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The extensive renovations of RIT’s College of Art and Design—with keen focuses on key areas within the internationally recognized School of Film and Animation (SOFA) and School of Photographic Arts and Sciences (SPAS)—continue to make significant strides.
Explore, discover, and get involved were some of the suggestions the newest RIT students received during Thursday’s New Student Convocation, which included welcomes from administrators, their new Student Government president, and even some levity featuring RIT President David Munson who pretended he needed to finish his college education.
There are 740 new RIT students enrolled in the Combined Accelerated Bachelor’s/Master’s Degree program, designed to offer highly focused, goal-oriented incoming students a one-of-a-kind opportunity to work toward a bachelor’s and master’s degree, starting from the first day of classes.
Jessica Wagner and her classmates put together a plan to tame the traffic near Rochester’s International Plaza on Clinton Avenue. Students like Wagner, who are participating in RIT’s Engineering Grand Challenge Scholars program, are finding ways to integrate technical coursework with personal interests for careers that matter.
More than 50 first-year RIT students from underrepresented populations launched their college careers early this summer. The students participated in RIT’s Division of Diversity and Inclusion (DDI) Summer Experience, a four-week program to help students successfully transition to college.
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