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Roosevelt University

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Your Combined ACT:
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SAT Math + Verbal:
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Your Chances at Roosevelt
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Your Chances at Roosevelt
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Men
Women
# Applicants
1,140
2,230
# Admitted
918
1,737
% Admitted
80.5%
77.9%
% Overall
78.8%

Students who got into Roosevelt:

Tips mention: Interview (0), ACT/SAT (1), Grades (3), Sports/Extracurriculars (1), College Essay (2)
A professor manipulated me to come and study atApr 21 2016Music Education
A professor manipulated me to come and study at this crappy institute.
Female
Easy to get inFeb 19 2013Accounting
Easy to get in. They take basically anyone.
Female
Easy they just want money they dcOct 23 2012Biology
ACT: 18 Female
I applied online while attending college in Florida andSep 21 2012Journalism
I applied online while attending college in Florida and moved to Chicago over the summer. The school looks amazing but it takes more than just looks to be a great college. They gave me an $8000 academic scholarship and accepted all of my credits from previous colleges. All that was appealing at first, but I still paid over $5000 out of pocket and had to get $9500 in student loans just for one year. Although Chicago State University gets a bad rep, you can get the same quality education for more than half the price and hassle. The school is beautiful and in a great location but ant worth-a-damn! So if you are thinking about going to Roosevelt University, think again, then go somewhere else. Save yourself some unnecessary trouble.
Male
Its relatively easy, you dont need a high actFeb 14 2012Biology
its relatively easy, you dont need a high act scores but you do need a pretty nice gpa. i had a 18 act and a 3.5 gpa. you dont need to try very hard. they'll accept you
ACT: 18 Female
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