Current Students

The Division of Diversity and Inclusion offers programs and services to RIT students focused on academic support, leadership development, tutoring and scholarship.

Scholarships

Support

  • DDI Tutoring Program

    The Division of Diversity and Inclusion Tutoring Program focuses on academic success by offering peer to peer tutoring, support and guidance for students who are involved in DDI programs.

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  • Student Organizational Support

    RIT Student clubs and organizations can apply for funding and support for events and activities that promote diversity and inclusion on campus.

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Programs

  • Diversity Education Programs

    The Division of Diversity and Inclusion’s Diversity Education Program offers a variety of programs and experiences through different approaches that help students, staff, and faculty at RIT work toward recognizing and developing skills to address cultural humility.

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  • Diversity Theater

    RIT Diversity Theater uses theater based methods, initiatives and hands on experiences to explore what it means to successfully cultivate a community rich in diversity and inclusion.

    Programming reaches across the RIT campus and is open to students, faculty, and staff.

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  • Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP)

    The Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation program, or LSAMP, provides support to qualifying RIT students pursuing National Science Foundation designated STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) degrees. 

    The program is open to students beginning in the spring of their first year.

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  • McNair Scholars Program

    The RIT Ronald McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program helps prepare eligible second-and third-year full time students interested in pursuing a post-baccalaureate education, in particular doctoral studies. 

    McNair Scholars gain valuable information by taking part in a simulated, graduate school experience.

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  • Men of Color, Honor and Ambition (M.O.C.H.A)

    Men of Color, Honor and Ambition (M.O.C.H.A) is a leadership development program for undergraduate male students at RIT. It is open to students who are between their second and fifth academic years of study.

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  • MOSAIC Center

    The MOSAIC Center is an inclusive community space where students, faculty, and staff can organize, engage and listen as a community through facilitated cross cultural learning. It is more than just a home away from home, but a truly unique and transformative space on campus.

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  • Multicultural Center for Academic Success (MCAS)

    The Multicultural Center for Academic Success (MCAS) is focused on academic success and personal development. The programs offered through the MCAS Center enrich the overall college experience.

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  • Native American Future Stewards Program

    The Future Stewards Program (FSP) is committed to nurturing the overall success of its Indigenous Scholars (Native American, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian, and First Nations) by providing academic support, professional development, and cultural opportunities. 

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  • NTID Diversity and Inclusion

    The NTID Office of Diversity and Inclusion focuses on transforming NTID into a more inclusive and diverse community through engaging offerings.

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  • Women of Color, Honor and Ambition (W.O.C.H.A)

    Women of Color, Honor and Ambition (W.O.C.H.A) is a one year initiative open to female students interested in developing leadership skills. 

    Students must be in their second to fifth year of study at RIT.

    Learn More about Women of Color, Honor and Ambition (W.O.C.H.A)