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C-Print is developed at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf, a college of Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, New York. NTID's Department of Access services offers C-Print as a communication option for RIT/NTID students.

About NTID

The National Technical Institute for the Deaf is one of the nine colleges of Rochester Institute of Technology, a leading career-oriented, technological university recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of America's "Best College Values," and by The Princeton Review as one of the top 20 colleges nationwide for "Best Career Services." More than 15,000 undergraduate students from around the world, including more than 1,300 who are deaf or hard of hearing, come to campus every year to take advantage of the benefits of an RIT/NTID education. Learn more at

About NTID's Department of Access Services

DAS provides interpreting, notetaking, and real-time captioning services to the RIT community. Their goal is to provide the highest possible quality of access to communication. Access services enable more than 650 deaf and hard-of-hearing RIT students to register and fully participate in roughly 23,000 credit hours annually in more than 200 highly competitive academic programs. Deaf, hard-of-hearing, and hearing students alike use access services to communicate with each other in a variety of extra-curricular activities associated with student clubs and organizations, entertainment and sports events, and RIT programs and services. Learn more at