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Dr. James Hall
Executive Director, School of Individualized Study

Dr. James C. Hall joined RIT in 2014 as the Executive Director for the Center for Multidisciplinary Studies, later renamed the School of Individualized Study. Previously, he was director of New College at Alabama and executive director of the Consortium for Innovative Environments in Learning. Prior to the University of Alabama, Dr. Hall taught at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Dr. Hall completed his Ph.D. and MA in American studies at the University of Iowa. He has also completed a MA in religion and culture and BA in English at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario. His research and professional interests include African-American literature as well as higher education innovation and reform.

The School of Individualized Study is RIT’s academic unit for individualized degrees, custom designed to meet students’ ideas, interests and career goals. The center offers three undergraduate credentials in applied arts and science; an MS degree in professional studies; and several advanced, professional certificate programs. It is the largest provider of online courses at RIT.

Dr. James Hall
Executive Director, School of Individualized Study
George Eastman Hall, Suite 2210
31 Lomb Memorial Drive 
Rochester, NY 14623
Phone: 585-475-2295
Email: jchcms@rit.edu
 

Christine Lang
Staff Assistant
School of Individualized Study
George Eastman Hall, Suite 2210
31 Lomb Memorial Drive 
Rochester, NY 14623
Phone: 585-475-2078
Email: cmlcms@rit.edu