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During this extraordinary time, we wish all our RIT donors and their loved ones the best, and hope you are all safe and healthy. While RIT is adhering to rules to avoid in-person events and activities, including personal meetings, all supporters are invited to visit the Tigers Staying Home website. There you will find a list of upcoming virtual events that include career information, current events perspectives, and RIT alumni presentations. You will also find news updates on Tigers involved in the COVID-19 fight, and a host of RIT-related resources to keep you busy while you and your families stay safe at home.

Tigers Staying at Home

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. If you are able, we ask that you consider a gift to the university's COVID-19 Student Emergency Fund, which assists students with unforeseen expenses such as off-campus apartment deposits and rent, healthcare, transportation, and especially laptops and technology assistance so students can complete their coursework out of the classrooms.

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Whether you give $5, $50, $500 or $5,000, your gift helps the university support students, attract great faculty members, and maintain leading-edge academic programs.

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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

  • May 28, 2020

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    Tigers tie the knot over Zoom

    RIT plays a starring role in the April virtual wedding of Zahal Kohistani ’15 and former Tiger Thomas Doolittle. The couple met while they were students living in Global Village. Their first date was at SpringFest. They got engaged in front of Salsarita’s. They celebrated their engagement at the Joseph M. Lobozzo Alumni House. And they were married on Zoom by Kelly Redder, executive director of the Lobozzo Alumni House.

  • May 21, 2020

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    Podcast: The Evolution of Printing  

    Intersections: The RIT Podcast, Ep. 37: Printing, a storied industry, continues to see an evolution. RIT alumnus Henry Freedman and Professors Robert Eller and Bruce Myers discuss the strength of the industry, the rise of inkjet printing and the role RIT plays in developing professionals who can take the printing industry to the next level.