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Many RIT friends and family have asked how they can help our students and the university during this global crisis. We are grateful for their concern. There is an unprecedented need for financial aid scholarships for our current and incoming Tigers. If you are able, we ask that you consider a gift to the university's Scholarship Fund, which assists students with tuition demands facing them and their families.

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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

  • September 16, 2020

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    RIT invests in blockchain-focused fund Cosimo X

    Cosimo X invests in businesses that use digital assets and blockchain protocols to advance the digital economy. According to industry experts, the investment by RIT marks the first time that any university in the United States has directly invested in a tokenized venture fund. The fund’s parent company, Cosimo Ventures, was co-founded six years ago by RIT alumnus Robert Frasca ’88 (mechanical engineering).

  • August 26, 2020

    Orlando Ortiz, RIT’s 2020-2021 Frederick H. Minett Professor.

    RIT names alumnus Orlando Ortiz the 2020-2021 Minett Professor

    RIT’s newest Frederick H. Minett Professor is an engaged alumnus, successful professional in the manufacturing industry, and highly active community volunteer. Orlando Ortiz ’04 (manufacturing engineering technology), ’08 (MBA) is the 29th person appointed to the prestigious position, established in 1991.