With a rich history encompassing over 175 years, RIT invites students, parents, employers, and companies to learn more about our dynamic academic programs and our ever-changing campus.
Prospective Undergraduate Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students and Students Interested in ASL-English Interpretation
Find out what amazing looks like! Whether you can visit in person or want to experience virtually, we offer opportunities every day for prospective undergraduate students to get to know RIT/NTID. Students who attend one of these visit opportunities before applying for admission will have their application fee waived.
Prospective Graduate and Doctoral Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students
Virtual Informational Events
Exploring RIT virtually is an easy and convenient way to find out if RIT may be a good fit for your graduate study.
In-person or Virtual Appointments
An in-person visit or virtual meeting with a graduate admissions counselor will provide a personalized experience that suits your needs.