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RIT’s provost serves as the chief academic officer and oversees the nine academic colleges, four international campuses, as well as other degree-granting units and academic support services.

In addition to academic planning and curriculum development, the provost champions continued excellence in student-centered learning, teaching, research, and scholarship.

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Global Campus Locations

In addition to Rochester, N.Y., RIT has campuses in China, Croatia, Dubai, and Kosovo.

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Outcome Rate

For each of the past three years, 95 percent of RIT graduates enter either the workforce or graduate study within six months of graduation

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RIT in Top 50 for Best Value Schools

RIT is among the top 50 “best value schools,” according to U.S. News & World Report 2020 rankings.

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Countries

Students from all 50 states and more than 100 countries attend RIT.

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Celebration of Teaching and Scholarship

Students at Award Ceremony

Outstanding Undergraduate Scholar Awards

Academic Affairs News

  • November 19, 2021

    side-by-side portraits of Honors students Swathi Jacob, Bo Allaby, and Sarah Henretta.

    Dozens of Honors Program students present Saturday

    Attitudes about the COVID-19 vaccine, how sleep and age can affect memory, and how bodily secretions impact wounds are just three of the varied subjects to be discussed Saturday at the Honors Research and Creativity Symposium.

  • November 11, 2021

    Guest speaker in front of international town

    RIT’s International Education Week activities set to kick off

    RIT will celebrate international education in all its forms during a wide-ranging series of events featuring invited speakers, informational sessions, cooking and dance workshops, gaming tournaments, and more. The university celebrates International Education Week from Nov. 12 to 19.

  • November 8, 2021

    hands typing on a laptop next to a stethoscope.

    COVID-19 pandemic hastens the need for more health informatics professionals

    To help bridge new technology with current health care practices, organizations are recognizing the need to hire more health informatics professionals than ever. In an effort to help more qualified people step into this field, RIT has revised its health informatics master’s degree program and partnered with Rochester Regional Health.

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