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Sustainability At RIT

Student Groups

Student Groups
eBike Fleet Team
eBike Fleet Team
The team is creating a fleet of eBikes and Park and Charge stations for shared RIT community use. Prototypes are being tested and the fleet is developing. More
Engineers for a Sustainable World
Engineers for a Sustainable World (ESW)
The mission of RIT's chapter of ESW is to involve the students in hands-on experience and projects that will ultimately improve sustainability worldwide. More
Global Union
Global Union
The Global Union is a Major Student Organization (MSO) that represents the International students and numerous cultural organizations at RIT. By hosting several events and programs throughout the year, the RIT Global Union hopes to better connect with its constituency in addition to informing and serving the RIT and greater Rochester community. More
Human Powered Vehicle Team
Human Powered Vehicle Team
Each year, for nearly a decade, RIT has sponsored a student-driven club that competes in a national competition related to human powered land vehicles. In the past, the HPV team has competed in the NASA Great Moonbuggy Race and has twice taken first place in the college division. More
Invisible Children
Invisible Children
RIT Chapter's mission is to raise awareness of the crisis in Northern Uganda and to facilitate fundraisers with the intent to send aid. This club stems from a larger national organization of Invisible Children, the organization focuses on the crimes against humanity directed towards the children of Uganda, including the kidnapping forced conscription and slaughter that have occurred during their prolonged civil war. More
Model United Nations
Model United Nations
The RIT Model United Nations club is devoted to teaching individuals the ways of the United Nations through simulations, discussions, and conferences. They discuss international issues and the different means of which to resolve the issues in weekly meetings along with more relaxed team bonding nights for an overall fun and exciting learning experience!! More
RIT Habitat for Humanity
RIT Habitat for Humanity
The RIT Habitat for Humanity Club strives to expose its members to a variety of building opportunities. RIT Habitat for Humanity participates in hands on experience with nationally recognized affiliates to help achieve the Habitat for Humanity international mission of eliminating sub standard housing problems, in partnership with local affiliates, families. More

RIT Outing Club
RIT Outing Club
The Rochester Institute of Technology Outing Club is a group aimed to provide an array of outdoor activities to students encouraging the exploration of nature and self. More
SEAL
Student Environmental Action League (SEAL)
SEAL is a group of students at RIT who seek to promote awareness of environmental issues on campus and volunteer in the Rochester community. More
Thematic-Learning Communities
Thematic-Learning Communities
Thematic-Learning Communities (TLCs) offer students the opportunity to live together while exploring a topic of common interest. The topic areas available for the 2012-2013 academic year are Global Leadership and Sustainability. More
Wells Project
Wells Project
Raise awareness of and funding for the relief of the international water crisis. Clean water is vital to supporting development, and over a billion individuals have no access to it. "The Wells Project" is an attempt to spread the word around our campus about the water crisis threatening countless lives worldwide. More