Who to Contact

These resources are available to help answer questions you and your student may have to assure a successful college experience at RIT.

NTID Student and Academic Services
Linda Bryant, Interim Associate Dean
585-475-6597 (v)
585-286-4540 (videophone)

NTID Student Life Team
Debbye Byrne, Interim Director Student Life Team
585-7436-1194 (videophone)

Student Health Center
585-475-2255 (v)
585-475-5515 (TTY)

Public Safety
585-475-2853 (v)
585-475-6654 (TTY)
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NTID Counseling Services
Mark Rosica, Chairperson
585-475-6288 (v)
585-286-4651 (videophone)

NTID Student Financial Services
585-475-7496 (v)
585-286-5516 (videophone)

RIT/NTID Financial Aid Counseling Services
Laura Bruuning, Coordinator/Asst Director, NTID  Financial Aid and Scholarships
585-475-2186 (voice)
585-475-6909 (TTY)

First-Year Experiences
Amy Stornello, Manager
585-475-6800 (v)
585-286-4013 (videophone)

Career Exploration Studies
Mary Karol Matchett, Director
585-286-4854 (videophone)

RIT Residence Life
Stephanie Bauschard, Assistant Director EPB area
585-475-5518 (v/TTY)

Substance and Alcohol Intervention Services for the Deaf (SAISD)
Chintana Phetphanh, Staff Specialist
585-475-4978 (v/TTY)

Intercollegiate Athletics and Support
Meredith Ray, NTID Intercollegiate Athletics Liaison
(585) 475-6310 Voice
(585) 286-4525 Video Phone

NTID Center on Employment
585-475-6219 (v/TTY)

Office of the NTID President
585-475-6317 (v/TTY)
585-475-5978 (FAX)
585-286-5096 (videophone)

NTID Parent News
Editor/writer: Kathy A. Johncox (kajnod@rit.edu)

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One comment on “Who to Contact

  1. Hello. I am a staff interpreter with the Disability Support Services Office with Tallahassee Community College here in Florida.
    The vocabulary, communication suggestions and principles in NTID’s 2nd edition(2000) set of Resource Book for Teachers and Students has been a very helpful and valuable tool for us. Of course, ASL has taken on new signs and changes are frequently being made. Have there been any updates or new editions since 2000? If so, are they available for purchase?

    Kind Regards;
    Josephine Sondossi
    Tallahassee Community College
    Tallahassee, Florida

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