A place where you belong
RIT is a place where something amazing is always right around the corner. There is a world of possibilities out there and Campus Life is here to help you connect with new opportunities. Through inclusive programs, services, and unique environments, you will have the chance to meet fellow Tigers, get involved in the RIT community, and explore the Rochester community. Join us in exploring a world of possibilities!
Student Clubs & Organizations
Are you interested in joining a student club or organization?
Campus Life Recognized Clubs
Student clubs and organizations are always onto something amazing. With over 300 active student organizations in Campus Life, there are endless opportunities to connect with a community at RIT. Whether you’re a first year student or in your last academic semester, it’s never too late to join a community of students who share your same passion.
Fraternity & Sorority Life
RIT is home to numerous diverse inter/national social fraternities and sororities focused on academics, leadership, service, and improving the overall collegiate experience for all students.
Representative Student Organizations
A Representative Student Organization (RSO) is a student organization which operates in a governance or representative capacity or provides a significant service to the student body at RIT.
Learn more about Representative Student Organizations
- ALANA Student Association (ACA)
- Global Union
- NTID Student Congress (NSC)
- Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)
Service Student Organizations
Service Student Organizations provide significant services to the RIT student community. Students can engage with these organizations by attending their events and activities, utilizing the services they provide, or by seeking a student leadership position.
Programs and Services
Whether you are a current student, former student, faculty or staff member, or a member of the community – the Q Center is committed to bringing you into a campus community that is safe and equitable. The Q Center brings the LGBTQ+ community together through events and gatherings in our dedicated space, and we function as a resource center for the entire RIT community.
Women and Gender
Women and Gender services are available to all students regardless of gender. The Women and Gender team provides educational programming about relevant issues impacting women and gender minorities, both in the RIT community and the global society, and provides direct service to RIT students.
Spirituality and Religious Life
Spirituality and Religious Life at RIT cultivates engaged and vibrant religious, secular, and spirituality communities on campus that explore deep questions of purpose, meaning, and value. Through our diverse communities of Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Judaism, Muslim, Paganism, and Secularism, RIT celebrates all forms of spiritual belonging.
Learn about the resources, interfaith programs, and the different communities and traditions we have on and off campus
Off-Campus and Commuter Services
The off-campus and commuter community is large and vibrant. Through Off-Campus and Commuter Services, you will have the opportunity to meet other commuter students and engage in events that help you get connected to important resources available to you at RIT. There’s even a dedicated space on campus just for you! Learn more about what’s available for off-campus and commuter students.
Tech Crew is a professional production service organization that provides our campus with sound reinforcement, lighting design, power distribution, staging and rigging for major campus events. Tech Crew hires over 60 student employees that are part of making the magic happen behind the scenes.
The Center for Campus Life hosts local and RIT affiliated vendors throughout the academic year in addition to annual Vending Sales each semester. Vending at RIT is a great opportunity to sell products and services to potentially thousands of students, faculty and staff members. Vendors are permitted to sell either inside the lobby or outside of the Student Alumni Union.
The Center for Campus Life is here to assist and support student club and organization leaders in hosting safe and successful student events. Events and programming support and enhance RIT’s mission and goals by expanding student engagement, increasing RIT spirit, and fostering a sense of campus community. Connect with the Event Services team to learn more about the event planning process, policies/procedures and more.
Student Leadership and Employment Opportunities
Campus Life is a dynamic place to work and engage for student leaders and student employees. We support and provide a diverse and inclusive environment to work in that fosters engagement and connection to the RIT community.
For more information visit Career Connect