How Special Interest Housing works  By Aditi K  - In addition to residence halls available for incoming freshman, RIT offers Special interest housing. Special interest housing (SIH) are houses for students who want to live around others that share common interests. The relationships...  >> Read More


What are your interests? What do you do for fun? Whether you’re into art, gaming, music, literature, politics, science, or sports, you’ll almost certainly find others at RIT who share your enthusiasm.

Twww.rit.edu upub pdfs Prospectus.pdf-1he diverse interests of our student body are reflected in the variety of activities and programs that take place on campus. More than 200 student clubs and organizations provide an incredible array of options.

Interested in broadcasting or publishing? WITR, our noncommercial student-run FM radio station, provides Rochester-area listeners with an alternative to mainstream radio as well as practical experience in broadcasting, engineering, and management for RIT students. Reporter is the campus’s student-produced weekly magazine. Talented students—artists, writers, photographers, managers, and printers—collaborate and contribute to this award-winning publication, recognized as one of the most professional student magazines in the country. And Signatures, a literary/ art magazine, publishes exclusively student work.

Love to perform? Want to develop your musical creativity? Get involved with any of the organizations devoted to music, dance, and drama. Check out the student-run RIT Players. Join a vocal group like Eight Beat Measure or an instrumental group, the RIT Philharmonia. There are so many ways to express yourself. Jazz, dance, gospel, swing!

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