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RIT announces 2018-2019 theatrical season

18 Sep

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Four performances presenting an array of cultural, political and social issues are part of a new collaborative season by Rochester Institute of Technology’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf Performing Arts program and RIT’s College of Liberal Arts Theater Arts program. The productions will give students the opportunity to work in a deaf and hearing cast and crew that promotes diversity, inclusion and respect for different cultures and perspectives. All four productions are planned to be fully accessible for deaf, hard-of-hearing and hearing audiences. More.

RIT recognized for diversity and inclusion efforts

17 Sep

Gold graduation cap with blue triangle. Text reads Insight into Diversity. Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award 2018.

Rochester Institute of Technology’s work to establish a diverse and inclusive environment earned two awards from national organizations this fall. For the second year in a row, RIT is being honored as an institution committed to diversity for 2018 by Minority Access, Inc. RIT also is receiving a Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award from “INSIGHT into Diversity” magazine for the fifth consecutive year. More.

RIT among the top universities in the nation

10 Sep

aerial shot of RIT brick and glass buildings in foreground with trees and blue sky in background.

Rochester Institute of Technology is among the top third “National Universities,” and among the top 50 choices of high school guidance counselors, according to “U.S. News & World Report” rankings. In this year’s rankings, RIT also tied for 43rd among 145 national universities as a “best value school,” comparing the value of the education received to the price a student pays. More.

Liberty League Honors

5 Sep

Male athlete is running and wearing an orange RIT track shirt with the number 87 on it.

RIT/NTID student-athlete Otto Kingstedt of the RIT men’s cross country team, was named Liberty League Men’s Cross Country Runner of the Week. It is the third Liberty League cross country weekly honor of his collegiate career. Kingstedt, from Stockholm, Sweden, is a 2017 All-Liberty League first team selection and All-Atlantic Region star. More.

RIT’s newest students urged to dream and change the world

22 Aug

RIT faculty and staff cheer on and high-five new students to RIT during the annual Tiger Walk before convocation.

Get involved, know your fellow students and professors, and take advantage of as many opportunities as you can.

That was a main theme expressed during the Convocation for New Students at Rochester Institute of Technology today, as the university welcomed its most academically qualified first-year students, who had an average 1300 SAT score.

The new students also are expected to set a total RIT enrollment record at more than 19,000 for the first time. The new students come from 46 states and Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and 43 countries. Total international students come from 51 countries, with the most students coming from India, China, Saudi Arabia, Dominican Republic and Iran. More.