholarships

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Gifts provide annual scholarships to new and continuing students, helping make their educational goals a reality. Alumni and friends can choose to support the General Scholarship Fund or contribute to students in a specific college.

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