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Admissions & Financial Aid
The best way to see RIT’s College of Liberal Arts is to visit!
There are a few ways that you can plan your visit. Pick the one fits you best.
Personal Visit Day
Experience RIT’s career-oriented, technology-infused approach to the liberal arts firsthand with a personal visit to campus. In addition to meeting with the College of Liberal Arts’ Admissions Liaison to discuss your RIT questions, you’ll have the opportunity to create your own schedule of events for the day from the list below:
- Attend a class
- Meet with a current student
- Meet with a faculty member
- Have lunch at one of RIT’s dining facilities
- Tour campus, residence halls, and academic departments
Please contact Amy Lyman to arrange your personal visit and create your schedule of events for the day. Visits are scheduled Monday – Friday while classes are in session.
Admissions Liaison, RIT College of Liberal Arts
Find yourself in the area and want to drop by last minute? No problem, you can still take a tour of campus. Tours depart from the Admissions Office several times throughout the day on weekdays and occasionally on Saturdays. Find more information here: http://www.rit.edu/emcs/admissions/visit/schedule
These events are hosted by RIT’s Undergraduate Admissions Office. You can find more details, including dates and registration information here: http://www.rit.edu/emcs/admissions/visit/on-campus
Fall Open House- The Fall Open Houses are a great opportunity to see everything RIT and the College of Liberal Arts have to offer! Meet with a faculty representative from your prospective program and learn about classes, co-ops and internships, and career and graduate school options. You can also tour the campus and residence halls and get an overall feel for the RIT experience.
Transfer Open House- Designed for students transferring to RIT from another college, this event allows you to explore the RIT campus, meet with a faculty representative from your program, and have all your questions about transfer credit answered. Advisors are available throughout the day to explain your unique transfer credit situation. Be sure to bring a copy of your transcripts!
Accepted Student Open House- Perfect for students who have been accepted to RIT but are still making their final decision on where to attend in the fall. Explore campus, meet with a faculty representative from your prospective program, and get all your last-minute questions answered. It’s also great for students who have already decided to attend RIT and can’t wait to join our community!
Spring Preview Day- A great way to kick off your college-search experience! Check out all the College of Liberal Arts has to offer its students such as clubs, events, research, co-op & internship opportunities, and study-abroad options. You will have the opportunity to speak with some of our faculty and current students, as well as get a feel for which programs interest you most. You can also visit with other RIT colleges that have programs that pique your interest.
College & Careers- College & Careers is a two day career conference offered each summer designed to help students, who will be entering their senior year in the fall, gain the experience and knowledge necessary to start making career decisions. There’s also a separate program for parents which provides information about the college search process, financial aid, and more. Students get to spend the night in the dorms and “test run” up to four subjects through our interactive academic sessions, as well as partake in various campus social activities and entertainment.
You can find directions to RIT, printable campus maps, and hotel information here: http://www.rit.edu/emcs/admissions/visit/info