Tiger Walk 2015

Tiger Walk welcomes record number of freshman. more

RIT/NTID's Second DeafTEC Grant

National Science Foundation grants $4 million to support DeafTEC efforts. more

Brenneman Outstanding Alumnus

RIT/NTID alumnus Andrew Brenneman will receive RIT's highest honor during Brick City Homecoming. more

Fall Open House

Our fall Open Houses are excellent opportunities to get to know more about RIT. Register today! more

The Right Fit

Watch Natalie's video and find out why RIT/NTID is the right fit for her, and why it could be for you, too. more

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A Superior Education.

Deaf and hard-of-hearing students at RIT/NTID receive a world-class private university education at a public college price, unparalleled educational support services, dynamic academic programs that reflect the needs of the marketplace, and unmatched support in starting a career.

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In the Spotlight

First-year students arrive on Aug. 4 to attend NSP, an optional one-week pre-orientation program offered to newly accepted deaf and hard-of-hearing students who have little or no prior skills in American Sign Language. More

The Right Fit

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