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Facts and Figures

The plot below is the graduation rate.

The plot below is the enrollment history.

This is the plot of enrollment history.

RIT Student Body

 

Degrees Awarded

  

Faculty and Staff

 

Fall 2015 Total

18,606

2014-2015 Total

4,037

Full-Time Faculty

1,068

Undergrad

15,401

Associate, Diploma, Certificate

142

Part-Time Faculty

24

Grad

3,205

Bachelors

2,732

Adjunct Faculty

452

Male

12,426

Advanced Certificates

67

Full-Time Staff

2310

Female

6,180

Master's

1,063

 

 

 

 

Doctorate

33

Total

3,854

 

Mechanical Engineering

 

Mechanical Options

 

Faculty and Staff

 

972 Students

 

Aeronautical

31

Faculty

33

879 Undergraduate and Dual Degree

 

Automotive

35

Staff

11

86 Graduate (ME)

 

Biomechanical

2

 

 

16 Graduate (MS)

 

Energy and Environment

7

 

 

 

 

Dual Degree

107

 

 

RIT’s campus occupies over 1,300 acres in suburban Rochester, the third-largest city in New York. The campus consists of 243 buildings total (5.6 million sq. ft.). RIT Libraries are comprised of Wallace Library, the Cary Library, and RIT Archives and Special Collections. RIT's Wallace Library is the primary information resource center on campus. It is a multimedia center offering a vast array of resource materials. The library provides access to 200 electronic databases, more than 30,000 electronic journals, and more than 55,000 e-books. Resource materials include 11,000 audio, film, and video titles and more than 498,000 books and print journals.

ALUMNI

RIT alumni number over 106,000 from all 50 states and more than 100 nations.

ATHLETICS

At RIT, men’s hockey, basketball, lacrosse, and women’s volleyball and hockey are often ranked nationally. Many other RIT teams receive recognition in the Northeast. Men’s Teams—baseball, basketball, crew, cross country, Division I ice hockey, lacrosse, soccer, swimming, tennis, track, and wrestling.

Women’s Teams—basketball, crew, cross country, ice hockey, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, track, and volleyball.

RIT offers a wide variety of activities for students at all levels of ability. More than 50 percent of our undergraduate students participate in intramural sports ranging from flag football to golf and indoor soccer.

Facilities include the Gordon Field House, featuring two swimming pools, a fitness center, indoor track, and an event venue with seating for 8,500; the Hale-Andrews Student Life Center, with five multipurpose courts, eight racquetball courts, and a dance/aerobics studio; the Ritter Ice Arena; outdoor tennis courts; an all-weather track; and athletic fields.

ACCREDITATION

RIT is chartered by the legislature of the state of New York, accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. In addition, individual colleges have professional accreditation for specific programs.

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