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Statistics

95%

Outcome rate

College of Liberal Arts undergraduate students have a 95% career outcome rate 6 months after graduation.

4:1

Student-to-faculty ratio

Classes are small and students receive personal attention from faculty and staff.

13

Countries represented

Students from across the United States and from 13 countries are enrolled in the College of Liberal Arts.

$2.9M

Sponsored research funding

Funding went to projects including Body Camera Investigation and Comparative Cognition and Perception.

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Meet the Dean

Anna Stenport

We sit at the heart of RIT’s mission, helping all students advance the exceptional through coursework, research opportunities, and academic programs that instill an understanding of the world around us and promote critical thinking, ethical reasoning, and effective communication. 

Anna Stenport
Dean, College of Liberal Arts
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News

  • May 24, 2022

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    ‘Clarissa Uprooted’ exhibit coming to City Art Space

    Starting on June 3, the exhibit “Clarissa Uprooted: Unearthing Stories of Our Village (1940s-early 1970s)” will open in the RIT City Art Space. This show, created through a partnership between the Center for Teen Empowerment in Rochester and the Clarissa Street Reunion Committee, has involved a number of collaborators including RIT faculty and students from the College of Art and Design and the College of Liberal Arts.

  • May 13, 2022

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    72 paths to a well-rounded student

    While many colleges and universities require general education courses, RIT’s immersion requirement takes it a step further. Beyond the typical writing, math, science, social science, global studies, art, and ethics requirements, students are asked to fulfill an additional nine credits in a topic of interest. The intended result is to produce well-rounded students who have gained broader, more diverse perspectives.

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