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RIT/NTID graduates pursuing doctoral degrees on the rise

12 Mar

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RIT/NTID is pleased to recognize a growing number of deaf and hard-of-hearing graduates who are pursuing or have earned a doctoral degree. Meet some of these students. More.

Finding your fit

1 Mar

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Choosing a college is a big decision. Finding the right fit is important because when the fit is right you not only will accomplish your goals, you’ll also have a great experience.

Hard-of-hearing and deaf students bring a variety of life experiences to RIT, but all have one fundamental thing in common – these students all chose RIT because it was the right fit for them. Check out some of our student stories.

RIT group helps recovery efforts in Puerto Rico during winter break

30 Jan

Male wearing an orange shirt, brown pants and baseball cap holding a pitch fork clears path in nature preseve.

While many of their fellow students relaxed with their families during the winter break, a group of seven honors students and four administrators and staff from Rochester Institute of Technology volunteered to spend a week in hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico, helping clear debris, distribute needed supplies in neighborhoods and clean a Boys and Girls club there. More.

Find your fit at RIT

21 Dec

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Meet RIT/NTID student Israelle Johnson, a laboratory science technology major from Baltimore, Ohio, and find out why RIT is a great fit or her, and why it can be a good fit for you, too. More.

Meet RIT/NTID student-athlete Otto Kingstedt

15 Dec

Meet RIT/NTID student-athlete Otto Kingstedt, a member of the RIT men’s track and field team. Otto is a graphic design major from Stockholm, Sweden.