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For Students

Students are a powerful lobbying body and there are many mechanisms for your voice to be heard on financial aid and others issues effecting higher education. It is important that all student organizations review and understand RIT’s guidelines concerning political and legislative activities on campus.  Federal regulations pertaining to RIT’s status as a tax-exempt organization restrict persons acting on its behalf from certain activities.

The links below will help you understand the issues, identify and locate your elected representatives, and provide guidelines for creating appropriate and effective communications with officials.