"Faculty in the ASC are approachable, friendly, and extremely competent in their areas of expertise"
The Academic Support Center provides services for all RIT and RIT/NTID supported Baccalaureate and Graduate degree-seeking students. Any NTID students enrolled in an associate’s degree program such as NTID’s AAS, AOS or AA program should first seek academic support from NTID’s Counseling and Academic Advising Services office.
Check out our Academic Success Workshop Series offered each academic term on such topics as time management, lecture note taking, text reading/marking, and test preparation. All ASC workshops are free and open to RIT students. Faculty and staff are welcome to attend to learn more about supporting our students. Our 50 minute workshops are offered on several weekdays and evenings throughout the semester. Please refer to the schedule to note the locations across campus. Participants needing interpreting should submit requests through NTID Access Services. Please be sure to allow enough advance notice for Access Services to accommodate your request.
A variety of additional workshops may be available at other times during the semester. See our ASC Term Schedule for current offerings.
Please Note: Students needing interpreting services should submit requests through Access Services. Please be sure to provide enough advanced notice for Access Services to accommodate your request.
Workshops can be found on the following topics:
Test Taking and Anxiety Control Strategies - Control your test anxiety by becoming a better test taker.
The Study Process - Studying what is it and how do you do it? Let us demystify the process for you!
How to Enhance Your Skills - Develop an effective approach to note-taking and enhance your textbook reading strategies for better comprehension.
Learning Styles - Maximize your learning through techniques that fit your personal learning style
Getting Ready for Success Next Semester - Prepare for success next semester - learn new study strategies and time management techniques.
Is there really a good way to read a textbook? Learn the “how to” of reading textbooks for better understanding.