Robert Morris University (Illinois)
Institutional Closure Information
Robert Morris University Illinois ceased operations as an independent institution of higher education in the state of Illinois. On March 9, 2020, Roosevelt University acquired certain educational assets and programs and educational facilities operated by Robert Morris University including Chicago, Peoria and Lake County locations.
Robert Morris University Illinois (Robert Morris or the University) was a private not-for-profit institution offering liberal arts and vocational programs in business and allied health professions. Originally founded as the Moser School in 1913, it was devoted to post-secondary business education, primarily for women who had few options for professional work at that time. In 1975, Moser School merged with Robert Morris Junior College of Carthage, which was chartered in Illinois in 1965. In April 2009, the institution changed its name to Robert Morris University Illinois. Robert Morris served a diverse student body in terms of age, race, gender, ethnicity, and socioeconomic and academic background; and was recognized by the U.S. Department of Education as a minority serving institution. Robert Morris University’s main campus was in Chicago with additional locations in Arlington Heights, Bensenville, DuPage, Elgin, Lake County, Orland Park, Schaumburg, Peoria and Springfield.
Robert Morris was accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). For questions about accreditation, please contact HLC at email@example.com
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To obtain a copy of a diploma, Robert Morris graduates can email Roosevelt University’s Graduation Services at email@example.com.