Part-time & Graduate Enrollment Services
GRADUATE STUDY OPEN HOUSE
for prospective graduate students
Friday, November 1, 2013 - 10:00am - 2:00pm
RIT's Bausch & Lomb Center
RIT Campus, Rochester, New York
Spend a few hours with us to get all the information you need about graduate study at RIT:
- Learn about our 70+ graduate program options and your specific programs of interest:
- Find out about financial aid, scholarships, assistantships that are available
- Get information about the admission process & requirements
- Meet program faculty & tour state-of-the-art facilities
- Hear about on-campus and off-campus housing
- Enjoy a campus tour
- Lunch Provided
RIT is your BEST value in graduate study because:
- RIT is a University known for innovation where creativity and technology work side-by-side, where the right and left brains collide.
- More than 70 different graduate programs (MBA, ME, MFA, MS, MST, Ph D, advanced certificates) - most in high-demand, high-paying fields.
- Generous scholarships, assistantships and fellowships are available - $16.6 million aid awarded to 2,100 grad students last year.
- 9,000 on-campus student jobs available.
- The University’s classrooms, labs and learning facilities and equipment are modern and state-of-the-art.
- RIT’s partnerships with hundreds of national and international corporate and government entities provide unmatched opportunities for research and career placement. Last year more than 650 recruiters from nearly 250 companies from across the US and two foreign countries attended our career fairs. Many of these employers consistently tell us that our students are the best-prepared.
- RIT and its faculty own a world-class reputation that earns immediate respect from employers around the world.
- Many of our grad programs are interdisciplinary, allowing you to benefit from and take advantage of the strengths of several of our colleges and their faculty.
- RIT offers you a large and growing International student body that will help prepare you to work with individuals from different cultures and countries in today’s global business society.
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