Special financial needs and outstanding academic qualifications for scholarship
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In-person Program Details
The health and safety of the RIT community is a priority. RIT measures have been put into to protect our students, faculty, staff, and the greater community. For the most updated information about RIT's measures and response please visit the https://www.rit.edu/ready/ website. The RIT Global Office will also work closely with students regarding arrival, quarantine, testing, and other health and safety precautions as they prepare to travel to Rochester, NY.
Students will be living in RIT’s newest and most popular residential and commercial complex – Global Village.
The suite-style housing provides single bedrooms, access to a full kitchen, meeting spaces, wireless internet access, laundry facilities and much more.
The Global Village complex includes a global food market, hair salon, gift shop, dining options, and a courtyard with a fire pit and outdoor seating.
Events and Excursions
An orientation event will be hosted upon arrival to welcome students to campus.
Students will be provided with a meal plan while at RIT equivalent to USD $15/day. RIT Dining Services is committed to providing students with a variety of food to suit many different cultural, religious, and dietary needs. Students will find both Halal and vegetarian options served as well as the ability to cook for oneself.
All participants are encouraged to take full advantage of all the state-of-the-art facilities, whether it’s in the classroom, labs, or in the 15,000 sq. meter recreational facility – the RIT Gordon Field House.
Campus is safe and secure on 1,300 acres with blue-light emergency notification kiosks, a well-staffed police department, student health center and our own ambulance service.
Note: Access to some campus facilities and equipment may be limited by COVID health and safety precautions.