Downloadable Documents and Forms
Advisor's Links
RIT Academic Information
Academic Resources


Downloadable Documents and Forms

  • Add/Drop/Audit form (pdf)
  • Application for Graduation (pdf)
  • Concentration Authorization form (pdf)
  • Course Sequence 2011-2014 (pdf)
  • Course Sequence 2012-2015 (pdf)
  • Course Sequence 2013-2016 (pdf)
  • Dual Undergraduate Degree form (pdf)
  • General Education Requirements (pdf)
  • Math and Science Requirements (pdf)
  • Minor Authorization Form (pdf)
  • New Student Survival Guide (pdf)
  • Practicum Placement Preference (pdf)
  • Student Handbook (pdf)
  • Student Progress Report Form (pdf)
  • Transcript Request (pdf)
  • Undergraduate Bulletin (pdf)
  • Withdrawal After 8th Week form (pdf)
  • Registration

  • ASL and Interpreting Course Descriptions
  • RIT Undergraduate Course Descriptions (pdf)
  • Registrar
  • Registration Guide (pdf)
  • SIS (online course registration, class schedule, grades, exam schedule, housing selection, and financial aid information)
  • Advisor's Links

  • ASLIE Facebook page
  • ASLIE Policies (personal appearance, physical injury, volunteer interpreting, writing)
  • Commencement
  • Deaf Cultural Studies Concentration
  • Double Majors and Dual Degrees
  • Liberal Arts Advising
  • Liberal Arts Core
  • Math Placement Test
  • Minors and Immersion
  • Practicum & Seminar
  • Senior Year Experience (graduation checklist, tips for seniors, and information on commencement and alumni benefits)
  • Study Abroad
  • Undergraduate Graduation Requirements
  • RIT Academic Information

  • RIT Calendars (current and previous years, and Events calendar)
  • Semester calendar for academic year 2013-2014
  • Enrollment Guide
  • Honor Code
  • Student Guide to Plagiarism
  • Academic Resources

  • Academic Support Center
  • Bookstore (Barnes & Noble)
  • Computer Accounts
  • Computer Store (Digital Den)
  • Disability Services
  • Leadership Institute (offers workshops, courses, certificate programs, and a free conference in leadership skills and experiential education opportunities to practice and apply these skills)
  • The Women's Career Leadership Certificate Program helps participants develop confidence when entering leadership roles or their career field.
  • Using Wallace Library Services
  • Library tutorials on how to search the Library catalog and information provided on the Library web site
  • NTID NLC Tutoring
  • Multicultural Center for Academic Success (provides services and develops initiatives to enhance the student experience of Latino American, African American, and Native American RIT students)
  • Student Rights & Responsibilities (online manual, plus links to the Student Conduct process and Conflict Management resources)
  • Student Learning Toolkit:   Resources for time management, study skills, writing, math, and resources for students with disabilities
  • Study Skills Information and Workshop Schedule
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    Here's your opportunity to chat with our ASLIE Chairperson, Dr. Kim Kurz. The spring semester Meet & Greet with Dr. Kurz will be on April 16, 2014. Come have some pizza and get to know our Chairperson better!