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April 23rd, 2014
9 AM and 7 PM EST
Join us for a live online presentation to learn more about your next steps, connect with current graduate students, review research opportunities, and much more. Sign on as a guest to https://connect.rit.edu/r59086949/ at the program time to participate.
ON CAMPUS LIVING
RIT offers on-campus housing to over 7,000 students. As a graduate student you may apply for RIT housing in a residence hall, an apartment complex, Global Village, or the RIT Inn and Conference Center. RIT has five apartment complexes. All apartments are equipped with a refrigerator, sink, cupboards, and stove in the kitchen and a full bathroom. Apartments, with the exception of University Commons, are unfurnished. Furnishings can be rented or purchased upon your arrival. The RIT Inn and Conference Center offers a fully furnished double room with a private bath and shower. A dining facility is available on site along with a pool, fitness room, and laundry room. Shuttle service is provided to all students living in the apartments and the RIT Inn and Conference Center.
You must first pay your tuition deposit in order to be able to apply for RIT housing.
RIT housing assignments are made on a first-come, first-served basis, depending upon the date we receive yoru tuition deposit and apartment application.
More information about RIT’s housing choices and application and assignments procedures can be found at the Housing website.
Learn more about upperclass housing by downloading a copy of the 2014-15 Upperclass Housing brochure.
Students seeking off campus housing may wish to view the following resources available through RIT:
Useful Rochester apartment websites also include:
When searching for housing options, please note that RIT is located in the town of Henrietta within Monroe County. Some other surrounding towns are West Henrietta, Brighton, Pittsford, Scottsville, Fairport and Rochester.