RIT's National Technical Institute for the Deaf has grown exponentially since enrolling its first class in 1968. Numbers don't tell the whole story, but they do provide a glimpse of what NTID looks like today.
Students bring a variety of life experiences to RIT, but all have one fundamental thing in common — these students all chose RIT because it was the right fit for them.
Watch the video to learn why RIT/NTID is the right fit for Natalie Snyder.
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RIT/NTID graduates are competitive in the marketplace*
RIT/NTID deaf and hard-of-hearing grads
Deaf and hard-of-hearing grads of other postsecondary institutions
*Deaf and hard-of-hearing RIT/NTID graduates with a bachelor's or an associate degree earn
more, respectively, at age 50 than deaf and hard-of-hearing graduates of other postsecondary institutions around the country.
According to a study conducted with the Social Security Administration.