SCTE Cable College
In June 2006, extending its professional development mission into the higher education arena, the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE) announced the formation of the SCTE Cable College at RIT. SCTE Cable College will deliver a comprehensive cable-centric educational program for telecom technicians and engineers in the cable industry. This program will be delivered through courses and degree programs offered by the Electrical, Computer and Telecommunications Engineering department (ECT ET) and the Center for Multidisciplinary Studies (CMS) . This webpage is dedicated to students who are interested in pursuing a certificate or degree program through the new Cable College initiative.
2012-2013 undergraduate tuition
$491 per credit hour
2012-2013 graduate tuition
$999 per credit hour
In addition to the SCTE Foundation grants and scholarships, financial aid is available through RIT's Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships. If you are pursuing an Applied Arts and Science degree, you may apply for a scholarship through the Center for Multidisciplinary Studies.
All Cable College courses are offered in an online format. For more information on a particular course please contact a Cable College Advisor at email@example.com. The current Cable College brochure is also available online.
To enroll in the Cable College program you will need to complete the SCTE Cable College Admissions Application, and submit it by mail, email or fax. If you know which courses you would like to register for, you may also submit the SCTE Cable College Registration form. If you do not know which courses you would like to register for, you need only submit the SCTE Cable College Admissions Application. An advisor will contact you after receiving the admissions application to assist you in your course selection and completion of the registration form.
Send Application and Registration Form to:
SCTE Cable College at RIT
Center for Multidisciplinary Studies
31 Lomb Memorial Drive
Rochester, NY 14623