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College of Imaging Arts and Sciences Chapter

Welcome to the online alumni network created especially for graduates of the College of Imaging Arts and Sciences at RIT. Within these pages, you'll find an array of resources designed to help keep your connections with your college, your department, and your classmates strong, whether you graduated last May or decades ago. Bookmark this page and return to if often for announcements on upcoming events or to update your information, submit a class note or find other alumni using the links above. As well, the links to the many conferences we attend are posted here for your convenience.

If you have questions or are planning to visit campus, please send me a note or feel free to call me. It would be a pleasure to hear from you as I strive to meet as many CIAS alumni as possible. As a CIAS alumnus myself, I am here to assist in any way I can.


CIAS UPDATE
Please check out the events tab to see what events are coming to your area!
The Big Shot of Cowboys Stadium was a great event!

To view the final image click here- we are starting to talk about Big Shot 29 which will be High Falls. More information will be released as we get it. Follow the Big Shot on Facebook to stay up to date!

Interested in being an admissions volunteer? Click
here for more information.

If you have questions, compliments, or suggestions, please send me a note or make a call. With your input we can help tailor the page with the information you want to see.


Upcoming Events
RIT's alumni chapters host a variety of activities throughout the year ranging from social events to educational workshops to performing arts to supporting RIT Athletics, and everything in between. Please join us for these excellent opportunities to connect with other alumni and check back often to see what's coming up next.

Apr 26 2014 11:30 a.m.
School of Media Sciences/ Gamma Epsilon Tau Alumni Pig Roast
May 05 2014 6:00 p.m.
Behind the Lens with "Breaking Bad" Cinematographer Michael Slovis '76