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RIT Pride

22 Dec

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Join us in taking a look back with pride on another outstanding year at RIT

Meet the NTID Student Ambassadors

30 Nov

Photo by: Mark Benjamin

Wonder what it’s like to be a student at RIT/NTID? What classes are like? What you can do on campus? You probably have a lot of questions about college, and our student ambassadors are here to help answer them!

Our ambassadors work closely with the NTID Office of Admissions and are the students you will see giving campus tours and participating in open houses. All lead busy lives inside and outside the classroom. Meet these students and follow their blogs and get insight on what it’s truly like to be a student at RIT/NTID.

RIT Freshmen Class Welcomed at Tiger Walk and Convocation

21 Aug

Photo by: Jorge Samper

Photo by: Jorge Samper

Take a look at some of the highlights from RIT’s annual Tiger Walk and New Student Convocation. Watch video.

RIT Welcomes Record Number of Freshmen

21 Aug

Photo by: A. Sue Weisler

Photo by: A. Sue Weisler

Rochester Institute of Technology this week welcomes a record freshman class of 2,940 students and about 600 transfer students, bringing its total enrollment to more than 18,500 students. More.

Princeton Review Names RIT Among Best Colleges

4 Aug

Rochester Institute of Technology is again being recognized by The Princeton Review as one of the nation’s best universities for undergraduate education. The education-services company features RIT in the just-published 2016 edition of its annual book The Best 380 Colleges.

In its profile on RIT, The Princeton Review quotes extensively from students at the university who were surveyed for the book.

According to a summary of student comments, “Rochester Institute of Technology is bursting at the seams with a myriad of fantastic academic opportunities. Students here greatly value the fact that the university maintains a strong ‘focus on innovation’ and heavily encourages ‘collaboration [between] business and technology.’…Moreover, an RIT education isn’t merely theoretical. Indeed, undergrads have many chances to participate in (all) manner of labs and workshops, applying what they study and participating in a number of hands-on experiences.”

The publication also cites “RIT’s fabulous co-op program which allows students to get real-world experience while still in school. More.