- College of Applied Science and Technology
- E. Philip Saunders College of Business
- B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences
- Kate Gleason College of Engineering
- College of Health Sciences and Technology
- College of Imaging Arts and Sciences
- College of Liberal Arts
- College of Science
- National Technical Institute for the Deaf
Other Degree-Granting Academic Units
Nine distinctive colleges make up RIT, and the choices they provide means you’ll get a high quality education that fits your professional and personal goals.
One of America’s “Best College Values” (U.S. News and World Report) and ranked by the Princeton Review as one of the 25 Most Connected Campuses for computing resources.
Students come to RIT to prepare for the future, and academics are the cornerstone of that experience. We are dedicated to providing you with academic programs that not only offer you a solid education, but superior career preparation.
RIT offers more than 200 academics programs in nine colleges. You’ll pick one college as your “home” where you’ll concentrate your studies on the major of your choice. To enhance your education, you’ll build a foundation of “core” liberal arts courses and select a concentration or minor from any one of our colleges. You benefit from the resources and strengths of each college as you tailor your education to match your career ambitions.
Visit any one of our colleges to learn more about their academic programs. On each website, you’ll also see what makes each RIT college an innovative leader in their areas of study.