Advising & Support


Let the co-op/internship search begin!

(December 12 2009) Written by: Carolyn Levine in Advising & Support

The co-op program is one of the most unique aspects of an RIT education. All majors here require some sort of co-op...

Got questions? They got answers!

(December 10 2009) Written by: Victor H Sanchez in Advising & Support, Faculty

When I was in high school I was never the type of student that would go ask a teacher for help. That...

Do Early Decision Students Get More Financial Aid?

(November 10 2009) Written by: Corinne Franklin in Admissions Process, Advising & Support, Financial Aid

This was the heading of an article in today.  I think the article was pretty accurate in describing the early...

eff why ee?

(October 30 2009) Written by: Maria Sharp in Advising & Support

Every first year student is required to take a class called FYE or First Year Enrichment. This course helps with your transition...

Registration Time

(October 22 2009) Written by: Blenda Luong in Academic Calendar, Advising & Support, Coursework, Institute Requirements, Majors & Minors

It's that time in the quarter again when students frantically search for classes that they either have to take or want to take...

Creative Speed Dating

(October 19 2009) Written by: Carolyn Levine in Advising & Support

Tonight was the annual RAF (Rochester Advertising Federation) Speed Dating event. Though not literal speed dating, the event is organized in a...

The Post – 9/11 GI Bill (Chapter 33) – What I know about it

(October 16 2009) Written by: Corinne Franklin in Advising & Support

I had the pleasure a couple weeks ago of delivering a presentation to my staff on the Post-9/11 GI Bill. It took everything...

The College Essay

(October 14 2009) Written by: SueLynn Hauer in Advising & Support, International Students, Institute Requirements

At RIT, our essay requirement is broad to allow students the flexibility to write about what they’d like.  Students can submit an...

Not-so-sunny Instructors

(October 07 2009) Written by: Maria Tobias in Advising & Support

It happens to everyone. You get that one teacher who just frustrates you as soon as you step into their class. They may...