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What does an RIT education mean to you?

 
Ayesha Habib
4th-year, graphic design
Rochester
“A strong community within your peers and personal growth.”
  Jose Laguna
5th-year, information technology
Rochester
“It means resources. They
give me everything I need
to succeed.”
 
Shirley Chan
4th-year, psychology
Brooklyn
“An interdisciplinary
education.”
  Peter Grucella
5th-year, computer engineering
Orchard Park, N.Y.
“A good job and great
friends – I couldn’t have
gotten through it without them.”
 
Robin Joyce
4th-year, microelectronic engineering
Rochester
“It means I’ll have a strong
background and great problem-solving abilities regardless of
my career field.”
  Raina Tinker
4th-year, graphic design
Clayville. N.Y.
“A creative environment
for my design work,
ambitious peers, and a
career-oriented education.”
 
Elizabeth Avalos
4th-year, professional and technical
communications; Rochester
“I’ll have a more secure future, and the career skills I gain give me an advantage in the work force.”
  Gilbert Gehin-Scott
4th-year, mechanical engineering
technology; Rancocas, N.J.
Long-term job security