Success Stories

Taking a leadership role in the NTID Student Congress helped Arthur become "a more energetic and compassionate person," and gave him the confidence he needed to succeed as an application programmer at Fidelity National Financial. more
Paul utilizes the technical skills he learned as a Mechanical Engineering Technology major at RIT/NTID to build joint and extremity implants for amputees and other patients. more
This 2004 alumna of the Applied Computer Technology program now applies her computer and database skills at a leading biopharmaceutical company. more
An RIT bachelor's degree in Management Information Systems prepared Chameoreun for his current job: working as a systems analyst in the White House. more
After earning her bachelor's degree at RIT/NTID, Sara Beth went on to earn two master's degrees at Columbia University, and was recently selected as a Fellow for the CDC's Public Health Prevention Program. more
In 1989, John became one of the first-ever RIT students to major in Information Technology. Since graduation, he has worked in a variety of IT roles, and says that RIT prepared him to "wear many different hats in the high-tech field." more
Feldman graduated in 1977 with a mechanical engineering major and a newfound confidence in his own ability to succeed. more
This 1999 graduate of the MSSE program now teaches American Sign Language as a foreign language in the Rochester City School District. more
Randleman, who graduated with a degree in interpreting in 1985, has been working as an interpreter at RIT/NTID for more than two decades. more
What didn't Kumar do at RIT? This recent Hospitality and Service Management grad founded one club, participated in three other clubs and a fraternity, played in the Deaf Basketball Association, and was awarded three different scholarships. more
While at RIT/NTID, Webb learned to "think outside the box—way outside" from the free-thinking teachers in his graphic design program more
"Students today need to remember that their college years are special, and their friends and experiences are just as important as a high GPA more