Roosevelt University’s Schaumburg Campus Offers a Accessible Suburban Setting
At the time of its completion in 1996, Roosevelt University’s Albert A. Robin Campus in Schaumburg was the first new university campus constructed in Illinois in decades. Since then, it has grown to become the most comprehensive university in the northwest suburbs of Chicago, educating students across five colleges: the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Pharmacy, the Walter E. Heller College of Business, the College of Education and the Evelyn T. Stone College of Professional Studies.
The Schaumburg location’s 225,000 square foot, state-of-the-art facility rests upon 27 acres of land and houses more than 70 classrooms, a library, cutting-edge computer and science labs, a bookstore, multimedia room, fitness room, dining center and child care center. Plus, Schaumburg offers the full list of administrative and student support services, such as admission, registrar, student accounts, financial aid, academic advising, tutoring and career counseling.
The Schaumburg Campus was developed around a sequence of courtyards and is completely wireless, allowing plenty of room for study and relaxation. Also, the building’s spectacular main entrance and 18,000 square foot student center both provide open spaces for student, faculty and staff interaction.
In anticipation of new growth, this campus features ample room for additional expansion. Roosevelt’s College of Pharmacy began enrolling students at the Schaumburg Campus in Summer 2011.