We’re here to let you in on just a few tips for adjusting to the unpredictable weather of Rochester during this time of year, and to make your time on campus a little warmer!Read More
Before you start pinning up the Halloween decorations, make sure to grab your Brick City Homecoming tickets! Come join us for RIT’s annual tradition to bring together family, friends, student, faculty, staff, and alumni all in one place to celebrate.Read More
It’s the end of week 6, and you’re probably pretty drained already from the relentless amounts of work being thrown at you. Luckily, October Break is here! Whether you’re heading home or staying here in Rochester, we’ve got you covered for the latest events, tips, and tricks for the weekend. Let this be a break for your body and mind, and let yourself recharge a little.
“It is a great honor and privilege to become the next president of what I believe to be a gem in higher education. I was drawn to RIT when I observed a diverse portfolio of academic programs, research with impact to solve global problems, and an ability to stay focused on the overall student experience.Read More
The sky is clear, the sun is shining, and you and your friends are frolicking in glistening pools of MUD?!
Yep, that’s right! MUD!
If you were around campus this weekend, you probably know a thing or two about Mud Tug, a 22-year old RIT tradition where teams compete over giant pools of mud!Read More
You’ve made it through your first couple weeks of classes, and maybe some of you are already approaching your first rounds of test, projects, and major assignments. We know that as we work through the semester, it can be stressful at times, which is why it is so important to take care of your mental health.Read More
When I first came to Rochester from my tiny town in Vermont, I was very busy becoming acquainted with my new home on campus, my classes, and really just being so far away from home. What I didn’t know was that Rochester has SO MUCH for everyone to discover!
It’s February. You wake up to the sound of your alarm and look out your window to see mountains of snow blanketing the ground. You get ready for class, pull on your snow boots, jacket, hat, and gloves, and make the long trek to your 8 a.m. class.Read More
Yep, I've been there. I think I called my mom at least once per month asking her to mail me things that I hadn't thought of when packing for college.