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Peek inside Rosica Hall

9 Nov

Sebastian and Lenore Rosica Hall, devoted to innovation and research for deaf and hard-of-hearing students, faculty and staff at RIT, is officially open.

RIT Brick City wrap up

25 Oct

Watch some of the many events from RIT’s Brick City Homecoming & Family Weekend held on October 11-13, 2013. More than 150 events took place on campus and elsewhere in Rochester.

Rosica Hall building opens

19 Oct

Photo credit: Mark Benjamin

Photo credit: Mark Benjamin

After more than three years of planning and construction, Sebastian and Lenore Rosica Hall officially opened. The building is devoted to innovation and research for deaf and hard-of-hearing students, faculty and staff. More.

 

Mud Tug 2013

10 Oct

More than 1,800 RIT students competed in Mud Tug, an annual tug-of-war fundraiser and one of the most popular events held on campus each year. While the tournament may be dirty, it’s for a good cause, with all proceeds going to Hillside Family of Agencies, an organization that provides support, counseling, education and housing services for children and families. RIT’s Phi Kappa Psi and Zeta Tau Alpha Greek organizations host the event.

RIT ranked among best colleges and universities

27 Sep

Elizabeth Lamark, RIT Production Services

Elizabeth Lamark, RIT Production Services

Rochester Institute of Technology is recognized for educational quality and value in U.S. News & World Report: America’s Best Colleges 2014. Since the magazine began its annual ranking of colleges in 1983, RIT has consistently been listed among the top regional universities.

RIT ranked seventh in the “Best Regional Universities (North)” category in the latest report among hundreds of schools that offer a full range of undergraduate majors and master’s programs. RIT also received the second highest peer assessment score, which is a survey of presidents, provosts and deans from other universities judging a school’s academic excellence. More.