Join The Team. Help Build Champions.
Your membership in the RIT Athletic Association, at any level, helps RIT attract and retain the best student-athletes, meet the growing demands of our athletic programs, and builds a sense of community on the RIT campus. In addition to contributing to student success, intercollegiate athletics play an important role in building campus spirit, alumni pride, and the RIT brand. By becoming a member of the RIT Athletic Association, you can help ensure student athletes' success on the field, court or ice, and can help raise RIT's stature on the national stage.
Gifts can be directed to individual teams or the athletic association general fund which helps support all the programs.
To make a gift today and make an impact on the Tigers, click here.
Join the RIT Athletic Association
The RITAA makes a difference in the lives of our student-athletes. Your membership, at any level, helps RIT attract and retain the best student-athletes, meet the growing demands of our athletic programs, and build a sense of community on the RIT campus. Below are the options for giving:
Athletic Association membership comes with a suite of benefits that help you stay up to date on Tiger athletics. You benefits will depend on your membership level.
|Joe Bianchi '01, '04 (Baseball)|
|Tom Dustman '77 (Basketball)|
|Tom Caruso '73 (Football)|
|Terry Cotton '78 (Lacrosse)|
|Phil Ferranti, Jr. '80 (Baseball)|
|Larry Lovejoy '70 (Lacrosse)|
|Dan Ramich '81 (Soccer, Lacrosse)|
|Warren Sackler (RIT Faculty)|
|Rick Vattimo '89 (Baseball)|
|Mark Burgholzer '84 (Hockey)|
|Pinckney Templeton '06 (Lacrosse)|
|Susan Fabi-Colegrove '82 (Volleyball & Softball)|
|Mark Higgins '97, '03 (Basketball)|
|Dan Christner '07 (Alumni Relations Liaison)|
|Adam Platzer '01 (Lacrosse)|
|Jennifer Gorenc '83 (Women's Ice Hockey)|
Other RITAA Contacts
Director, Center for Intercollegiate Athletics & Recreation
Tiger Sports Hotline