Through innovative curricula in the arts, humanities, and social sciences, our College of Liberal Arts prepares students not only for successful careers, but also for a lifetime of personal growth and responsible citizenship.
At RIT’s makerspace you’re free to design, test, tinker, and build. Hatch utilizes The Construct to create 3D-printed mannequin hands for Genesee Country Village & Museum's 19-century clothing exhibit.
Evoking Emotion Through Music
A difficult task to accomplish, yet a joy to teach, Kruger enjoys composing for visual mediums. As chair of the Department of Performing Arts and Visual Culture, Krugar focuses on enhancing a scene with music while keeping the audience immersed in the medium.
Giving a Voice to a Community
Tianna Manon '15
As an alum of the journalism program, Manon has put into practice the storytelling platforms and opportunities She took advantage of at RIT. Today, Manon serves as editor-in-chief of Open Mic Rochester, an online magazine that gives a voice to Rochester’s black community.
The Excitement of Live Performance
Director of Steelband Ensemble
For Professor Ted Canning, music is a universal language anyone can learn. No matter your major, no matter your level of experience, you can make music part of your life at RIT.
Seeing the world through the eyes of a different species is just one way we connect with the world around us. Through faculty-led research, Wegman is working to improve the quality of life for North American River Otters by studying their visual perception.
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.
RIT will distribute nearly $5.2 million in emergency federal funding under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act to assist students with unexpected costs incurred during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Now, more than ever, we need to be educated on systemic issues that hurt people and communities in this country & around the world.
Below are classes offered this fall that can help you learn more about the roots of these issues & what you can do to help. t.co/4UEY1uvlEi
Summer has arrived in ROC! (This week, at least...)
Time to start thinking about your plans for Summer Session II. Lots of options still open for registration and grant money available to help cover costs! Contact your Academic Advisor to learn more. t.co/nHTyXHnrE3
RT @RITtigers: RIT will distribute nearly $5.2 million in emergency federal funding under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act to assist students with unexpected costs incurred during the COVID-19 pandemic. Details: t.co/DYJQTN3jCX