Graduate Students

All final exams and thesis defenses will be completed online or by an alternate delivery method. Below is other information specific to graduate students. See other FAQs for general information on housing, health resources, and campus services.

FAQs

RIT is asking people to reduce or suspend laboratory research and other nonessential research activities, including graduate independent research and project-based research that require access to RIT laboratory facilities. More information is available on the Research page.

Students on TA/GA/RA appointments and post-doctoral scholars are expected to carry out their employment obligations and should consult their supervisors for guidance regarding any modifications to regular duties.

All final exams and thesis defenses will be completed online or by an alternate delivery method. Contact your graduate program director or research advisor for guidance.

Binding your thesis or dissertation is optional. RIT Libraries is unable to bind printed copies of theses and dissertations. Library staff recommend students use ProQuest as the preferred bindery for publishing theses and dissertations. Pricing information is available on the ProQuest website.

The RIT Graduate Presentation Competition has been moved online. You will be able to submit your 3 minute or less video through the Office of Graduate Education website. The deadline to submit is June 15. Finalists will be notified by July 15 and will compete in the Fall. The date for the Fall competition has yet to be announced.