Our mission is to provide transformative and engaging student learning opportunities through state of the art programs and services developed to maximize student success.

Whether you are a student, parent, advisor, faculty member or other interested person, this site is designed to help you sort through the various programs and services offered at RIT to support students as they move toward graduation.

The Academic Support Center (ASC) has services for all students, from incoming freshmen to graduate students. There are drop-in services for math, reading, and writing. In addition, the ASC offers courses designed to teach students how to improve their study techniques and how to make the most of their individual learning abilities.  Individual appointments with specialists are available.

The office of Assessment, Research & Technical Services provides leadership to the Division of Student Affairs in the development and management of assessment, data, technology, and grant efforts for program improvement, service development, and professional growth.

The College Restoration Program (CRP) is an intensive one-quarter academic intervention program for students on academic suspension or probation.  Students in serious academic difficulty can dramatically improve their performance with appropriate training and support.

RIT is committed to providing students with disabilities equal access to programs, services and physical facilities, and to fostering an environment where all community members are welcomed, valued, and respected. Students with disabilities who would like to request accommodations should contact the RIT Disability Services Office.

The English Language Center offers advanced academic English courses for international students at RIT and a full-time program of intensive English for non-degree and provisionally admitted students.

RIT’s Spectrum Support Program (SSP) provides support to students who self-identify with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).  Case management services provide comprehensive support and graduate level students, serving as peer mentors, meet with program participants to support the development and refinement of skills needed for success at RIT and beyond.  

In Reporter Magazine's article "Succeeding with Style", Nicole Boulais, Associate Vice President of Student Affairs' Student Learning, Support & Assessment cluster discusses student learning styles, and the importance of seeking out the right academic resources to be successful in the classroom.

Student Learning, Support & Assessment offers a wide range of services and resources to support students, faculty, and staff.   To check out our NEW VIDEO, and or information on the departments in SLSA click here.

If you need help locating our services, click here for a localized map of our area.  Our offices and classrooms are located throughout the Campus Center, the Student Alumni Union, and Monroe Hall.