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A Message From Your Student Government President, Amid COVID-19 Crisis

Student Government is still committed and continuing to work on and advocate for issues related to students at RIT. We will all be working remotely in accordance with published university guidelines related to COVID-19. We understand this is a difficult time for all students; please continue to use services such as Pawprints and feel free to reach out to us using our Leadership page, which has our contact information. 



We represent the student body as a whole by advocating for students and student groups.


We help students connect with each other and the people they need to know at RIT to ensure they have the best experience possible.


We lead by guiding others along with us to further the impact of our advocacy. 


We inform students about the resources offered through RIT and Student Government


We serve as a liaison between the students and administration and always have the student's best interests in mind.


Student News

  • July 7, 2020

    Wide Format InkJet printer in action

    Fluid Dynamics in Inkjet: Applications in Digital Printing

    With the School of Media Science’s recent move to the College of Engineering Technology (CET), the faculty is beginning to incorporate more science into their classes. Robert Eller, the Gravure Research Professor, is among the faculty members leading the charge in this area. One example is the introduction of Fluid Dynamics in the inkjet printing lab of his Digital Print Processes course.

  • July 7, 2020

    outside of RIT campus, featuring brick and glass buildings and a metal sculpture.

    QS Quacquarelli Symonds ranks RIT as one of America’s top universities

    RIT is one of America’s top universities according QS Quacquarelli Symonds, a global higher education research company and publisher of the QS World University Rankings. Universities are ranked according their research performance and career outcomes as well as a range of indicators assessing each institution’s social impact and attempts to foster equitability.

  • July 2, 2020

    illustration of woman wearing face covering.

    RIT students cope with pandemic through graphic medicine

    RIT students this fall can have a creative outlet to help them reflect on their experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic by producing comics and visual arts narratives. Kriota Willberg, a New York City-based comic artist and illustrator, will be teaching a weekly online workshop called “Graphic Medicine,” being offered by the School of Individualized Study and the Center for Engaged Storycraft in the College of Liberal Arts.

  • June 30, 2020

    graphic that reads: RIT AR Experience available now for download.

    RIT offers AR tours for prospective students

    Prospective students who may be thinking of attending RIT can now take a campus tour from their home with a new mobile app that features augmented reality with 360-degree videos.

students celebrating with RITchie at a hockey rink

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