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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.

RIT women’s basketball advances to NCAA Sweet 16

5 Mar

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RIT women’s basketball team advances to the Sweet 16 of the 2018 NCAA Division III Women’s Basketball Championship for the first time in the 31-year history of the program. The Tigers advance with a 79-76 win over The College of New Jersey. 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 MBA program performs well in rankings

14 Feb

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The Online Executive MBA program in Rochester Institute of Technology’s Saunders College of Business ranked second in the category of career outcomes for graduates, and 13th overall, in the list of top online MBA programs by Poets&Quants, a leading resource for coverage of graduate business education. More.

Thousands to attend RIT’s Career Fair

5 Feb

Students dressed in professional attire stand in line to meet company recruiters.

More than 230 companies searching for skilled employees are expected at RIT’s 2018 Spring Career Fair on Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018. There will be representatives from Fortune 500 companies, medium-sized regional companies and small tech firms. Some employers, such as Indeed, General Electric, Toyota, Paychex, Datto, Johnson & Johnson, Wayfair, Harris and the National Security Agency, attend each year, while more than 25 companies, such as T-Mobile and Superior Tires & Rubber Corp., are attending the fair for the first time.

The Career Fair gives students and alumni an opportunity to explore career opportunities for internship, cooperative education, entry- or experienced-level positions.

Maria Richart, interim director of RIT’s Office of Career Services and Cooperative Education, said the turnout is a clear reflection of the continued strong demand for the outstanding student talent RIT produces. More.