There are various services the Office of Alumni Relations provides to our alumni whether you live close to campus or across the globe.
Lobozzo Alumni House
Your home away from home on RIT’s campus! The Joseph M. Lobozzo '95 Alumni House is the first alumni-centric facility on campus designed to meet several community needs. Whether you're just popping by, meeting a friend, coaching a student, conducting some research, or celebrating a life moment "RIT Style," the Lobozzo Alumni House is the place for you!
Stay connected with your alma mater with an alumni email account. It’s a great way to make sure you get the latest updates from campus, get invited to events in your area, and learn about any new alumni benefits. Request or update your account today.
Do you need to do professional or academic research? Read the news? Review trade journals? As a graduate, you'll enjoy privileges with the Wallace Library by having access to select library databases. In addition to the select Proquest database, you also have access to other resources which do not require authentication. Access is supported financially by your Office of Alumni Relations. To gain this Library privilege you must create an RIT account if you don't already have one, since you will need to use your username and password to connect to these valuable resources.
Diploma, New ID and Transcript Services
Have you lost your diploma, need a new ID or require a transcript for graduate school or an employer? All these needs and more can be found at the RIT Registrar.
Do you need to get in shape or stay fit? RIT offers alumni exclusive, low-cost memberships to recreation facilities on campus including the Gordon Field House and Aquatics Center and Hale-Andrews Student Life Center, a state-of-the-art recreation facility with a 16,000 square foot fitness center for you to take advantage of.
Do you know a high school senior that would thrive and excel at RIT? This is your opportunity to recruit the best for your alma mater. You can give a college-bound student of your choice a fee-waived application for undergraduate admission. By encouraging a student to apply, you can share your RIT experiences with a prospective student, while helping to defray the cost of applying to the university.
Current RIT students who are the children or grandchildren of RIT alumni and who will be enrolled full-time for the upcoming fall semester.
Incoming students who are the children or grandchildren of RIT alumni. New students must be admitted and have committed to enroll in full-time study for the fall semester at the time of their application.
How many students get scholarships? How much money do they receive?
The amount available to award annually depends on the total value of the endowment and accrued interest.
For the 2020-2021 academic year, we anticipate awarding 2 to 4 scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $1,500 each.
How are the recipients chosen?
Scholarships are awarded based on an applicant’s demonstrated financial need, leadership activities, and academic performance. Please note: Applicants who have not filed a 2020-2021 FAFSA by the scholarship deadline will not be considered.
Applicants must be admitted and enrolled as full-time students at RIT.
Awards are given once annually and are renewable by reapplication.
How do I apply?
The online application will open the week of January 13, 2020.