RIT Alumni Interview Form

RIT is happy to offer interviews for prospective students who are seniors in high school and prospective transfer students in select cities across the country. Interviews are scheduled to last 30 minutes and are hosted by Admission Officers or Alumni Volunteers. Students should come to the interview prepared to speak about themselves and their interests and have questions about RIT. Dress for the interview is informal. Please note, a personal interview is not required to be considered for admission to the university. Hometown interviews are offered only in the fall and interview registration will open in early September for the students. If you are interested in interviewing a prospective student please contact Sheila Chabot at sdsadm@rit.edu.


Alumni Information - Please tell us a little about yourself:
Name:
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Address:
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City/Town:
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State:
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Zip/Postal Code
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Class Year:
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Email Address:
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Phone #:
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Student Information - Tell us about the student you interviewed
First Name:
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Last Name:
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High School
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Graduation Year
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Zip Code:
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E-mail:
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What major is the student interested in studying? Why?


What does the student look for in a college?


Students Extracurricular/Work/Volunteer Activities and Experience:


What are some of the student’s unique qualities (qualities stated by the student):


What was the student’s greatest experience or achievement in High School?


If the student had an entire afternoon to do whatever they wished, how would they spend their time?


Please briefly describe the student’s character:



Knowing RIT, in your opinion how would the applicant do in the RIT environment?


What potential contributions can you see the student making to RIT?


Is there anything about this student you would like to emphasize?


Did the applicant give you any indication of their level of interest in RIT? If so, please discuss:


Please rate the student on the scale below in the following areas: (check the boxes)
  Very Impressive Impressive Average Unimpressive Not Impressed at All No Opinion
Representation & Presentation of Self
Communication Skills

Involvement in School & Community
Overall Personality

Leadership Ability/Potential