Below you will find materials to learn more about everything that RUSH University has to offer you as a student and member of the RUSH community.
In this guide you will find information about an array of Student Affairs resources. Use this guide to learn more about accessibility services available at RUSH, what’s included in the RUSH Wellness Assistance Program, the role of the Student Senate and more.
All of the offices under the Division of Student Affairs are open Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
The RUSH University Compliance Office works with faculty, students and staff throughout Rush University to address compliance concerns, mitigate risk, facilitate collaboration, raise awareness, and provide guidance. The office upholds the seven elements of an effective compliance program and aligns with Rush University System for Health’s mission. The creation of the office demonstrates RUSH’s commitment in meeting legal and regulatory responsibilities, and fosters a culture that promotes ethical conduct throughout the university. The University Compliance Office is part of the RUSH Corporate Compliance department.
Within the University Compliance Office website, you can find more information on reporting concerns, Title IX (discrimination based on sex in educational programs), campus safety and the Clery Act, Conflict of Interest, and Research Compliance. The Office has an open door policy to encourage open communication, feedback, and discussion about any concerns faculty, students or staff may have.
This guide, created by the Center for Teaching Excellence and Innovation (CTEI), was developed partially in response to concerns raised by students in Remote Learning Satisfaction surveys, distributed shortly after the transition from in-class courses. The guide contains information for how to use two of the most commonly used programs at RUSH University: Canvas and Zoom, among others. It also has information about accessing RUSH University Library services online.
Find out all about the technology used at RUSH University from recommended hardware, to Office 365, to required authentication security software. If you ever have technology questions, email email@example.com, or call (312) 563-2527, on campus dial 3-CLAS for assistance.
Discover more than 40 active student organizations available for you to explore and get involved in. Each group is focused on areas of professional interest, personal interest, social issues, and ethnic or religious affiliation.