Beyond a dorm – the New Computer Science House

Towards $2.5 million fundraising goal

Out of 50 total student dorm rooms
Make a gift towards a dorm room naming

  • Alex Crawford, Mike Dumont, Angelo DiNardi, Mike Lewis and Corry Haines combined gifts to name the Vending Nook.
  • Tad Hunt and Danielle Valliere made a gift to name the Study Room
  • Tristan O’Tierney made a gift to name the Project Room
  • Karl Voelker made a gift towards the naming rights of a bathroom
  • Spaces recently named: Commons, Hall of Fame/Lobby
  • The plans for the potential CSH building have been created. You can view a PDF of the plans here.
RIT’s Computer Science House has always been much more than a dorm, and now CSH needs more than a dorm floor to continue serving its members.
With more than 50 resident students and many more affiliated members, CSH is one of the most popular special-interest houses on campus. In recent years, interest in joining CSH has grown far beyond the capacity of the third floor of Nathanial Rochester Hall and demand for a continually improving state-of-the-art technology environment and a warm and vibrant social atmosphere requires more and improved functional space.

Key CSH alumni are helping to launch a campaign to build an expanded Computer Science House. In conjunction with the CSH 40th Anniversary Celebration a new facility adjacent to Grace Watson Hall is in the planning stages, and will provide the needed space for CSH in the coming years.

You can learn about the plans for the new Computer Science House here, and view renderings, floorplans, and interior concepts for the new facility.

You can also help make the new Computer Science House a reality. With your personal financial commitment to the new structure can be made over as many as five years. Gifts of $7,500 or greater are recognized with named spaces.

To learn more, or make a gift to the new Computer Science House, contact:
Adam Platzer
Director of Development
Student Affairs & Parents
Kandice King
Director of Development
Golisano College

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