Chicago 430 S. Michigan Ave.Chicago, IL 60605(312) 341-3500
Schaumburg 1400 N. Roosevelt Blvd.Schaumburg, IL 60173(847) 619-7300
Albert A. Robin Campus
1400 N. Roosevelt
Schaumburg, IL 60173
Roosevelt University has two main campuses, one in downtown Chicago and one in Schaumburg, Illinois. The downtown campus is comprised of three buildings, the Gage building (18 S. Michigan Avenue), and the Auditorium building (430 S. Michigan Avenue) with its adjoining Wabash building (425 S. Michigan Avenue). These two campuses, one in the city and the other in the suburbs, as well as sites in communities, schools and corporations, continue the mission of a truly metropolitan university.
The Robin campus is at 1400 N. Roosevelt Boulevard in Schaumburg. It can be reached by traveling along Golf Road in Schaumburg or from Illinois Highway 53 or from Interstate 290 or from Interstate 90. It is near the intersection of Interstates 90 and 290. It is directly across the street from IKEA. Ample parking is available in the university's lots. You should check IDOT Expressway Congestion Map to get information on travel times at the moment.
Click here for more specific directions from various locations around the Chicago Metropolitan area.
Students, faculty, and staff riding the METRA train between campuses are advised to take the METRA Northwest line to Arlington Heights (not Arlington Park), and ride PACE bus #696, which has a stop at Roosevelt’s Schaumburg Campus.
Visit the Metra website for more detailed METRA schedule information.
PACE operates the bus lines in Schaumburg that will bring you to Roosevelt. If traveling by METRA, ride PACE bus #696 from the Arlington Heights METRA station, which has a stop at Roosevelt’s Schaumburg Campus. The Information Desk in the main entrance at the Schaumburg Campus has a rack with maps and all PACE schedules.
Visit the PACE website for more detailed information about routes and schedules.
* To view the Google Earth location, you must have Google Earth installed. If you have the application installed, click the link to download the file and choose "Open". Google earth will "fly" to the location.