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For further information about program offerings for the Manfred Steinfeld School of Hospitality and Tourism Management of Roosevelt University, please contact:

Donna DeMille with Statues of the Roosevelts

Donna DeMille, Assistant Director, describes the Hospitality Program offerings to Franklin & Eleanor Roosevelt while visiting their home in Hyde Park, NY.

Donna DeMille
Assistant Director 
18 South Michigan,
Suite 300
Chicago, IL 60603

Email: ddemille@roosevelt.edu
Phone 312.281.3181;
FAX 312.281.3175

For further information regarding the Admission process, financial aid, visits to the university, etc., visit the Admission website.

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Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

Entering Freshmen/High School Inquiries

  • Visit the Roosevelt University webpage for ADMISSION where you will find information regarding application, financial aid, housing, scheduling a tour, plus the online application form.

  • We recommend that you attend a Visit Day, Open House, and/or schedule a tour of the facilities to get familiar with Roosevelt University.

  • If you come for a tour, please contact our department to make an appointment to visit us after your tour.

  • Hospitality and Tourism majors are advised through the Hospitality office rather than the central Advising Center so our students connect to their department, major and career from the very beginning.

Transfer Students

  • We recommend that you attend an Open House and/or schedule a tour of the facilities to get familiar with Roosevelt University.

  • Students admitted to Roosevelt University qualify for admission to the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management.

  • Most transfer credit is accepted from accredited colleges/universities.

  • Associates degrees transfer on a course-by-course basis.

  • No particular set of classes are required for admission to this program. Only general education courses are posted on the University’s Transfer Guide; Hospitality-related courses are not posted there.

  • If you would like to know how your hospitality credits will transfer or you would like guidance on course choices at a community college before transferring, Donna DeMille will be happy to review your transcript unofficially before your admission.

Traditional BSHTM or Fast Track BPS/HTM Degree Students

  • For those over 24 years of age, we have a fast track degree option called the Bachelor of Professional Studies with a major in Hospitality and Tourism Management.

  • This option works well for students who have few transfer credits.

GRADUATE STUDENTS

  • Requirements for admission to the Master of Science in Hospitality & Tourism Management include the application, official transcript(s), resume, and goal statement.

  • Once admitted, students are instructed to make appointments with Dr. Bober, the graduate advisor, to develop their individualized program of study.

  • Students without academic and/or professional background in the hospitality industry likely will be assessed undergraduate prerequisite courses.