Join our innovative students from 50 states and 100+ countries who blend technology, the arts, and design to move the world forward.
Game Design and Development
Tinkering, testing, designing, coding – it's what he does. Through RIT's game design program, Campbell and his team created a game that garnered attention from 20th Century Fox, leading him to an internship with the company.
A Creative Pipeline
Motion Picture Science
Sevigny is conducting research to help filmmakers translate what they create on their computers to a full cinematic experience.
Creating a Balanced, Equal World
Communications and Media Technology
Open source software is integral to building a movement toward equality. For DeCausemaker, that meant creating a degree program in the School of Individualized Studies that targeted the specific areas of expertise he needed to craft the career path he wanted.
A New Way to Tell Stories
Undeclared Art and Design
By combining the performing arts with technology and design, Claire Wilcox is creating a storytelling dynamic that engages technology to share stories on film and on stage.
Advancing the Success of Women
As head of public relations for Women in Computing, McHale strives to organize professional opportunities for its members, advancing women’s experience in computing majors, and giving back to a club that has given her so much.
Seeing the world through the eyes of a different species is just one way we connect with the world around us. Through faculty-led research, Wegman is working to improve the quality of life for North American River Otters by studying their visual perception.
A Part of Something Bigger
Computer Engineering Technology
For Hedger, giving back is a special part of the RIT community that lets her impact the world, one service project at a time.
Where You Belong
Mechanical Engineering Technology
Mendieta has found a home in student government. As vice president she makes sure that all students have what they need to succeed.
The Sky’s the Limit
Film and Animation
Gordon started Optic Sky, an animation company, after graduating from RIT with a degree in film. He helps develop new talent by inviting RIT students to work on his production crews.
Merging Past and Present
3D Digital Design
RIT's Cary Graphics Art Collection allows students to view printing styles and graphic art from thousands of years ago. In order to preserve these artifacts, Klibanow is working with other students and faculty to create a virtual viewing experience.
Bringing Deaf Culture to the Big Screen
Design and Imaging Technology
Walker wants to share Deaf and hard-of-hearing stories to bridge the gap between cultures and represent the Deaf community in Hollywood.
The Power of Music
Jasen is a physician assistant major and the music director for RIT Players. She is applying her passion for music to research that studied how music can reduce pain and anxiety in pediatric patients.
A Spit Take
Guy's biomedical science research is analyzing microbes linked to cardiac disease. She's hoping to keep the population healthy one vial of saliva at a time.
By working on a faculty-guided research project, Pannullo has gained hands-on research experience to pursue a future in regenerative medicine. It’s one way Pannullo is putting experiential learning to work.
Film and Animation
RIT’s student-run radio station broadcasts to the Rochester community and streams worldwide. Bellavia, WITR’s music director, appreciates that RIT has a place where people who love music can bond over their passion and share that connection over the airwaves.
Eye on the Prize
Biomedical Photographic Communications
Lautenschlager's passion for helping others drew her to a co-op opportunity in the medical science field. Through hands-on experience studying the eye, Lily has secured a part-time job while she continues her education at RIT.
The Hands of Time
At RIT’s makerspace you’re free to design, test, tinker, and build. Hatch utilizes The Construct to create 3D-printed mannequin hands for Genesee Country Village & Museum's 19-century clothing exhibit.
Headed to Google
New Media Design
The skills Lung learned in the new media design major prepared her for an internship at Google. This career-related work experience, which turned into a full-time job, is just one of the ways experiential learning shapes a student’s future.
The AI Gateway
Syed is pushing the world forward by developing algorithms that apply artificial intelligence to make everyday tasks easy and more efficient.
With only a split second to get the perfect shot, Hamilton's passion for capturing emotion is an asset to creating authentic images in the moment.
Connecting Kids to Science
Devon M Christman
Over the summer, Christman taught a workshop called “Experiments in Science” to a group of children from RIT’s Kids on Campus program. By helping to change their perspectives on who and what a scientist is, Christman is shaping the minds of tomorrow’s scientists.
Making a Positive Impact
Sociology and International Relations
She’s a professional ballet dancer and a humanitarian who spends her free time volunteering at a children’s home in Haiti. Duffy created a degree program in the School of Individualized Study so she can one day establish a non-profit of her own.
Kha interned with Oculus testing their next generation of VR cameras, which have the potential to aid law enforcement and impact learning in schools. The internship turned into a full-time job, and Kha plans to work on enhancing the VR experience.
