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RIT Press Online Holiday Sale

The 2020 RIT Press Holiday Sale launches at 12pm EST December 3!

We will be offering books from our catalog at special prices, as well as some themed gift sets. With our dedication to high standards in content quality, publication design, and print production, our books make treasured gifts for friends, family, and colleagues.

In addition, we will be offering some rare and vintage gift books: excellent finds from the Limited Editions Club and Peter Pauper Press. Don't miss this rare opportunity.

Quantities are limited. Sale begins 12pm EST on Thursday December 3, and continues until 12pm EST on Sunday, December 6. Click here to shop sale items.


Coronavirus Update

RIT is reopening campus for the Fall semester. RIT Press staff is mostly working remotely.

We continue to accept orders through our website, though outgoing orders may be delayed. RIT customers may select in-store pickup as a shipping option and email us for interoffice mail delivery. Please email ritpress@rit.edu or submit a request through our contact form with any questions. 

We will continue to update this webpage as plans evolve. For more information about RIT's reopening, visit www.rit.edu/ready; for more information from RIT Libraries, visit library.rit.edu/coronavirus.


Spring 2020 Catalog

The Spring 2020 RIT Press catalog is available now. Click here to view the PDF. 


2019 Annual Report

Read our 2019 Annual Report for highlights of our year. Download the PDF here


Holiday Closing 2019

RIT Press will be closing for the Institute holiday break. Place your order before noon on Friday, December 20, 2019, and your in-stock items will ship before the break! Any orders placed after that time will be fulfilled in 2020. 


Holiday Open House, December 5

Visit RIT Press during our holiday open house, and save 30% off your entire purchase! It's our gift to you for the holidays. Books, holiday cards, posters, and gift items are available here. Refreshments will be provided. We are located on the second floor of Wallace Library at RIT. 

More details on Facebook.


Thanksgiving closing

We will be closing for Thanksgiving starting Wednesday November 27, and taking a short break from shipping orders. Any orders received during this time will be processed on Monday, December 2.


Holiday Closing 2018

We will be closing for the RIT holiday break. To ensure books are packed and shipped before the holidays, place your order by Wednesday, December 19 at noon. Orders placed after that time will be fulfilled in the new year.

Remember, our holiday sale continues through Tuesday, December 18. Use coupon code 12DAYS to save 20% online, or visit us in store to save 25%, 9am-4:30pm M-F.

 


Twelve Days of Savings

Visit RIT Press during our annual holiday sale, and save 25% off your entire purchase! It's our gift to you for the holidays. Books, holiday cards, posters, and gift items are available here. 

Join us for a holiday open house, 12-3 PM on Wednesday, December 5. Refreshments will be provided, and we will offer a bonus of 30% off!

The sale starts Monday, December 3, and continues through Tuesday, December 18 (12 business days). We are located on the second floor of the Wallace Library at RIT, and we are open 9 AM to 4:30 PM Monday through Friday.

Can't make it to our location? Use coupon code 12DAYS to save 20% off your online order.


Haydn Journal Wins PROSE Award

An online journal published by RIT Press and focused on scholarship exploring the music of Haydn has been recognized for innovation in journal publishing in the humanities and social sciences. HAYDN: The Online Journal of the Haydn Society of North America won a PROSE Award from the Association of American Publishers. The PROSE Awards annually recognize the very best in professional and scholarly publishing by bringing attention to distinguished books, journals, and electronic content in 58 categories.

Read more: RIT Press receives PROSE Award for innovative ‘HAYDN’ journal


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