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RIT Athletics 2016-2017

15 Sep

Academic year 2016-2017 was incredible for RIT Athletics. Many RIT records were broken, including a 21-year-old record broken by RIT/NTID’s All-American Otto Kingstedt. Check out the video to learn more about RIT’s outstanding year and student-athlete Kingstedt.

Dyer Arts Center showcases deaf and hard-of-hearing artists

30 Aug

Woman smiling with short dark hair wearing gray blazer and multi-colored scarf leans next to a sculpture in gallery.

The Joseph F. and Helen C. Dyer Arts Center at Rochester Institute of Technology’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf showcases artwork created by students, alumni and artists who are nationally and internationally renowned. All of these artists are deaf, hard-of-hearing and/or allies of the deaf community.

New residence hall welcomes RIT students

23 Aug

Kitchen shows island in center with two wooden stools in foreground; microwave, stove, sink and refrigerator in background.

A new four-story building featuring keyless entry, four-person suites and spacious studio apartments will be home to 144 returning RIT students this year. The building, officially called Global Village 405, is similar to neighboring residential buildings in the Global Village complex.

The ground floor features spacious studio apartments for individuals, a vending area and laundry room. The second, third and fourth floors have four-person suites, each with individual bedrooms, two bathrooms and shared kitchens and living rooms. All of the units are fully furnished and feature climate control and USB charging capabilities, as requested by students. More.

Health Care Careers Camp 2017

26 Jul

Two female students sit behind a model of the human heart with lab instructor and two more students in the background

More than 40 deaf and hard-of-hearing students came to campus with the future in mind to experience different health care related careers. More

EYF: Hands-on Career Exploration

13 Jul

Four students, two with EYF t-shirts, gathered around a computer working on a project

Students enrolled in RIT/NTID’s Explore Your Future program have the opportunity to try hands-on activities related to different careers and get a taste of what those careers might be like. More