RIT receives I-Corps grant

One of eight colleges nationwide to receive funding, RIT/NTID and the Simone Center will partner on the NSF grant. more

Digital Arts Competition

RIT/NTID's Digital Arts Competition for deaf and hard-of-hearing high schoolers awards prizes and exhibits works. more

Students share writing spiRIT

RIT/NTID's SpiRIT Writing Contest for high schoolers awards a cash prize or chance to attend EYF summer camp. more

RIT FreezeFest celebrates winter

RIT students, faculty and staff will chase away the winter blues by participating in RIT's annual FreezeFest. more

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RIT/NTID is still accepting applications for fall 2017. more

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NTID 50th Reunion logoSave the Date

The NTID 50th Anniversary Reunion will be held on June 28 – July 1, 2018! More

The Right Fit

The Right FitFind out what real students have to say about their experiences at RIT/NTID.