Student Resources

General Resources

  • GCCIS Lost & Found
    • Located on the first floor of Golisano Hall near the Dean's Office
  • Academic Advising
    • Get connected with your Academic Advisor
  • GCCIS Tutoring Center
    • Provides tutoring to any student taking courses in the introductory programming sequences offered within GCCIS
  • Reporting an Incident
    • Report concerns about a student, bias-related incidents, and confidential resources
  • RIT Title IX
    • Committed to fostering a campus climate in which members of our community are protected from all forms of sex discrimination
  • Ombuds Office
    • Provides a safe and confidential place for students, faculty, and staff to bring any kind of problem, dispute or question
  • RIT Red Folder
    • Indicators of Distress (What to Look For)
  • RIT FoodShare and Bern's Closet
    • Provides RIT community access to free food and clothing on campus
  • RIT Wellness
    • Supports students through a multifaceted approach to wellness that encompasses all aspects of personal well-being, including physical and emotional health as well as accessibility
  • Counseling & Psychological Services (CaPS)
    • Provides confidential and personalized services to meet the mental health needs of RIT students
  • Health Promotion
    • Educates students with health information, skill development, and opportunities for growth through engaging programming and active outreach efforts
  • RIT Diversity and Inclusion Programs & Services
    • Offers programs and services to RIT students focused on academic support, leadership development, tutoring and scholarship.
  • Women, Gender, and Sexuality Resource Center
    • Provides advocacy, education, and celebration for RIT community members of all genders, gender identities, and sexual orientations
  • Financial Literacy
    • Provides a virtual library with a variety of resources to learn how to manage your money
  • Spectrum Support Program (SSP)
    • Helps students on the autism spectrum make connections at RIT for academic, social and career success
  • Disability Services Office
    • Facilitates equitable access to the full RIT experience for students with disabilities
  • Access Services
    • Provides interpreting, notetaking, and real-time captioning services to the RIT community

Co-Op and Career Services Resources

Change of Program Resources

GCCIS Change of Program guide


Program specific change of program application and process information: