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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. 

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

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Student News

  • May 26, 2020

    student wearing graduation cap and gown.

    RIT medical illustration graduate wins Fulbright teaching assistantship

    Victoria Maung ’20 MFA (medical illustration) is capping her college career with a Fulbright grant that will give her an international experience and a connection to her Southeast Asian roots. With the help of RIT Global, Maung, won a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship to teach high school in Malaysia.

  • May 21, 2020

    student in driver's seat of car packed with belongings.

    RIT Housing handles complicated move outs during pandemic

    As social distancing requirements forced distanced learning, students across the country suddenly had to consider where they would be doing that learning. The estimated 6,000 RIT students who lived on campus in a residence hall or apartment needed to collect, store or ship personal items. And staff members from RIT Housing, Residence Life and Student Affairs were faced with an array of unique situations.

  • May 19, 2020

    Twyla Cummings, associate provost and dean of graduate education.

    RIT Office of Graduate Education holds ‘3-Minute Presentation’ semifinals

    All current RIT graduate students are invited to pit their problem-solving skills against each other in a university-wide competition. The Office of Graduate Education is holding online semifinals for the Graduate 3-Minute Presentation Competition. Contestants are asked to address a societal problem in a three-minute YouTube video, using their research, thesis or project, or creative work.

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