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Deaf and hard-of-hearing students applying to any graduate program within the Colleges of Applied Science and Technology, Business, Computing and Information Sciences, Engineering, Health Sciences and Technology, Imaging Arts and Sciences, Liberal Arts or Science, should complete the online graduate application. Deaf and hard-of-hearing graduate applicants must submit an audiogram with their application to qualify for access services. Students who are U.S. citizens and who are deaf or hard of hearing are eligible for the graduate NTID tuition discount.
Deaf and hard-of-hearing students and hearing students interested in the Master of Science program in Secondary Education of Students who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing (MSSE) within the college of NTID, need to submit these application requirements. All applicants to the MSSE program who are U.S. citizens are eligible for the graduate NTID tuition discount.
Deaf and hard-of-hearing students and hearing students interested in the master's degree program in health care interpretation (MSHCI) within the college of NTID, need to submit these application requirements.
Questions related to MSSE or MSHCI, including scholarship opportunities, should be directed to the NTID Office of Admissions.
For questions related to any other RIT graduate programs, contact the RIT Office of Graduate Enrollment.