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By the Numbers

5.9k

The number of alumni donors

6.7k

The number of non-alumni donors

$50M

The largest gift in RIT history

77%

Percentage of full-time undergraduate students receiving financial aid from any source

Latest News

  • November 22, 2021

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    Influential American Indian Scholars  

    AcademicInfluence.com features Jolene Rickard ’78 (art and design) (Tuscarora), curator and historian at Cornell, as one of the top influential American Indian scholars in the nation.

  • November 18, 2021

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    RIT names new members to its board of trustees

    RIT appointed two new members — who are also alumni — to its board of trustees. Kathy Yu ’91 has more than 20 years of experience in the technology and semiconductor manufacturing sectors. Nick Schneider ’10, ’10 MS is a principal at Boston Consulting Group, where he is a lead in the company’s technology, media, and telco sector.

  • November 15, 2021

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    Annual Day of Thanks honors generosity and impact of RIT donors

    Alumni Brandy ’08 and Luiz ’07 Freitas, founding members of RIT’s Sentinel Society, are proud that they are able to give back to the university community that means so much to them. Each year, the generosity and impact of donors are honored during RIT’s Day of Thanks. Today, all RIT donors will be sent a “thank you” video message, and faculty and staff donors are encouraged to visit the Student Alumni Union until 1:30 p.m. to pick up a special chocolate bar.