Student Academic Support

Support that Leads to Success

RIT has made academic continuity a priority, and we’re here to help you utilize online and other modes of learning successfully. As instruction continues, so will all student support services.

Student Support for Distance Learning

RIT has provided resources to help you progress toward your academic goals while learning via alternative methods. These include remote learning tips, help with myCourses and Zoom video conferencing, and communication strategies.

More information on distance learning and technology support

COVID-19 Technology Fund

Limited support is available for students unable to access the technology needed to meet their academic needs. The COVID-19 Technology Fund provides support through issuing hardware or small grant funding for students with technology needs or connectivity issues relating to the Spring 2021 course delivery modes. This fund was made possible by generous donations from the RIT community.

Apply for support

Academic Success Center

The ASC offers services both in-person and online. We can help you develop skills and tactics in time management, study strategies, and more through one-on-one coaching, our success courses, and our online resources. In addition, we can provide support with math and physics through one-on-one tutoring, individual assessment, and in-person courses.

Learn more about the Academic Success Center

Wallace Library

The Wallace Library offers resources for students, including help with research, writing, or presentations via the Writing Commons and Expressive Communication Center.

Learn more about Wallace Library

Writing Commons

The Writing Commons provides online consultations utilizing the WCOnline platform. RIT students can make appointments to meet with a writing consultant through chat, video, and shared document functions.

Make an appointment

Accessibility and Accommodations

The RIT community is committed to access and inclusion for members of the Disability and/or Deaf communities. Accessibility is of critical importance as we learn through online and alternative methods of course delivery.

Learn more about the Disability Services Office

Learn more about NTID Department of Access Services

Learn more about RIT’s Spectrum Support Program

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