Austin/San Antonio Chapter

Welcome to the Austin/San Antonio area homepage for RIT alumni 
This page is your home for information on the RIT Austin/San Antonio Alumni Chapter. Whether you are new to Austin or San Antonio, or you have lived here your whole life, you will find links for volunteering, events, and career services. 

Total number of RIT alumni in the Austin/San Antonio Metro Area: 724

  • Saunders College of Business: 86
  • College of Applied Science and Technology (CAST): 142
  • College of Imaging Arts & Sciences (CIAS): 74
  • Golisano College of Computing & Information Sciences (GCCIS): 33
  • Kate Gleason College of Engineering: 185
  • *College of Health Sciences & Technology: 1
  • College of Liberal Arts (COLA): 29
  • National Technical Institute for the Deaf: 76
  • College of Science: 35
  • *Golisano Institute for Sustainability: 0

*newly established


Upcoming Events

RIT's alumni chapters host a variety of activities throughout the year ranging from social events to educational workshops to performing arts to supporting RIT Athletics, and everything in between. Please join us for these excellent opportunities to connect with other alumni and check back often to see what's coming up next.

 

There are currently no upcoming events for Austin/San Antonio Chapter.
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Chapter Contacts
Virgil McCullogh
Chapter Leader
512.454.3012

Stone Harrison '15
Chapter Leader

The Austin-San Antonio Chapter is led by a council of alumni volunteers. These individuals work with staff from the Office of Alumni Relations to plan events, programs, volunteer opportunities and networking connections throughout the year. If you are an alum who loves RIT and is willing to help us organize, promote and build a strong RIT alumni network in the Austin-San Antonio area, consider joining the council today!

If you are interested in joining the Alumni Council, contact one of the leaders, volunteers or staff members highlighted on this page or call the Office of Alumni Relations at 585.475.7638.
 

Virgil McCullogh

"I'm involved because there is really no good reason not to be. Networks are good for each of us and for the city we live in and even for cities we don't live in. RIT recognizes this and has worked to support some rather far-flung chapters. The upside is, well, all up and there is very little, if any, downside. Let's have some fun in Austin."