The following resources are available to RIT Physics and Astrophysical Sciences & Technology students.
The RIT Academic Support Center offers free, drop-in math and physics tutoring in the Bates Study Center. Many tutors are physics or engineering students and will help with any level of physics.
A federally funded program through the Department of Education serving low income, first generation and disabled college students.
This handbook is intended to provide a ready reference to the basic information you need to navigate successfully through the AST graduate program.
The RIT Office of Cooperative Education and Career Services can match you up with an employer to give you temporary, on-the-job exposure to work in your area of interest.
A search tool for finding graduate schools maintained by the American Institute of Physics.
Part One of a manual written by Dr. Vern Lindberg on the topic of Uncertainties, Graphing, and the Vernier Caliper.
An online manual written by Dr. Michael Richmond offering examples of uncertainty calculations.
An academic organization that brings together students of all majors with an interest in physics.
A website published by the American Physics Society that publishes news, photos, experiments, and other resources related to the field of physics.