Trading gloves and helmets for a monitor and a mouse has ushered in a new era in sports: competitive, organized gaming. By mirroring professional eSports, the RIT eSports team pursues competitive gaming at the highest possible level, rivaling the excitement of traditional sports teams.
Innovation Science in Neurotechnology
The School of Individualized Studies enabled Canning to create a degree that combines studies in computer science, business, and neuroscience so he can build a business that can mass produce brain-computer interfaces to help people with disabilities.
The Spice of Life
Finance and International Business
Variety is what Ferguson thrives on. And no day is ever the same for this double major who plays soccer and as in involved is a range of activities at RIT.
It might be just a stool, but it represents more than reaching equipment in the Machine Shop. It’s a symbol of the heightened awareness and inclusivity of women in engineering at RIT. After graduation, Kosak wants to influence change by helping women pursue careers in engineering.
We realize that you are taking an important step in your life; one that is exciting, yet challenging. Since you have many other things to consider as you prepare for college, we want to help make your financial aid experience as smooth as possible. Currently, more than 13,000 RIT undergraduate and graduate students receive over $291 million dollars in financial assistance from federal, state, and institutional resources, in the form of scholarships, grants, loans, and part-time employment.
RIT attracts students from more than 100 countries
RIT hosts more than 2,600 international students on the main Rochester, New York campus. The variety of backgrounds and perspectives represented in the RIT community enriches the living and learning experience for all. As students interact on team-based projects, in campus housing and in day-to-day activities, they become enriched and better prepared for the opportunities and challenges of global interdependence.
Thank you for your interest in RIT. We realize that understanding all that colleges and universities have to offer can be overwhelming. The following events are designed to help you assist your students to make college choices that are right for them.
We invite you to join us for a Virtual RIT Counselor Information Session. During our presentation, we will discuss RIT’s experiential-based curriculum, cooperative education, personalized attention for students, state-of-the-art facilities, student support services, co-curricular and extracurricular activities, potential match between students and RIT, and application processes for admissions and financial aid.
Join us for our annual Counselor Enrichment Program, an event designed to give school counselors an opportunity to gather the latest information about RIT. This year’s program will focus on RIT's New Economy Majors - multidisciplinary, transformative, and future-focused majors where students can combine different interests into concrete skills and cooperative education experiences, and establish successful career outcomes. Learn about the Fall 2021 admit profile, new construction updates, and our exciting Bachelor's/Master's Combined Accelerated Pathways program.
We can’t wait to welcome #RITBound students to the Tiger family! Are you ready? From paying your deposit to posting a celebratory pic with your new RIT legacy banner, this animated video has you covered. t.co/EEL3O97LLI
Apr 14RIT Admissions @ritadmissions
Living away from home can be exciting and challenging. But, you're not in it alone! Admissions vlogger Nolan Kearney interviews Resident Advisor Kaitlyn Auyeung on life in residence halls, developing community, and providing support. t.co/FwMcLshyea
Apr 13RIT Admissions Retweeted @HudsonLabRIT
RT @HudsonLabRIT: Another @RITGSOLS Accepted Student Open House in the books. THANK YOU to our wonderful UG/G students and alumna, Dr. Renee Thiemann for participating on the panel in addition to our partners in the Department of Access Services, @RITAdmissions and the @RITscience Dean’s Office. t.co/24oerv3L78
Apr 12RIT Admissions Retweeted @RITtigers
RT @RITtigers: In the newest episode of Intersections: The RIT Podcast, Ian Mortimer, Steven Carnovale and Dan Johnson discuss RIT's leadership in guiding students to new economy majors that are multidisciplinary, transformative, and future-focused.
Apr 08RIT Admissions @ritadmissions
Advertising and public relations student, Emma Woerle, gives us a look inside the #RIT College of Liberal Arts building, from classrooms and practice spaces to tunnel connections.
Don't miss the newly renovated student lounge (not shown) when on campus! t.co/rATDXUT1oe
Apr 06RIT Admissions @ritadmissions
What do you really need when packing for college? Third-year film major Nolan Kearney shares expert upperclassman tips on what you should and should not pack for your first year. t.co/bWYH9c4MOz
Apr 05RIT Admissions Retweeted @RITtigers
RT @RITtigers: We are staying #TigerStrong this semester. Thank you to everyone practicing their W’s: Wear a mask. Watch your distance and Wash your hands. Our fourth W is all about you. The Willpower to stay safe throughout the rest of this semester. t.co/RpO4QQBNWO